This review post is sponsored by G-Project and Mom Central Consulting. I was provided the products in order to facilitate my review, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Summer time is fun time and we have been spending a lot of time outdoors, at the pool and just doing fun stuff. There are some times though that I wish we had music with us to liven things up. We haven’t owned a stereo or portable music player in years. About the only way we have music now is through our iPhones and iPads. While that is usually good for one of us to listen too, it isn’t the best for a group of people.
Since I already have music that plays on my iPhone, it would be nice to just play music straight from there. G-Project has a line of speakers that work with just about any smartphone or tablet that can play music.
The G-Grip is made to be outside and able to take your music on the go. The G-Grip has been drop tested so don’t worry if your kiddos(like mine) drop it. The best part is that it works wirelessly with Bluetooth technology. Your phone or tablet can be up to 30 feet away and the speakers will still belt out crystal clear music.
I have mostly used it inside while I have been on the treadmill because I hate having earbuds in all the time especially when I am running. I was able to keep my phone on the top of the treadmill and put the speaker on the side table while I ran without having to be tangled up in headphone wires. You can control the sound from either your phone or the speaker itself so no matter which one is close you can control the volume. The speakers also have an 8 hour battery life. So you can have your music blaring for hours!
|Little Man was dancing to the music while I was on the treadmill|
I also took the G-Grip outside on our patio and left my phone inside and it played the music just fine. Now our outside play can be livened up with music and fun!
The G-Zip is another in their line of speakers, but this one is corded. It is wireless as far as the battery so just charge it and it is ready to go for up to 8 hours. If your phone or tablet doesn’t have bluetooth capabilities, but has a 3.5mm headphone jack then you can use the G-Zip. You get just as clear a quality of sound in a smaller more portable device.
I was pretty impressed at how easy it was to use both of the speakers. Set up took less than two minutes. The sound quality was excellent and clear. Knowing that I could take them with us on bike rides is even more of a plus.