Thursday, 10 October 2013
NudeAudio Move M Portable Bluetooth Speaker
I was a very lucky girl while covering London Fashion Week, not only was I shown some of the best fashion pieces for the coming S/S14 season, but I was gifted a speaker from the kind people over at NudeAudio.
A San Francisco based company, NudeAudio produce a range of portable bluetooth speakers. They come in two colours with small, medium and large sizes, ideal for carrying anywhere. I've already got plans for carting this around in my bag with me on day trips, picnics and family gatherings! It's so unobtrusive that it's easy to forget it's there until you turn it on and rack up the sound. This little square really pumps out some deep bass, and can get louder than any other portable speaker I've ever owned. Youtube videos on the Macbook while this handles the sound? Handsfree speaker while I'm driving? Kicking out my sisters voice over Skype from Berlin? Perfect.
The design has been carefully considered here, minimal design but big sound. This means the customers get the saving as NudeAudio don't waste money on massive advertising budgets, they let the product do all the talking. And, with that sound like theirs, who can blame them? It's the kind of speaker that can take a knock or two, with it's protective silicone sleeve and the nylon carry cord means you can hang it or attach it to pretty much anything. It really is a very social speaker. Not only are they gorgeous to look at, but they are the easiest gadget I've ever set up in my life. Set your smartphone, tablet or laptop bluetooth on, connect to the speaker and you're good to go! Pairing only needs doing once, remembering up to 8 devices and all it takes to reconnect is a button press.
In the pack is the speaker itself, a beauty in grey and orange that makes me weep for every other speaker on the market, they just don't stand a chance. You're also equipped with a charging cable for those whopping full 8 hours of charge you get with each use (plus the 50% power it holds for 3 months when not in use), a couple of cute stickers to promote your love of this pint sized beast of an audio gadget and a quick set up guide.