A Pringles Party Speaker is a speaker that you place on top of your Pringles can for extra acoustic effect. It has been designed and manufactured for Pringles.
Each Pringles Party Speaker is powered by 3x AAA batteries (not included) and you can daisy chain multiple Pringles Party Speaker to form a long chain of speakers. There are several designs available but unfortunately you can’t choose them.
The Klipsch R6 In-Ear Bluetooth Earphones is Klipsch first ever Bluetooth earphones. It was launched in Singapore on 15th January 2016 and is retailing for S$299. At launch only one color is available which is matte Black.
It comes with a one-year warranty by Tat Chuan Acoustic. Tat Chuan Acoustic is located at The Adelphi (1 Coleman St #01-17 Singapore 179803) and is the official distributor for Klipsch and Sonos products in Singapore.
The new SONOS PLAY:5 delivers a listening experience that is closer than ever to how every track was mastered in the studio. Built with six synchronized, custom-designed drivers, the speaker’s three mid-woofers create smooth mids and deep, powerful lows that go as low as 27Hz, and three tweeters deliver crystal clear highs at any volume. The drivers are strategically placed to create a soundstage that is much wider than expected in a single speaker, creating room-filling sound with precise separation of vocals and instruments.
The Jabra Sport Coach is retailing in Singapore for S$248 and is available in three colors, Blue, Red and Yellow. It is sort of the younger sibling of the Jabra Sport Pulse (S$298) which I reviewed back in May 2015.
Coach vs Pulse
The Jabra Sport Coach is S$50 cheaper because it doesn’t come with the in-ear heart rate monitor of the Jabra Sport Pulse. Surprisingly, the dimensions and weight of both the Coach and Pulse are the same, measuring about 18mm x 21mm x 32mm (H x W x D) and weighing 16g. I guess the weight of the Pulse’s in-ear heart rate monitor is being replaced by the Coach’s TrackFit Motion Sensor. The TrackFit Motion Sensor measures your distance, pace, steps, cadence and calories burned more accurately for cross-training and running.