Always Have a Party in Your Pocket with This Speaker!

Currently an IndieGogo that is close to halfway completing it’s goal of $15,000, I was sent one Pocket Party by 7×24 to review, and I decided to throw a PIZZA PARTY with it!

After inviting a few friends over, I wanted to actually test out this tiny speaker and all of the huge sound that the company claims that the expandable speaker can actually do.

Always Have a Party in Your Pocket with This Speaker!

The pocket sized bluetooth speaker not only can make noise on it’s own, but it packs a great punch even through a pizza box. 7×24 claimed in their campaign that the speaker, which is available in a few colors, had a vibration mode that could turn the top of a pizza box into a subwoofer, so you know I had to try it.

Always Have a Party in Your Pocket with This Speaker!

I personally prefer Domino’s Pizza, so I got us three boxes to all enjoy, and we went through so many slices while watching the Ronda Rousey fight a few weeks ago that I had to call and get more.

Always Have a Party in Your Pocket with This Speaker!

Naturally my friends wanted Papa John’s now, so I had to oblige and order just to see if the sound would be different on their boxes since they claim their pizza is better than competitors.

Always Have a Party in Your Pocket with This Speaker!

Amazingly so, it’s actually pretty legit. Granted, I’m sure that the speaker can do just as much with sound on a flat surface, but the whole idea of a pizza box is pretty noble. You just have to, of course, worry about friends who have a tendency to want to open said box to grab themselves a slice. I tested it out with a live song, Adele’s “Send My Love (To Your New Lover) and surprisingly the sound quality was not only loud, but actually pretty clear! This was the safest song I had on my iPod during the Pizza Party, by the way.

Watch the Pocket Party in action here:

The suction button of the Pocket Party is fitting, and great for a shower or even a glass table. And I’ll even admit, when the suction portion is snapped back into the speaker itself, it’s actually pretty snazzy in it’s own right. But for the most part, I find myself with it suctioned to my coffee table, with it’s vibrant colors dancing, moving to the music. With a six hour battery life, splash proof casing, and an included carabiner and bike-mount strap, what’s not to love about this speaker?

Overall, I personally love the Pocket Party, and I’ve already decided that it would be a great gift for my Goddaughter, who just happens to play those songs from Frozen so much on her personal iPad, that I want to annoy her mother a tiny bit over the holidays with this little product.

If you’d like to fund it on IndieGoGo, you can find out more info here!

Source: Manufacturer Supplied review Unit

What I Like: The subversive sound for the small size.

What Needs Improvement: Battery Life

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About the Author

Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.