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Refurbed HMDX Jam Compact Bluetooth Wireless Speaker £17.50 (possibly cheaper) @ Tesco / Ebay

£17.50 @ eBay
Just bought one of these from Tesco Outlet on eBay. You can make an offer on them and they accepted £15 so could even be cheaper. It is officially a refurb but mine was delivered today and it look…
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2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
Just bought one of these from Tesco Outlet on eBay. You can make an offer on them and they accepted £15 so could even be cheaper.

It is officially a refurb but mine was delivered today and it looks brand new! Really good quality speaker.
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#1
Only paid 16.99 brand new from amazon for mine a few months back. Good sound but find I'm constantly recharging the damn thing.
#2
Also, just so people know, it came in all the original packaging.
#3
almo
Only paid 16.99 brand new from amazon for mine a few months back. Good sound but find I'm constantly recharging the damn thing.


I will see how I get on. They do seem to go up and down in price. They are £20 at amazon at the minute.
#4
I paid 40 for this a while ago, best quality speaker I've had, if you use the lead you get a much longer battery life.
#5
Same OEM as the iLuv
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Jumpingphil
loiterer
Same OEM as the iLuv

Helpful comment, anyone know what it means?

These are reduced to £18 in one of my local Tescos. There are two new models by JAM out so that is possibly why they are reducing these.
They do sound very good. I bought some of these when Sainsburys sold theirs off for £9.00 a while ago.


OEM = Original Equipment Manufacturer

"a manufacturer of equipment that may be marketed by another manufacturer"

An original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, manufactures products or components that are purchased by another company and retailed under that purchasing company's brand name. OEM refers to the company that originally manufactured the product.
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Jumpingphil
loiterer
Same OEM as the iLuv
Helpful comment, anyone know what it means?
These are reduced to £18 in one of my local Tescos. There are two new models by JAM out so that is possibly why they are reducing these. They do sound very good. I bought some of these when Sainsburys sold theirs off for £9.00 a while ago.

OEM means Original Equipment Manufacture. Such manufacturers make the exact or near exact products for a range of brand names. They all have very similar specs and use the same components. They are simply labeled HMDX JAM,or iLuv or any other brand who wishes to buy the products and have their name slapped on it. Sometimes the outer casing differs but the innards are identical.

You can get the iLUV version here from The HUT for £9.99 (less Quidco) http://www.thehut.com/brands/iluv/iluv.list?&affil=thgppc&keyword=iLuv+MobiOne+SpeakerBROAD&gclid=CJHPsqWEvL8CFYIewwodCXkAlA
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2982896/iLuv.jpg


Edited By: loiterer on Jul 11, 2014 02:10: spelly erer
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Jumpingphil
loiterer
Jumpingphil
loiterer
Same OEM as the iLuv
Helpful comment, anyone know what it means?
These are reduced to £18 in one of my local Tescos. There are two new models by JAM out so that is possibly why they are reducing these. They do sound very good. I bought some of these when Sainsburys sold theirs off for £9.00 a while ago.

OEM mens Owner Equipment Manufacture. Such manufacturers make the exact or near exact products for a range of brand names. They all have very similar specs and use the same components. They are simply labeled HMDX JAM,or iLuv or any other brand who wishes to buy the products and have their name slapped on it. Sometimes the outer casing differs but the innards are identical.

You can get the iLUV version here from The HUT for £9.99 (less Quidco) http://www.thehut.com/brands/iluv/iluv.list?&affil=thgppc&keyword=iLuv+MobiOne+SpeakerBROAD&gclid=CJHPsqWEvL8CFYIewwodCXkAlA
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2982896/iLuv.jpg


Now that is so much better. Why not post that up first time? Would have been a Hell of a lot more useful.

I got what he/she meant. Maybe you should have Googled "OEM" and "manners".
#9
If Jumpingphil ever posts a deal I'm going to vote it cold.

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