Thousands Of Folks Love This Portable Speaker, And I Love The Deal

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The makers of this portable speaker obviously knew what they were doing. Over 8,800 customers have reviewed this DKnight MagicBox II, and 70 percent of them have given it the perfect 5 out of 5 stars reserved for exceptional products.

There are myriad reasons folk love this wireless bluetooth speaker. It is quite small (6 x 2 x 1.6 inches), yet its 10W total acoustic drivers and advanced Bluetooth 4.0 technology produce non-distorted audio of a high quality. My reason for loving it is the crazy deal. Normally $130, it is currently available for just $40. That means if I get this speaker, I am basically getting a free hundred dollars. Unreal.

This speaker is 76 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

This speaker is 76 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

DKnight MagicBox II Bluetooth 4.0 Portable Wireless Speaker, 10W Output Power with Enhanced Bass, Build in Microphone for Handfree Phone Call(Black)

The top review on Amazon summarizes the value perfectly:

No this is not the best blue tooth speaker you ever heard. However, it sounds amazing, It is clear and loud and has decent bass tones, mid tones, and high tones. It has a great battery life, it is super easy to use and connect, and unlike the Magicbox I it does not talk to you in a weird computer voice when you connect your device, just a nice simple beep. Can you get better sound out of a blue tooth speak? Yes you can… Can you get better sound at this price or even for twice as much? No way. This gets 5 stars on an overall rating of price, quality, and features.

For only $40? Are you serious? Count me in.

This portable speaker is $99 off (Photo via Amazon)

This portable speaker is $99 off (Photo via Amazon)

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