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UE BOOM Portable Bluetooth Speaker

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UE BOOM is a brand new Bluetooth speaker with a lot of neat functions. It plays for roughly 15 hours, is very small, and light. It might just be the ideal companion for a day on the beach or as a wireless speaker for small rooms. With a huge range of colors and a good-looking design, it could be a major hit!

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All of the materials are quite heavy duty, and the button mechanisms also seem durable.
Nice review.....

Would you say it is good enough to take to the beach - I mean - can it handle the sand and sun oil and god knows what??
 
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Nice review.....

Would you say it is good enough to take to the beach - I mean - can it handle the sand and sun oil and god knows what??
I would still be a bit careful with it like laying it on a blanket and not on the sand but otherwise I think you would be fine. The fabric is quite closely knitted and it is coated so it can take some abuse.

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Fred