So what you are really selling is a ‘make your hair naturally curly’ kit? E.g. when everything shorts out because we are using it in the shower (presuming it is a meh shower speaker so this could well be a risk) we then get naturally curly hair?
I like the idea of a shower speaker, but I can’t imagine I’d ever work one into a usable routine. Sure, once or twice for the novelty.
On a daily basis turning it on, making sure it was paired with my phone, getting music or a podcast going, taking a shower, and then adding drying it off, charging it, and returning it back to the shower in addition to the rest of my current post-shower routine isn’t likely to happen with any consistency.
@ciabelle I actually regularly use a non-waterproof bluetooth speaker for my showers (it isn’t holding up very well). Usually only needs charged once every 10 days or so and it is nice to have my podcast on during showers. My phone remembers the pairing, so I just turn on the speaker and resume listening. After my shower is over and I’m dried off, I turn off the speaker.
@ciabelle@SnakeJG You did not over share. I bought a Bluetooth shower speaker years ago. But I never opened it. I finally opened it not too long ago. It is not hard to set it up when you have already pair it to the phone. I like being able to music in the shower. I like podcasts, but I don’t listen to them enough. Basically I have a Bluetooth speaker for every situation.
Do you guys dig around the back of your desk drawer for your bundle ideas? “Hmmm, what is this? A powerbank, a random lightning cable annnnnnnnd 39 different types of bluetooth speakers. I’ll choose the ugliest shower one.”
Definitely too pricey for generic. If it was cheaper and I knew the size of the speaker I might have slight interest. I hang a small Bluetooth speaker from my camelbak when skiing to listen to music without having to wear earbuds. This bundle should be at least $10 less.
@jt516889 Putting earbuds in means I can’t hear well around me. What isn’t common courtesy is when people can’t hear you and do stupid things. I also like the sound of my skis on the snow. I don’t blast the speaker, you can’t hear it more than a few feet away. It’s just loud enough for me to enjoy some background music. Usually the lift isn’t an issue as I’m almost always with my own friends who actually want to listen to something. When there are strangers I always turn it off. More often than not, they tell me they’d prefer to listen to it and ask me to turn it back on.
In other words, I’m quite courteous and not an asshole about it.
The more I look at this the more I wonder if some buyer really got suckered or if it’s just been way, way, way overpriced. You can buy a similar power bank (with a digital display) for around $12. I’ve bought mfi lightning cables for $1 and you can buy a bluetooth shower speaker for $5. Or is this just some sort of test to see how clueless people can be? (So far, not very clueless since only 36 have sold almost 8 hours in.)
No Meh for a while, My two bottles of before you Pooh spray came empty, contents all over the place, mailman delivered in a large plastic mail box, what a mess, and my hand exercisers got lost by Fedex, so Meh!!