This pretty little thing is the Libratone One Click. Designed by Danish engineers, with characteristic Scandinavian simplicity, it's a speaker that has caught the attention of everyone I've shown it to. Sure, it looks nice, but how does it sound? Read on my friends, and you'll find out.
What's in the box
- The speaker: It measures 4.7”×1.6”× 8” and weighs 2lbs with a 3" woofer, 1" tweeter and a passive driver.
- MicroUSB charging cable: No proprietary cord or charger. Sweet.
- Two different handles: A short one and a longer one, more on those later.
- Instructions and warranty info: In several European languages!
- Water resistant: IPX4 rated - splash proof.
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