Small, Compact and Powerful – the HumBird Speaker

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Do you struggle with hearing your phone at the highest volume but don’t want one of those large Bluetooth speakers?

You are in luck as Bluetooth speakers are increasing in their technology but decreasing in their size. There has never been a better speaker for you and your needs than the HumBird Speaker.

This speaker is extremely small and can fit into anything hollow or sit on top of your desk or countertop and not take up much space. Even if you want to make your own speaker from a hollow object, you can simply slide the HumBird Speaker inside and transform anything and everything into a speaker. Embedded with Bluetooth 5.0, your connection will be incredibly strong and sturdy through music, podcasts and phone calls.

There are many different features to the HumBird Speaker that makes it a great speaker for many.

Key Features

With a Type C charging port and fast charge technology, you will find ease and simplicity in charging your speaker when it starts to run low. As most rechargeable technology gadgets are using a Type C charging port you’ll be used to the system.

The volume of the HumBird Speaker is between 4 and 5 times louder than the average cell phone speaker which allows you to hear your music, podcasts and/or phone calls at a higher volume.

Being completely wireless, your Bluetooth speaker can be taken with you wherever you go and into any room of your house. You’ll never have to worry about finding an outlet to plug your speaker into.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Bluetooth speakers are incredibly sought after as everyone and their parents want to incorporate them into their homes. There has never been an easier Bluetooth speaker to bring into the home than the HumBird Speaker.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.