3SIXT expands into speakers

3SIXT has revealed its new range of wireless speakers rolling out across Australia and New Zealand.

Designed for on-the-go individuals, the new speakers are purpose built to delivers a soundtrack for every experience.

The new lineup features three speakers - the SoundTube, the SoundBrick and the SoundBlock. With IPX6 water resisted and crisp wireless sound, 3SIXT say the new range has something for everyone.

Whether camping in the wilderness or having a barbecue with friends, the 3-hour recharge and 8-hour playback allows on-the-go individuals to keep the tunes coming no matter where they are.

Designed with ease of use in mind, the Bluetooth-enabled speakers have a built-in microphone to allow calls to be taken while a smartphone is hooked up.

The SoundTube speaker features clear and crisp sound, and a sleek design. With 8 hours of playback available, the SoundTube speaker is designed to keep the tunes going all night.

The SoundTube speaker is available for $99.95.

The SoundBrick speaker is the ultimate companion for those looking to explore the outdoors, according to 3SIXT. With its rugged exterior and 380g weight, the brick speaker is extremely portable and has a transmission distance of 10 metres. It has the ability to withstand heavy splashing and rain, making it perfect for a day on the water.

The SoundBrick speaker is available for $79.95.

The SoundBlock speaker is small but powerful. Designed for those who prefer compact accessories, the speaker is ideal for those who are constantly on the go.

The SoundBlock speaker is available for $49.95.

The latest devices are now available at Newslink, Optus and Tesltra. For more information, visit www.3sixtgear.com.

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