I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for G-Project. I received a G-Grip and G-Zip to facilitate my review.
My little guy loves music and he loves to dance. He also loves to run around the house at full speed holding onto our G-Grip Bluetooth speaker like he is our big red truck. If you are a parent then you know that Toddlers and Preschoolers are a force of their own, kinda like tornadoes, and many times whatever nice (possibly expensive) item they get their hands on tends to not survive their whirlwind behavior. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t the idea of G-Project to create a Toddler Proof Speaker, but they did. A speaker that can withstand being dropped over 8 feet and crushed with 1339 lbs, is going to survive a 4 year old and that is what I consider a great evolution of smart devices.
It isn’t the only reason I love the G-Grip. It’s small, yet swells with sound and can play for up to 8 hours per charge. You can place it indiscriminately in your home or take it with you in your purse on a drive. It can go anywhere.
Sometimes tot and I strap it to his little red beep beep car and go for walks and pretend it is his radio. If for some reason it happens to fall, not a problem, this speaker is designed to keep the party going no matter what!
If you don’t happen to have a Bluetooth enabled device, you can hook it up to anything with a 3mm in-line cable and a headphone jack. Just remember that only the G-Grip can withstand tot time.
If you want a speaker that can fit almost anywhere, have an instant connection to your phone, that is lightweight enough to strap onto your belt AND can recharge through your computer – you want the G-Zip. It isn’t a Bluetooth, rather it connects through a ‘zip-line’ or retractable built in cable that plugs into the headphone port on your phone. It charges through USB and has an 8 hour battery life, but the greatest thing I love about this little guy is the bass.
This little thing has a lot of bass.
It rests on its side with a little clip and is a nice little partner that you can take anywhere and is going to throw down some beats… like in the kitchen.
You know you sing in the kitchen.
Both of these speakers are built to last and withstand everyday life, whether you are a Stay-at-Home Mom like me or an on-the-go adventure seeker I sometimes pretend I am when dealing with my kids. You can find out more about the G-Zip or the G-Grip by visiting the product pages and showing them a little appreciation for their innovative speaker systems on their Facebook Page.