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Jam Jar

Sale: £39.99
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Product Description

Your phone – it’s your contacts, your movies, your music, all contained within one single (mostly) perfect device. Tech to be treasured. At least we think so, which is why we’ve created Jam Jar. Connected by Bluetooth, you can answer your calls AND play your music, all with your device housed inside the effortlessly stylish bell jar. Control volume and bass like a boss by remote control, all without needing to remove your phone from the display case. Rechargeable, and with 6-hour battery life, there’s nothing to stop your kitchen dance-off, fine dining soiree, or marathon podcast party, aside from the adequate length of your favourite playlist.

  • Play music wirelessly with Bluetooth
  • 6+ hour battery life
  • Built-in mic
  • Answer calls from across the room
  • Fits most phones
  • Remote control
  • USB rechargeable
  • 360 High-quality speaker with bass booster
  • Glass bell jar
  • Plastic
  • Metal
  • Rubber

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