Listen up kids, I’ve discovered a new, very exciting gadget to take to festivals. I know I know, as if you need MORE things to carry! That first day when you need to carry your world on your back to where you’re going to set-up camp for a few days can be brutal. Especially at the big festivals like Glastonbury. That first day really is hell, isn’t it?
But don’t worry, this gadget is a multi-use beauty that will replace some bits that were already on your packing list. Intrigued? You should be.
I’ve come across the Lava BrightSounds 2 gadget. The name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue does it? But it’s pretty nifty, I’m telling you.
This cute little box-like contraption is actually a combination of an ambient light to use in your tent area, bluetooth speakers to play your fave tunes in the camp and a built-in power bank to charge your phone and other gadgets.
See, told you it was nifty.
Plus, it has a pretty decent battery life equating to 36 hours of music playback and 48 hours of lighting. Considering it’s not that expensive, I also thought the sound quality was pretty good. A friend of mine has portable bluetooth speakers that cost quite a bit and I didn’t think the Lava BrightSounds 2 was that far off IMHO.
AND bonus that you don’t have to go queue up to charge your phone, because no-one wants to do that do they?
Oh and if the UK weather comes to ruin the party, this baby is water-resistant which is a bit of a result. And I hate to be that girl, but it’s also v pretty and comes in lots of colours and I really like that mine is pink. I know, sorry.
But dontcha think it’s pretty cool??
Soz if I sound like a cheesy salesman in this post, I just get overly excited when there’s a new gadget in town. Especially if it makes festival-going experiences easier. Because even though festivals are really the best, they can also be the worst sometimes.
So there you have it. I no longer need to bring a tent light, speakers or a power bank; just this guy. And that’s all, folks.
Check out the Lava BrightSounds 2 over here on Amazon for £39.99.
Would you use this beaut at festivals? Let me know what you think in the comments below or tweet me @HeelsInBackpack!
Total Blogger Transparency: This post contains a complimentary press sample but all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. I wouldn’t play you like that, shorty.