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2022-10-09 08:39:47 By : Mr. Dennis Wang

Ice? Check. Decorations? Check. Good music? Check — well, kind of, as long as you have good speakers to pump it through. Whether throwing a small dinner party or a full-on backyard blowout, no party is complete without a quality Bluetooth speaker.

And before you drop a hefty chunk of change on a shiny new one, take a look at these three fantastical refurbished options, all discounted without you having to enter any coupon codes. 

Boasting 20 hours of playtime and a wireless range of up to 100 feet, this exquisite refurbished Bluetooth speaker is a must-have for any party you throw at home. You can also pair it with two different devices if anyone else wants to play their music through it.

And as a fun bonus, this thing features 11 LED light modes and strobe lights to really take your party to the next level. And as if all this weren't impressive enough, this speaker can withstand a little rough and tumble and can actually float in water. It even fights up to 99.9% of bacteria thanks to its antimicrobial exterior.

When it comes to portable speakers, whether it's for a chill pool day outside or a camping trip with the whole family, you can always depend on the HydraBoom to pump all your favorite jams. Whether you stand it up vertically or horizontally, this device features four giant drivers, delivering a heart-thumping bass and crisp highs, with up to 20 hours of playtime.

And after being tested for quality and expertly repackaged, this device works like new, despite its discounted price tag. You can even place your phone on it for effortless wireless charging.

When it comes to bashes of greater proportions, a tiny little Bluetooth speaker simply won't cut it. For the big parties, the Shockwave 100 never disappoints, as it's designed for larger gatherings. Backed by 150 watts of power, this expertly refurbished Bluetooth speaker connects wirelessly to any device within a 100-foot range and even has a built-in mic for when you want to sing along with the music.

It even features True Wireless pairing, adjustable party modes, and USB ports to support device charging. And since it lasts for up to 10 hours at a time, you can keep the party going all night.

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