Bush Wireless Bluetooth stereo speaker in red, black or white were £24.99 now £12.49 each - half price @ Argos
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Bush Wireless Bluetooth stereo speaker in red, black or white were £24.99 now £12.49 each - half price @ Argos

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Found 2nd Dec 2016
3 different colours of Bush wireless bluetooth speakers reduced from £24.99 to £12.49 each. Red, white and black - They have good reviews and seem to be in stock at various postcodes I have checked. Great for teenagers, stocking fillers etc.

Compatible with iPod, iPad & iPhones

3.5mm Aux in

6 watts

2 amplifier channels

55hz - 13000hz frequency

Bass reflex

USB rechargeable

Battery life is 4 hours

RED CLICK HERE
[img]argos.scene7.com/is/…02A?fmt=pjpg&wid=1240&hei=1116[/img]

WHITE CLICK HERE
[img]argos.scene7.com/is/…02A?fmt=pjpg&wid=1240&hei=1116[/img]

BLACK CLICK HERE
[img]argos.scene7.com/is/…01A?fmt=pjpg&wid=920&hei=574[/img]

18 Comments

No remote.

sam_of_london

No remote.



quite a stupid statement.
even by your standards Sam.

great

love a big bush

tom_gov

love a big bush


It's still not old, is it lads oO
Edited by: "circuit" 2nd Dec 2016

Great find

Tempting, but 4 hours battery aint much. Better to spend more and get one with a bigger battery?

I have one in black. Had it for about a year and it's incredible. Hot hot hot!!:)

DavidL

Tempting, but 4 hours battery aint much. Better to spend more and get … Tempting, but 4 hours battery aint much. Better to spend more and get one with a bigger battery?



For this price it's a steal.

sam_of_london

No remote.



​You've had loads of practice trolling, and you're still no good at it.

DavidL

Tempting, but 4 hours battery aint much. Better to spend more and get … Tempting, but 4 hours battery aint much. Better to spend more and get one with a bigger battery?



It's actually a 8 hour battery according to Argos

im tempted to go for the Anker speaker @ £28 with 24hr battery & 18-month warranty

thanks bought one for secret santa gehe

At £25 these things were massively over-priced; at £12.50, they're still rubbish: judging by the reviews on the Argos product page, I'm one of the many who found this so-called speaker to be low on volume, well-nigh devoid of bass, heavily compressed in its audio output and with little discernible stereo separation. Bluetooth connectivity was more miss than hit, regardless of whether paired to an Apple or Android device (contrary to the sales blurb, this speaker is not exclusively for iphones and ipads.) The 'Bush' name, of course, means nothing at all, owned as it is by an outfit which buys up dead brands and then has Chinese factories churning out product at the equivalent cost of 10p a unit for retail at several thousand per cent more. I took my "half price" Bush back to Argos and for a mere £2.50p more bought a Jam Classic. It doesn't claim to be 'stereo' yet its volume, bass, output clarity and presence put the Bush to shame. As ever, bargains are not always what they seem -- and especially not when they're heard.

we can't have a Bush but it's still hot .

ziezou

How does it compare to this:http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/322306278910


Good question.... I hope some one can help

Bought - and returned.

Buttons didn't work and when I could get it to make some sound it was too weak to bother with.
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