Shoot some tunes with the Bose SoundTouch 10 refurbished for $ 100

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The Bose SoundTouch 10 Bluetooth wireless speaker has been refurbished to $ 99.95 through the official Bose eBay store. The SoundTouch 10 goes for $ 200 brand new at other retailers such as Amazon and Target. This is a rare deal from Bose and the last time we saw it was during Black Friday.

The small, 30W wireless speaker offers room-filling sound. It connects to your WiFi network at home to stream music from services such as Spotify, Pandora and Amazon Music, or you can connect your phone to Bluetooth and play your favorite songs from your personal library. A remote control is included, or you can use an app to operate it. The warranty is the same as a new speaker.

If you have an Amazon Alexa device, such as the Echo Dot, you can even give this speaker voice control. There is also an integrated additional input of 3.5 mm.

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Emily Parker

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