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The Fully Submersible Speaker

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One good rule of thumb when looking to avoid death: don’t mix electric compliances with vast amounts of water.
 
Because we’ve all seen enough movies featuring wireless radios and bathtubs to have figured that one out by now, right? And yet here we are bringing you news of the G-drop, a fully submersible 2.5” speaker, meaning it’s as effective (and safe) at a pool party as it is a house party.
 
Just try and take the device down to 3ft underwater and its bass radiator and MAXX audio will keep on working no matter - although you’d have to be part-amphibious to actually hear it underwater – while you’ll have the added benefit of being able to control the device wirelessly via iPhone, iPad or Android, like the 21st century playboy you are.
 
The device also benefits from a built-in rechargeable battery, lasting up to six hours of play time. Furthermore, the clippable speaker is able to withstand harsh temperatures from -14F to 122F thanks to an elastomer coating which keeps dust, snow, dirt and all moisture out of its sound crevices superbly.
 
Should Busted’s prophecy of the year 3000 ever come to pass, we’ll be thankful for tech such as this.
 

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