Bush Stereo Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker £9.99 @ Argos
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Bush Stereo Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker £9.99 @ Argos

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Found 21st Jan
Just a simple Bluetooth speaker with a 3.5mm Aux input, powered by USB. Yep you can pay more for something with more grunt, but for a tickle under £10 it seems very fair for giving devices a bit of a boost.

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Make your home music experience even more epic with this Bluetooth speaker from Bush. If you love your sound loud, then this speaker will take your favourite tunes to the next level. Perfect for parties, or just rocking out whilst doing the housework.

No Bluetooth? No worries! You can still connect your device with an AUX connection cable.

  • 2 speakers.
  • Compatible with iPod, iPad.
  • Bluetooth compatible.
  • 3.5mm AUX in.
  • 3 watts.
  • 2 amplifier channels.
  • Frequency 60Hz-20000Hz.
  • 0.4cm mica-reinforced cellular woofer.
General information

  • Model number: bt-n16b.
  • Size H6.3, W17.5, D4.4cm.
  • Speaker diameter 4cm.
  • Power from USB.
  • USB cable included.
  • Batteries required 1 x Li-Ion batteries (included).
  • Battery life: 4 hours.
  • (not included).
  • EAN: 4083731.
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  • 0.4cm mica-reinforced cellular woofer."

Um what?
How are Bush still going? Utter crap in my experience.
cjp681 h, 32 m ago

How are Bush still going? Utter crap in my experience.


It's nothing more than a brand name stuck on whatever cheap Chinese products they can find. They might as well ditch the name and stick 'generic Chinese crap' on their products

However there is value in a well known English brand name even if it's only been associated with cheap junk for the last 30 years... for the uninformed it's arguably a better proposition than a Chingshen, Techblow, Crudcom, Smëglër, FartbÜcket or whatever weird and wonderful brand names are now appearing from China via Amazon/Gearbest etc.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 21st Jan
spannerzone2 h, 1 m ago

It's nothing more than a brand name stuck on whatever cheap Chinese …It's nothing more than a brand name stuck on whatever cheap Chinese products they can find. They might as well ditch the name and stick 'generic Chinese crap' on their products However there is value in a well known English brand name even if it's only been associated with cheap junk for the last 30 years... for the uninformed it's arguably a better proposition than a Chingshen, Techblow, Crudcom, Smëglër, FartbÜcket or whatever weird and wonderful brand names are now appearing from China via Amazon/Gearbest etc.


Absolutely! Give me this over "Onkyo" any day! Who makes up these names??
Get a Sephia A2 from Amazon - much better bang for your buck and same price (was on offer at £7.54 yesterday so keep eye open)
hoocheycoochey1 h, 3 m ago

Get a Sephia A2 from Amazon - much better bang for your buck and same …Get a Sephia A2 from Amazon - much better bang for your buck and same price (was on offer at £7.54 yesterday so keep eye open)


AND (as a bonus) you get AMAZON CS, one of the best IMHO, and certainly better than Argos. That said, Argos (who I believe own the Bush "name"? did come through with a replacement Bush fridge freezer that failed (out of warranty) at no charge. It just goes to show it can ALL depends who you get (within CS) on the day.
ebay.co.uk/itm…3A1

Just bought one of these and thinking of buying another.
cjp6821st Jan

How are Bush still going? Utter crap in my experience.


Bush is an Argos brand they own that n few others
Its a Bush. It is crap.


Bush don't really exist. it is just a defunct brand now used to sell Argos produced own brand products under the pretence of it being a long established company.
spannerzone21st Jan

It's nothing more than a brand name stuck on whatever cheap Chinese …It's nothing more than a brand name stuck on whatever cheap Chinese products they can find. They might as well ditch the name and stick 'generic Chinese crap' on their products However there is value in a well known English brand name even if it's only been associated with cheap junk for the last 30 years... for the uninformed it's arguably a better proposition than a Chingshen, Techblow, Crudcom, Smëglër, FartbÜcket or whatever weird and wonderful brand names are now appearing from China via Amazon/Gearbest etc.


Techblow - sounds like the future to me. Where can I get one?
I'm not dissing the deal, great value for £10 but I would spend the exta £15 and get this amazon.co.uk/Bay…+go I bought 2 over Christmas and the sound quality and battery life are great. It has NFC connection too and opening and closing the stand turns it on/off which is really handy.
Edited by: "tommysquelch" 24th Jan
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The volume control range is broad enough for that one can use it in the office without bugging other people or turning it up for a party in a small room.
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It's a fantastic little speaker.
25 quid now
Get the ROKONO on Amazon. Paid £20 and excellent sound outtage.
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