BOOM Movement unveils the SWIMMER portable Bluetooth speaker

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When it comes to portable speakers, there are just way too many brands out there that it can get pretty difficult trying to differentiate one from the other. Well, the folks over at BOOM Movement might be able to present a rather strong case for themselves with the SWIMMER portable Bluetooth speaker. This is no ordinary portable Bluetooth speaker, as it will also be shockproof and waterproof as well. Size certainly does not matter with the SWIMMER, considering how it comes in an extremely lightweight and compact form factor, sporting a bass-bumping design which will feature a flexible tail attachment that comes in handy when you want to hook, loop, wrap or grip it to just about any object that you put your mind to.

The SWIMMER portable Bluetooth speaker would arrive in an ultra-protective silicon skin that has been engineered with an IPX Level 7 rating. As mentioned earlier, there is a flexible tail attachment which allows this $59.99 Bluetooth speaker to loop itself securely around a paddle or handle bar, wrap around a wrist or belt loop, or simply to have it propped up on a desk or hang it from a notebook display. Not only that, it can also be submerged in up to 3 feet of water for half an hour. In any case, if you choose to remove the tail, it can be swapped out with an optional suction cup backing so that it can be stuck to a range of flat surfaces.

The SWIMMER portable Bluetooth speaker will be available in Gray/Teal, Blue/Gray, Red/Gray, Teal/Gray and White/Blue combination colors if you are interested. Not only that, when the suction cup attachment is in use, the SWIMMER would be able to produce an even louder, rumbling bass-bumping effect as it will play off of the surface that it is mounted to. Of course, the whole idea of having it arrive in a Bluetooth-friendly model is to let listeners enjoy a wireless connection.

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John_Peterson Says: October 13, 2013 at 11:33 am

Is this like the vibration speakers developed by Mighty Dwarf? Is it using the surface it is mounted to to BECOME the speaker like the Mighty Dwarf BlueII Bluetooth vibration speaker?

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