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3SIXT's four new speakers sound off sonically for musical moments


A quartet of new Bluetooth-enabled speakers from mobile and consumer electronics accessories maker, 3SIXT, features IPX6 water resistance, inbuilt microphone for phone calls and three sizes with affordable price points.

3SIXT. The company makes a wide range of smartphones and consumer electronics accessories, with a wide range of smartphone and tablet cases for Apple and Samsung models, as well as universal cases, but cases for rising star Oppo.

It also makes screen protectors, chargers, cables, headphones, action cameras, and more.

Now comes 3SIXT's new range of wireless speakers in Australia and New Zealand, billed as being "designed for on-the-go and adventure seeking individuals", purpose built to deliver "an unbeatable soundtrack for every experience".

The four speakers are the SoundJet, SoundTube, SoundBrick, and SoundBlock, retailing for A$149.95, $99.95, $79.95 and $49.95 respectively, but each having different hero features and being great for just listening to your favourite tunes, whether by yourself or with others.

As you'd expect in 2018, each model offers "IPX6 water resistance", with 3SIXT promising "rich crisp wireless sound", so whether you are "camping in the wilderness or having a barbecue with friends", we're told that "the addition of latest features including three-hour recharge and eight hours playback allow on-the-go individuals to keep the tunes coming no matter where they are".

Naturally, the new range was "designed with ease of use top of mind", so of course these aren't just Bluetooth-enabled speakers, but also feature a "built-in microphone to allow calls to be taken while your smartphone is hooked up", and with the prices on offer, the company says the range is "perfect for those who don’t want to compromise quality for convenience".

On sale at Newslink, Optus and Telstra stores across Australia, here are the details:

1. 3SIXT SoundJet Speaker – $149.95 

The Jet – an excellent 2-in-1 Wireless Speaker and Powerbank offering 2 x 5W speakers combined with a 4000mAh powerbank.

2. 3SIXT SoundTube Speaker – $99.95

The Tube – For the ultimate sound seeker promising "a clear and crisp sound" with sleek, stylish and sophisticated design.

3. 3SIXT SoundBrick Speaker – $79.95 

The Brick – For the adventure buff and thrill seeker, we're told the Soundbrick Speaker is "the ultimate companion for those looking to explore the outdoors. With its rugged exterior and mere 380g weight, this brick speaker is extremely portable and has a transmission distance of 10M. With the ability to withstand heavy splashing and rain, this speaker is perfect for a day on the water".

4. 3SIXT SoundBlock Speaker – $49.95

The Block – Don’t judge a speaker by its size. 3SIXT says "the Soundblock Speaker may be pint-sized, but it’s powerful. With a loud, crisp sound, the speaker easily pairs to your device for up to 8 hours of playback. Designed for those who prefer compact accessories, this speaker is the perfect companion for those who are constantly on-the-go."


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