iPod i Station Traveller (Silver) £12.98 @ gamestation free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Free Delivery:thumbsup:

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Powered by 4 X AAA batteries (supplied), connect the i-Station Traveller to your portable audio device via the 3.5mm stereo line-in cable to produce clear quality room filling sound. Small enough to fit into your pocket, the i-Station Traveller is complete with a protective travel case, a mains power connection and a 3.5mm to 2.5mm Stereo converter. The i-Station Traveller is an essential travel item for your portable audio device.

- Active Speaker System for iPod, PSP & MP3 players
- Powered by 4 x AAA Batteries (Supplied)
- Innovative compact folding design & holding system
- Supplied with 3.5mm to 2.5mm Stereo converter for Mobile Phones
- 4 Watts Total Output
- 32mm neodymium drivers
- Complete with protective travel case

Amazon review:

I got these speakers about 3 months ago... since then they have eaten more then their cost in batteries.
I used them recently at my party which was 4 hours long, in that time I had to change the batteries twice!
sound quality is quite good considering the size but my Ipod fell out the space a lot as the speakers move side to side easily.
so i'm giving it 2 stars based on how portable it is and its sound quality, otherwise it would have 1/2 a star.

Maybe better to use with a power adapter

Another review:

What ipods are these compatible with? Just 2G Nanos?
What ipods are these compatible with? Just 2G Nanos?

This will connect too ANY Mp3 device: the i-Station Traveller connects to your iPod or other portable audio device via the 3.5mm stereo line-in cable
thanks, does it take AA batts?
thanks, does it take AA batts?

Powered by 4 x AAA Batteries
I’ve just tried free-IQTest it’s a scam, they want to bombard you with junk mail:x

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