My son wanted me to buy him a Bluetooth speaker for his birthday. Electronics and I have never been real good friends. I honestly had no idea what he was looking for. I started by doing a simple Google search and reading product reviews. Once I seen the first Bluetooth speaker I knew I would be able to find him one. They are really a lot less complicated than I was imagining. Most of the reviews I seen said the speaker they had bought didn’t have
the best audio quality, but they really weren’t expecting much, so the product works. I didn’t want to just settle for a speaker that was alright; I was on the hunt for something that would work great.
I found a few speakers with remarkable reviews, but the price just wasn’t in my range. I would expect amazing quality for the prices being charged on some of the speakers with great reviews. Then I found the iEssentials airWave Bluetooth Speaker here. Now I didn’t find a lot of reviews on this particular speaker which led me to believe it was newer. The reviews I did see stated that this Bluetooth Speaker had great audio quality and the price was perfect. I figured I would order it and try it out before I gave it to my son. If I didn't feel like it lived up to the reviews I would still have time to look for a different Bluetooth Speaker.
One of my favorite things about this speaker is the ease of use. I tried the speaker out using my smart phone and had no problems with the wireless connection. The sound was amazing. These speakers sound like I have the radio on when really it’s just connected to my phone. I also loved that I was able to control the song selection from my phone from across the room. I took it with me from room to room while I did my normal cleaning and I couldn’t have been happier. And being the good mother that I am I felt it would’ve been rude to give my son a “used” birthday present, so I ordered a second one for him and held on to the first one myself. Bottom line, these speakers provide amazing sound quality, they are easy to use and the price can’t be beat. Two thumbs way up.