iWalk has a great wireless Bluetooth speaker with its Sound Angle. One of the most appealing parts of it is its unique design. This is why iWalk decided to call it the 'Sound Angle' because of its angled look - or triangular sides.
My testing with it in the outdoors really did surprise me - sure, you won't listen to intimate podcasts on it, but if you're blasting out some music, it has no problems doing so.
The battery life is actually quite good, with an average playing time of around 7-8 hours off of a full battery being great in my books. These days, portable rechargeable batteries are cheap, and I always keep one on me at all times now.
If you're after a new wireless Bluetooth-capable speaker, the iWalk Sound Angle should be high up on your list, if it isn't already. The amount of colors to choose from only adds to its alluring look.
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- Page 1 [Introduction and Specifications, Pricing and Availability]
- Page 2 [A Few Nights Out with the iWalk Sound Angle]
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