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KitSound Diggit Outdoor Freestanding Bluetooth Garden Speaker [IP55] £20 at Amazon
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KitSound Diggit Outdoor Freestanding Bluetooth Garden Speaker [IP55] £20 at Amazon

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Posted 19th AugEdited by:"HomeworkRadio"

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Decent price for a decent bluetooth speaker, even if not used in the garden! Awesome bathroom speaker maybe?

  • Removable Stake: In case of vampire attack, additionally sticks into sand or grass to keep the speaker elevated, allowing for the 360 Degree audio to flow
  • 8 Hours Play Time: Keeps the music playing into the night and the LED light ring transforms it into an attractive garden feature
  • Weatherproof: To cope with the unpredictable British weather the diggit comes with an IP55 water and dust resistance rating
  • Big Sound: The diggit looks small but packs a punch with two dual-opposing 5 W drivers to deliver an immersive listening experience
  • UK Seller: KitSound are a UK seller with an experienced and friendly UK-based customer service team; product warranty is one full year
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Cool gonna play Bengal Tiger sounds through mine, scare all the neighbours cats that use my garden as a toilet!
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Ideal for killing vampires whilst listening to some tunes.
Ordered 2, worth a shot in the hope our bbq can go ahead on bank holiday Monday 🤞🏼
Cool gonna play Bengal Tiger sounds through mine, scare all the neighbours cats that use my garden as a toilet!
Just the thing to annoy the neighbours.
Nice, incoming, neighbours...
gazdoubleu19/08/2019 13:17

Cool gonna play Bengal Tiger sounds through mine, scare all the neighbours …Cool gonna play Bengal Tiger sounds through mine, scare all the neighbours cats that use my garden as a toilet!


I don't struggle with the neighbours cats anymore. My dog ate them all.
MrFizzy19/08/2019 12:53

Ideal for killing vampires whilst listening to some tunes.


That's the whole point
8ANNED19/08/2019 13:56

I don't struggle with the neighbours cats anymore. My dog ate them all.


Do you hire your dog out for jobs?
Rich_T19/08/2019 14:08

Do you hire your dog out for jobs?


I'll search for a lawn dart's deal How's your aim?38293943-nV5zn.jpg
I'd like to point out that the stake isn't wooden so all you would be vampire killers are going to be walking the darkness forever once the Count and his flock sink their teeth in.
Could this be connected to an echo dot? A Google search is giving conflicting answers. Some say the speaker must be 'Alexa enabled', others say the echo dot can be connected to any bluetooth speaker.
Edited by: "Master.G" 19th Aug
I don't know why i want it, but I do. Would be even cooler if it had a little solar panel to trickle charge it.

It's vampire murdering features also interest me
TeamMCS19/08/2019 15:39

I don't know why i want it, but I do. Would be even cooler if it had a …I don't know why i want it, but I do. Would be even cooler if it had a little solar panel to trickle charge it.It's vampire murdering features also interest me


I purchased one, I've been caught out before and I was painfully unequipped...
Edited by: "HomeworkRadio" 19th Aug
Tesco usually do these for £7 and they sound great.
Master.G19/08/2019 14:53

Could this be connected to an echo dot? A Google search is giving …Could this be connected to an echo dot? A Google search is giving conflicting answers. Some say the speaker must be 'Alexa enabled', others say the echo dot can be connected to any bluetooth speaker.


It can be connected to any Bluetooth speaker using Echo input
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