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Divoom Bluetune Bean goes with you

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Looking to take that Bluetooth speaker with you and show it off to all your friends?

Well, you can enjoy your favorite tunes and even make calls using the speakerphone capabilities all while the Divoom Bluetune Bean is securely hooked on to your belt, backpack or messenger bag.

The Divoom Bluetune Bean is made to take along wherever you go. It just so happens to come with a metal hook that makes it easy to attach or hook to any of your gear, a belt, or an article of clothing.

The Bluetune Bean hooked to your backpack or luggage is sure to get some second looks.

With Bluetooth, the wireless range is about 30 feet. That's more than enough for a speaker like this.

My test showed the batter played almost 8 hours of music and the sound was pretty clear and consistent for a small speaker. As with most Bluetooth speakers this size, the higher the volume, the more the sound became distorted. But if you keep your music at reasonable levels, it will sound good and you won't get your neighbors upset.

It's really a great speaker. It looks good, sounds good and the battery charges fast and lasts a long time.

For under $30, it's hard to do better than the Bluetune Bean, available at Divoomusa.com.

Give it a try, or give it as a Christmas gift. You will put a smile on someone's face.

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