Blaupunkt cone wireless speaker clearance @ Sainsbury's for £20
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Blaupunkt cone wireless speaker clearance @ Sainsbury's for £20

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LocalFound 1st May 2016
These are on clearance at Sainsbury's in Crayford. Original price of £35 now down to £20. I know there are better speakers out there with better sound quality, but for £20, it's worth a try.

Accessories included Adaptor Mains

Body material Plastic/metal grille

Colour: Black

Country of origin: China

Product number BS723

Speaker output 2 x 8W

The Blaupunkt Cone Wireless Speaker makes it easy to share your music. Use your phone, laptop or tablet - anything that's got Bluetooth connectivity - to pair with the speaker, and your music will be audible to all.

For those devices that don't have Bluetooth, there's a line-in option, plus a USB port, so whatever device your music is stored on, there's a good chance it's compatible.
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These are up and down more often than.... (I'm not going to complete that Sentence )

I'd be gutted if I'd payed full price, which is what - £50?
Boringgit

These are up and down more often than.... (I'm not going to complete that … These are up and down more often than.... (I'm not going to complete that Sentence )I'd be gutted if I'd payed full price, which is what - £50?


http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/blaupunkt-cone-wireless-speaker
£45 on there website
Great description with great deals too.
That whole range is usually reduced. I almost bought one last time but I couldn't make up my mind which one to get after reading the specs and comparing.
I hate seeing the once proud Blaupunkt name used for badge engineering on generic cheap Chinese electronics.

If they believe in their products, why don't they just put a Sainsbury's logo on it, a brand people associate with decent quality? That would be more honest than using the badge of a company that went bust.
Edited by: "OB1" 2nd May 2016
OB1

I hate seeing the once proud Blaupunkt name used for badge engineering on … I hate seeing the once proud Blaupunkt name used for badge engineering on generic cheap Chinese electronics. :(If they believe in their products, why don't they just put a Sainsbury's logo on it, a brand people associate with decent quality? That would be more honest than using the badge of a company that went bust.



There's nothing particularly dishonest about it. Richer Sounds do the same with many brand names.
OB1

I hate seeing the once proud Blaupunkt name used for badge engineering on … I hate seeing the once proud Blaupunkt name used for badge engineering on generic cheap Chinese electronics. :(If they believe in their products, why don't they just put a Sainsbury's logo on it, a brand people associate with decent quality? That would be more honest than using the badge of a company that went bust.


OB1 it's not Sainsbury that own the Blaupunkt name nor have they manufactured this product. They're just selling it. Anyway wouldn't sticking the 'trusted' Sainsbury logo on it just be another form of deception?
I got one of these last year, took it back, they have very poor quality sound and range. no point buying cheap rubbish which blaupunkt now is.
Thanks raf35y1. I was considering buying one of the dab radios but I'll leave it now.
becca161100

Thanks raf35y1. I was considering buying one of the dab radios but I'll … Thanks raf35y1. I was considering buying one of the dab radios but I'll leave it now.



​i have been tempted a couple of time with unbelievable cheap blaupunkt prices, one for a dab radio the other for this Bluetooth, both were rubbish and went back, thank goodness for Saintsbury's returns policy. I ended up with a aldi floral design dab (looks like a Roberts) which was half price £17.50 it has been great.
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