NuBoom Solar Rechargeable Bluetooth Speaker by Nunet

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  • Regular price $29.99

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  • High Efficiency 1.5W polycrystalline silicon panel with rechargeable 800MAH lithium battery allows up to 4 hours of playback.
  • Dual 3W speakers produce robust, stereo sound to enjoy at home, on your hiking, camping or back-yard.
  • Stream your music wirelessly with Bluetooth 3.0 or plugged in via AUX input with included 3.5mm AUX cable or FM radio or MicroSD card (mp3 files).
  • IPX4 Rated - Rugged and Water Resistant for go anywhere audio! Great for any outdoor activity, or just lounging by the pool.

NuBoom Solar Speaker Specifications:

  • Solar Panel recharges the internal battery 
  • Bluetooth: Built-in microphone for hands free talking
  • TF Card Slot for MicroSD
  • FM Radio 87.5 - 108 MHz
  • 3.5mm Headphone line-in
  • Speakers: Dual Stereo speakers. 4Ω 40mm 3W Each 85dB
  • Response 20-20,000Hz 
  • Battery 800mAh (Li-ion)
  • Charge DC 5v Micro USB and Solar Charge

Package Includes:

1 x Nunet NuBoom Solar Speaker 

1 x USB to Mini USB Charging Cable

1 x 3.5mm AUX Cable

1 x NuVending Draw String Carrying Bag

Nunet® is a registered brand from NuVending. All of Nunet products come with standard One Year Warranty and technical support by phone, email or online chat.

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    • Two questions: will the speaker's usb port charge my cell phone or is the port only for charging the speaker, and; is there an indication for battery status (fully charged, half charged, etc) on the speaker. Thanks

      Hi sorry to get back to you late. The MicroUSB port on our Nuboom is only for charging. There is no regular size USB port. If you are looking for a bluetooth speaker with power bank function, plz check this one:
      it comes with 5200mah with LED power indicator to show 100%, 75%, 50% or 25% juice left. You can use "SUPERDAD" coupon code to save 15% before 06/19/2017. 

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