It’s no startling revelation that a portable, IPX7-rated Bluetooth speaker named Splash 1 is meant for going to the beach, dipping in the pool, and trekking the rough and wooly outdoors. The name also sounds good, but what is a bit startling about this water-resistance speaker is the price: a ridiculously low $30.
The Splash 1 is a circular puck about 4.25 inches in diameter and roughly two inches thick.
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