Divoom Unveils Airbeat-10 Suction Cup, Water-Resistant Bluetooth Speaker

Divoom is taking the wrapping off of their new Airbeat-10 water-resistant Bluetooth speaker. The Airbeat-10 is small, portable, and designed to hold up against whatever you can throw at it. The Airbeat-10 is "splash-proof" and is IP-44 weather resistant certified. It has a built-in microphone that lets you make and receive phone calls on it. There's a line-in jack that will let you use it as a speaker with your phone or tablet. The Bluetooth connection isn't your only means of attaching to the speaker.

Divoom wants you to use this speaker in the shower, attached to your bicycle, and anywhere else that you want to take a small speaker. The Airbeat-10 has a suction cup on the back that lets you stick it to almost any surface. There's also a bike mount that lets you attach the speaker to your bicycle. Just queue up your music playlist and take your tunes with you while you ride. You can take the speaker to the beach, to the pool, use it in the shower; wherever you like.

"Our noted reputation for constant innovation is very important to us," said Terry, VP of Marketing at Divoom. "We're continually exploring ways to infuse the market with exciting product offerings, and we feel we've done that with Airbeat-10's release. Portability is everything these days, and with its own custom-built suction cup and bike mount, the Airbeat-10 is, in our opinion, the most versatile product on the portable speaker front." The Divoom Airbeat-10 has a battery that should get you six hours of music playback or phone call use. The speaker comes in four colors: Passion Red, Pearl White, Sky Blue, and Smart Black. You can find it on Amazon for about $30. Hit the source link below to get some more information about this fun new speaker from Divoom.


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