Grayt Little Speaker Eco-Friendly iPod Speaker RRP £14.99 only £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% Voucher Codes @ Play - HotUKDeals
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These Eco-friendly "piggybacking" speakers draw their energy from your iPod, and remove the need for batteries. Share your music, movies, and podcasts with your friends anywhere you go!
Piggyback energy from your iPod- No batteries to buy or dispose of.
Portable iPod speakers
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Wow, Pretty cheap, I bought one a while back for my ipod touch 1g, they were very loud and were nice quality.. i paid about £7.99 for them..
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They aren't really eco-friendly. I had to charge my ipod 3 times as often when i had mine. Sound is poor (VERY Tinny, and vibrates at high volumes and crackles/distorts) The speaker is very flimsy and will break if dropped, and it makes my ipod batter drain FAST.
I never had a problem with this, my Ipod lasted nearly as long as without. The speaker is definately louder than the one you get built into the New Itouch 2nd Generation. Only issue is, it doesn't want to go down in volume past a point. Other wise, no crackling like posted above, no distorting. It's a good spoeaker and bargain for the price.

PS i brought a AA powered speaker, this was severely lounder. I would buy without any worries especially at that price.
Would this work with my new nano?
I know you didnt write the description but how the hell is this eco friendly , is it made from wood and runs on thin air :whistling:

but for 3 notes its hot
Would this work with my new nano?

I would say so.

The dock connector on the new nano is the same as the very first one (I have both).

The only problem the new ipod's have is charging with some accessories. But that is not an issue with a speaker.

Hot price!
I know you didnt write the description but how the hell is this eco friendly , is it made from wood and runs on thin air :whistling:

but for 3 notes its hot

I think they are arguing it is eco-friendly because you have no batteries to throw away. Although, if you have one that takes batteries and use rechargeable ones, then that is as eco-friendly!
Daughter uses one from Poundland every night as she goes to bed - the quality for £1 is pretty good.
I got four...

Great for me and the old lady when on holiday and travelling away, so one each.

Also got one each for the kids!
Are there any better ones that i could maybe plug in and use with my iphone that anyone would recommend?

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