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BIG Jambox

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There's a lot of techy-type websites out there. We're not one of them.

So when we say that BIG Jambox is absolutely incredible we say it with our ears as the only judges. We rigged this thing up (and by 'rigged up' we mean placed it on the windowsill - it has no wires) and let the sound do the singing.

It is brilliant.

BIG Jambox wirelessly connects to any Bluetooth enabled device – smartphones, tablets and computers – to stream high-quality music (plus movies, games and phone calls, but we have no idea why you'd do that) in any environment.

Essentially if you're after stunning sound quality that fills huge rooms in a box that looks like something out of LEGO, you've got it.

Gutted they asked for it back, but if you want to buy us one (or yourself, selfish) they are available in the UK now for £259 at Apple, Dixons, Selfridges and Jawbone.com. We can't recommend it highly enough.

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Jambox by Jawbone

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HEADPHONES DOUBLE AS SPEAKERS

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Wooden Speakers. Fact.

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