If it isn’t clear already, I have no more things to review, I guess it serves me right for only putting out reviews every two days for the past few months. Although one of my most successful reviews was the Anker SoundCore speaker. As my first review, I have of course improved vastly since then, making changes across the website. I have had this speaker for over 3 months, and it is still performing as the best Bluetooth speaker under £30.
The Battery And Durability
Usually with a product, as you charge it more and more times, the battery life naturally decreases. I don’t know what sort of magic they put in this product to make it last this long, but the battery still lasts to around the 24 hour mark. I can count the amount of times I have had to charge this device on my fingers, with consistent use.
The durability of this speaker has also surpassed my expectations. With a couple of months of being shoved in and out of my bag, this speaker has fared well, with the soft touch material on the outside and the metal grille on the front not being scratched at all. If you are still contemplating buying a speaker for the cheap that is Bluetooth, go for this one, you definitely won’t be dissapointed.
Now time for some updates. I am more than aware that I haven’t been posting the regular review. I am trying my best to get my site transferred over to WordPress.org, where i can develop this website even more, without having to be restricted by the basic interface of WordPress.com. I have my host up and running, all I need to do is transfer my files over in the smoothest process possible, and with as little down time as possible.
Once I do this, huge changes will be brought about the website. I will be able to change absolutely everything about the website, which until now, I haven’t been confident about. So many things visually I will be able to alter, thanks to the open sourced nature of WordPress.org. With plugins available, the possibilities are limitless.