iClever, the guys that brought you the popular BoostSound range of Bluetooth speakers are having a limited time offer on two of their most popular products – the IC-BTS02 portable speaker and their BoostCare Kids headphone with volume limiting technology.
1iClever IC-BTS02 5W Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Enhanced Bass
The IC-BTS02 5W Bluetooth speaker needs very little introduction. This is at the moment one of the best Bluetooth speaker under £20 (and using the coupon code below you can get it for a lot less). It features a very sleek zinc alloy design which is pretty much guaranteed to fit into any home or office space.
This iClever portable speaker uses Bluetooth 4.0 CSR which allows faster data transfers while using less energy meaning you can enjoy anywhere between 8 and 12 hours of continuous audio playback from a full charge.
It’s clear to see that iClever designed this wireless speaker with portability in mind as it takes up less table space than a coffee mug, and with a wireless range of up to 33ft – you can place this pretty much anywhere in your office or living room to play music or take calls without worrying about signal degredation.
2iClever BoostCare Kids Headphones Cat-Inspired Over the Ear Headsets with Kid-Safe Volume Limiting Technology
These lightweight over the ear wired headphones were specifically designed for active kids, its kid friendly and ultra durable design means it can withstand bending, twisting and even being straightened out without breaking. They can easily withstand just about anything your child can throw at it or throw it at.
The one feature that sets this apart from most of the other headphones for kids out there is the built-in volume limiting technology which ensures the volume doesn’t go above 85db, so you can rest assured the volume is at a comfortable and most of all safe level.
Regardless of its lack of wireless connectivity, this headphone can still connect to any device that has a 3.5mm audio connection. That’s almost any modern tablet or mobile phone except the iPhone 7, which I’m pretty sure most parents won’t allow their kids to play with anyways.