The ELF - Ultra Portable Mini Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Speaker for All Devices with Bluetooth Capability + Siri Compatible - 8 hours Playtime (rechargeable battery) / with Built-in Mic for use as a Powerful Handsfree Speakerphone (Black)
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- Play music wirelessly from your smartphone, iPod, laptop, or any other Bluetooth capable device. Bluetooth v3.0 Technology connect wirelessly up to 10 meter away.
- Amazingly strong and clear sound with Bass Enhance Technology. Two powerful 40mm Drivers deliver crisp clean sound with deep bass.
- Long lasting built-in Li-Ion rechargeable battery gives you 8 - 10 hours of playtime.
- 3.5mm AUX-in port - Don't have Bluetooth? Connect the speaker to any standard headphone/speaker jack.
- Doubles as a phone speaker: Features a built-in microphone for hands-free calls in the car, home, office, etc.
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The ELF - Mini Ultra Portable Wireless Bluetooth Stereo SpeakerThe ELF Portable Bluetooth Speaker features powerful and crystal clear stereo sound. Lightweight and portable, enjoy your favorite music wirelessly at home, office, car, etc. The ELF is equipped with two 40mm, 6-watt (combined) drivers for amazingly clear sound.
Adjust the volume and switch tracks directly from the Bluetooth speakers, or from your Bluetooth device. Speaker will sound an audible warning when battery is low. Also view the battery power level on your iPhone. The ELF connects approximately 10 meters distance, and will automatically connect to the last connected Bluetooth device.
Enjoy your music all day with one single charge. The built-in Li-Ion rechargeable battery lasts for up to 8-10 hours per charge (varies according to volume).
The ELF measures approximately 15.2mm x 5mm x 4mm.
Features- New Bluetooth 3.0 Technology
- Speaker is Siri compatible
- Built-in battery supports up to 8-10 hours playback with one charge
- Two 40MM drivers deliver amazingly clear and rich sound
- Features Built-in Microphone for phone calls
- 3.5mm AUX-in jack for devices without Bluetooth
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It filled a large kitchen/living/dining room open plan area on holiday recently, which is what this speaker is ideal for. The battery keeps going for a long time - I haven't checked exactly how long, but the 8 hours quoted seems reasonable. It is perfect for taking away on holiday as it is small but delivers a big sound.
I would highly recommend it
Set up is easy. Connect it via your device's Bluetooth setting to select the right BT device. I have a few… Then a female voice announced "Connected" and you can adjust volume from your device or by pressing on the + or – buttons on top of the speaker.
Build is rubbery to the feel but not sticky nor feels cheap. The speaker grills are hard, ie not sponge. I have found this useful as it has slipped out my hand more than once & it is all fine. Phew!
Only negatives I can really think of is the alert tones, when using Siri/pairing etc are a bit loud, and the blue light that continually flashes when paired....but this can be sorted with the low tech solution of a bit of black insulation tape.
As an aside, after comparing both, this appears to be exactly the same as the Bolse BT speaker which sells for £7 more. The only difference is the branding, which some may seem as a plus, the speaker grill design and packaging. Everything else is identical down to the sounds/speech alerts.
This is one such speaker, I got mine, delivered, for less than 11 quid. To be fair, that will get you 7 pints of £1.49 IPA in The Justice Mil in Aberdeen, although I've never been to a Wetherspoons (or any pub), where everyone buys the special promo, but I am heavily digressing here so I'll summarise and just say that this is bargain-basement cheap.
Unboxing is a similar experience to opening a new iPhone, using the same slide off smooth paper finish that everyone seems to have adopted, you get your usual micro-usb cable and paper instructions, plus a 3.5mm cable.
It's fairly weighty for it's size, presumably it has a sizeable Li-ion battery in it. It is, doesn't creak and feels fairly well made, it's essentially a Jawbone Jambox clone.
Turning it on, you'll get the usual beep and a sampled status voice, there is an issue when pairing with multiple devices, where it will connect to both simultaneously when both are in range whether you want it to or not, and even if you remove the speaker from your pairing list, the speaker will not forget and complain audibly that paring wan't successful. A factory reset would almost certainly resolve this, however there appears to be no way of doing that, which is a bit annoying, but not a huge deal.
You also get a full complement of controls on the top, something often missing on far more expensive speakers, not a main concern for me as I tend to use the playback device to control, but once to have.Read more ›
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