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Monday, August 4, 2014

Boombox Cell Phone Charger And Jobsite Radio Review Video

The MiniBoomer Boombox MP3 Player, and emergency Radio combines style with safety. It is the perfect back-to-school gift for that very reason. A stylish and functional boombox that plays music from so many sources is rarely going to be very far away from it's owner, especially if the owner is still in school. But it is the safety features, not the style that makes that a good thing.

The MiniBoomer not only plays music from just about any source you can think of including SD Card, USB Drive, and Bluetooth ready devices; it also charges cell phones, tunes into every available local radio station (good for following approaching weather systems and such), features an awesome LED Flashlight with a loud siren and flashing emergency beacon to get attention or scare off small animals (including the two legged kind!)

Wow! That was a mouthful and I still didn't get to tell you about all of the functions of this versatile boombox MP3 Player, and phone charger! Well, when you watch the video, if you haven't already done so, you can read reviews from several happy customers about other benefits of the MiniBoomer.

In fact, I found one recent review that brought up a use I hadn't even thought of - using the loud siren and flashing beacon to help rescuers locate you underneath a pile of rubble. Hurricanes, tornadoes and other disasters might leave you in such a predicament. Anyway, I probably don't have to caution you not to tell them "I got it because it's good for you and will keep you safe." Play up the MP3 feature, the dual track stereo, and how it can connect to any of their Bluetooth enabled devices allowing them to listen in any location within range.


Blogger Unknown said...

Thank you for taking some time to write this post. While in the wilderness or in an emergency situation, you would definitely benefit from an emergency radio. It is of course much more useful for those nature disaster incidents, when you may be cut out from the world for days, and yet, you need to know what’s going on out there. See more

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