Stuffcool Launches True Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Speaker in India

  • Stuffcool is retailing it in the portable Bluetooth speakers category
  • The company informed that a user can connect two of this devices together

Stuffcool has announced the launch of Theo Portable true-wireless-stereo Bluetooth speaker in India. Announced at Rs 2,099, the company is retailing it for a price of Rs 1,999 here. The company informed that it is using both online as well as offline sales channels to retail the same here.

“The speaker is apt for any location. It is perhaps something that travellers will appreciate at times during a long journey. This also means that the utility of Stuffcool Theo carries a vast range of potential and opportunity,” read Stuffcool’s official statement.

Bluetooth 5.0 version

This latest portable speaker features Bluetooth connectivity USB. Stuffcool has also equipped the same with TF Card, AUX-in and FM radio capabilities. The Bluetooth 5.0 version, as the company informed, allows quick connection and using of two devices simultaneously.

“Another unique feature of Stuffcool Theo is the true wireless function, where one can connect two Theo speakers at once to amp up the party and create great memories. One can double the sound for double the fun with a booming bass to augment your party vibes. The Stuffcool Theo echoes an ergonomically design emphasized by smooth flawless edges. The sleek and durable Stuffcool Theo can produce a truly immersive audio experience from courtesy a 5W Power Output supplied by 40mm driver & 3ohms impedance for super bass sound and quality,” read Stuffcool’s official statement.

It continued, “In addition, due to its wireless capabilities, just connect to your music player and place the speaker wherever you feel it is suited to sit. The inbuilt 1200 mAh Li-ion battery can play through the day, making the Stuffcool Theo extremely reliable. It provides access to your favorite music at anytime and anyplace for up to six hours. The speaker comes with a microphone for hands free calling function.”