Bringing your music to the pool or beach has now become easier than ever with Bluetooth technology, and Monster’s SuperStar BackFloat speaker has taken it to the water.
This floating wireless speaker makes an excellent travel accessory since it is compact and doesn’t take much room in your suitcase, and it can be used in the pool, at the beach, while river rafting and even inner-tubing.
Convenient Lightweight Size
Monster’s SuperStar BackFloat costs around $150 but can be found for less if you’re a savvy shopper.
This lightweight speaker only weighs about a half a pound, is a little bigger than pocket-size, but delivers rich, audiophile sound. It is available in black with neon blue or green highlights making it easy to read volume and other controls even in the bright sunlight.
This speaker is water resistant and designed to float. It is also shock resistant and connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth. Just pair with your Bluetooth-enabled devices and the speaker delivers loud clear sound with stereo speakers pointing up as it floats on its back.
Along with listening to music, it works with other audio on your tablet or phone, too. For instance you can listen to podcasts and audiobooks, or use it as a speaker phone to chat hands-free while drifting in your inflatable pool lounger.
Monster’s Backfloat Bluetooth speaker offers amazing sound for its size. This floating speaker is equipped with two full range drivers up front and two bass radiators (front and rear facing), and the wireless technology lets you stream your favorite tunes without wires or cables.
With the built-in mic and advanced noise cancellation it also makes it possible to hear over the sound of the waves or pool hijinks as you take and make calls.
You no longer have to be without your favorite tunes just because you’re going to the pool or beach. This lightweight floatable speaker may be small but it delivers big sound and is worth the space it takes in your luggage.
When you’re not on vacation, it makes a great Bluetooth speaker around the house, too, and can even be brought into the shower.
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