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I found a great way to annoy people with Bluetooth. Buy a cheap Bluetooth speaker that you don't care about losing then download the Ifart app. Then hide speaker and you will have fun till they find it.

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I use to take a smoke detector with an almost dead battery and hide it. You know how it beeps every once in a while and it beeps just enough to be annoying.

it is hard to find because the beep does not last long enough to get a direction to look in.
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Then again, I avoid battery powered equipment like the plague.
You have a hand crank to start your old truck Zorba?
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Watch out bose puts cinderblock in their speaker to make you think you are getting quality. The old if they are heavy they must be good principle.
I always liked my Infinity speakers. Many years ago I worked with some folks who would talk about car speakers and they would only compare magnet weights! More weight was better for them. Sound quality/characteristics, other than volume, didn't count.
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Wireless everything possible. It started when I was mowing the lawn and spun the mower and the handle grabbed the cables to my headphones and yanked then out of my ears for the last time. I got USBC rechargeable AAA and AA lithium ion batteries for my mouse, keyboard, remotes, ect. Haven't purchased batteries in a couple years.

List of BT items I can remember I have. 2 over ears headphones, two in ear buds, a lot of speakers around the house and garage, probably five to ten. My car stereo, don't even have a CD player. A waterproof one for the boat. My battery Makita circular saw, miter saw and sds has it to control the BT dust collector. I can use my watch to stream music to my ear buds. Meat thermometer. blueparrot headset for work, these have really good call quality. More stuff packed away in storage. A few BT receivers with aux outs. Mouse and keyboard, a few of them. A set of 3m worktunes with silicon pads, but they get very warm in the summer, and the sound quality is meh fit music.

I rarely break then and it takes quite a few years for the batteries to go bad, unfortunately the earbuds are non replaceable batteries, they are water proof after all.
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