iGOKU Bluetooth Speaker

This flowerpot intrigued me. It is perfect for small plants. I have been using it with one of the popular succulents. An artificial flower could work well, too—and it needs no upkeep!

This planter is full of unexpected surprises. With settings for either a 12- or 24-hour clock, having the time on the front display is handy. Beyond that, it has an alarm.

My essential oil diffuser has these same seven colors, so I feature the same static color. This ambient effect creates a striking theme and ties the room together.

The speaker is the best part. Pairing with a phone or tablet is easy.  Start Bluetooth on both devices, then select the choice that pops up on the list—delightful simplicity! The sound is comparable to other players. Impressive, considering they do not have extra features.

The “magical” touch piano songs should delight young children. The volume is loud while starting. I connect to my playlist right away to cut short the sequence.

I charge it overnight, and that is enough. After I wake, the outdoor bistro set supports my flowerpot and morning java. The plant and I enjoy the fresh air, along with an audiobook or tunes. This coffee klatch starts the day off on a sweet note.

If you are interested in this versatile item by iGOKU, then here is the Amazon product page to check it out further for yourself.

HOLD THE PRESSES!!!

Just for having read my blog, I have a special 20% off code for you! Type KGGS3WBI in at checkout to take advantage of this exclusive promotion, courtesy of iGOKU. The code is good from 10/15 – 10/31.

Feel free to share with friends and family. It would make a lovely and thoughtful holiday gift!

Enjoy the savings! 🙂

 

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