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Scosche boomBOTTLE Bluetooth Bicycle Speaker Loves to Go for a Ride

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There huge number of people all around the world who enjoy bike riding as a way to get from home to the office and just for fun. There are also a large number of people that like to bike ride and listen to music at the same time. The problem with wearing headphones is that it makes it difficult to hear what’s going on around you, and that can be dangerous.

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Scosche has announced a new portable wireless Bluetooth speaker that’s designed specifically for bike riders called the boomBOTTLE. The Bluetooth speaker is designed to fit into the water bottle holder on just about any bicycle on the market. It’s also designed to be small and portable so you can take it with you to the pool and anywhere else you might go. The speaker is splashproof and weatherproof so it’ll hold up to whatever you might throw at it while riding.

Its wireless Bluetooth range is 33 feet and the speaker charges via USB. The speaker promises 10 hours of continuous playback and has 40 mm drivers along with a large passive subwoofer.

The boomBOTTLE speaker is available now in gray for $149.95(USD). Several other colors will be available in May.



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