Aptoyu bluetooth speaker £14.99 with Prime or over £20 spend, £18.98 without on Amazon, sold by Aptoyu UK fulfilled by Amazon
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Aptoyu bluetooth speaker £14.99 with Prime or over £20 spend, £18.98 without on Amazon, sold by Aptoyu UK fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 6th Jul
Found another £5 off on here, I bought one of these a while back to use in my gym and travel with since it's got a built-in battery (power bank) you can also charge your phone from. Pretty good for £15.

Code is on the page, it's: HT89BS5R

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I got one about a month ago. Overall fairly happy with it, however I was using it last week and instead of turning the volume up (Long press of arrow right button), I accidently pressed the Bluetooth pair button as they are all quite close. This started the usual process of the Chinese voice "De Brootooth dewice is pairing", but then crashed with a high pitch "car horn" noise.

My only solution was to lock it in a cupboard and let the battery discharge as despite trying I could not find a reset pip anywhere.

.... However I did the other day find a comment on Amazon and there is a hidden reset button. It's unusally located through the Aux headphone socket and can be pressed with a thin toothpick etc. So my advice to anyone is if you are camping with this and don't want to smash it up in order to stop it beeping all night etc, ensure you carry a small pointed object in the bag with it.

In fairness it's only happened once, but thought I would post, as otherwise I would probably highly recommend it.

Great spot, thank you OP. Bought as an extra pressie for teenage son's birthday next week.

neilcaldwell

I got one about a month ago. Overall fairly happy with it, however I was … I got one about a month ago. Overall fairly happy with it, however I was using it last week and instead of turning the volume up (Long press of arrow right button), I accidently pressed the Bluetooth pair button as they are all quite close. This started the usual process of the Chinese voice "De Brootooth dewice is pairing", but then crashed with a high pitch "car horn" noise.My only solution was to lock it in a cupboard and let the battery discharge as despite trying I could not find a reset pip anywhere..... However I did the other day find a comment on Amazon and there is a hidden reset button. It's unusally located through the Aux headphone socket and can be pressed with a thin toothpick etc. So my advice to anyone is if you are camping with this and don't want to smash it up in order to stop it beeping all night etc, ensure you carry a small pointed object in the bag with it.In fairness it's only happened once, but thought I would post, as otherwise I would probably highly recommend it.


I experienced exactly the same problem but luckily located the same advice within a few minutes.

Ended up returning mine as the Bass was not particularly good.

Agree with your Bass comment. I did notice it a tad better when I went into the sound settings of my phone and "Pumped up" the bass settings etc. I think overall you have to weigh up the cost, the good battery life and the fact that it can charge your phone. Sure it's not a Bose speaker but then it's £15 and it does pack a reasonable volume. I would give it a 7 out of 10.
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