Philips EverPlay Bluetooth speakers. Let’s have a look

I’m sitting in the sunshine and it’s about 30 degrees Celsius right now. To be honest I’m going a bit delirious and moving the “Coolsmartphone office” to a bench outside was perhaps not my best idea.

Anyway, with summer here I picked out one message from my 5.4 million emails because it’s from a company called Philips. Remember them? I think they make my kettle.

Now they make Bluetooth speakers too, and there’s a whole mess of them. They call them the “EverPlay range” and they’re definitely a bit stylish. Each has a Bluetooth connection range of up to an 30 metres and they’re easy to charge. They will all be available from Argos in July.

Philips EverPlay Bluetooth speakers. Lets have a look

First up, this Philips BT3900 EverPlay. It’s got 4 Watts of output power and looks a bit like a clutch bag if I’m honest. Philips tell me that it’s “super durable” and has a powerful driver for delivering “big sound”. It’s also shockproof, dustproof and waterproof with a IP57 rating. Cost? £49.99.

Philips EverPlay Bluetooth speakers. Lets have a look

Next, the Philips BT6900 EverPlay, which whacks out 10 Watts. It has, and prepare yourself for a barrage of words here…

A front-firing neodymium speaker, bass radiators for extra bass boost and extension, and an anti-clipping function for loud, distortion-free music.

Err.. OK then. There’s a quick-charge option, battery indicator and even a USB cable that acts as a strap. It’s also shockproof, dustproof and waterproof too! Boom. It’s £79.99 for this one.

Philips EverPlay Bluetooth speakers. Lets have a look

If you want more power, Philips has the very similar-looking BT7900 EverPlay which has 14 Watts of power. This one has “twin front-firing neodymium speakers” but also adds Digital Sound processing and a massive 100-hour Bluetooth power standby time. It also has all the waterproof and dustproof action. Final price on this is £89.99.

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