It is always terrific to review an iHome product, and today we have three types of Bluetooth speakers, something that the company is very well-known for.
Our Review of the iHome iZBT110 Portable Bluetooth Meditative Light and Sound Therapy Zenergy Candle
It seems really odd to call the iZBT110 a candle, but with its great glow, what else would you call it? Well, it is also called the Zenergy Candle, because it has 15 soothing sound therapy tracks. It also has 5 specifically designed LED light therapy modes, and made so you can relax with this…I want to say…bamboo…look?
Seriously, it is quite nice with its rechargeable battery for up to 6 hours of playing whatever it is you want to play by streaming your music live. There is also a great timer for sleep and/or meditation, if you are into that. And hey, if you want this Zenergy Candle, then I am guessing that you are into that. It even has a breathing guide made to slow breath, lower your heart rate, as well as generally calming yourself.
You should be able to purchase the iHome Zenergy Candle Portable Bluetooth Meditative Light and Sound Therapy Candle on the iHome site for $59.99.
Our Review of the iHome iZBT7 Portable Bluetooth Bedside Sleep Therapy Machine
It would appear we are on some kind of theme with relaxation as well as Bluetooth Speakers with this Zenergy Bluetooth Bedside Sleep Therapy Machine. It comes with 16 environmental and white noise sounds made to promote sleep, as well as the potential to increase your energy.
While it might not have that “candle” look as the other Zenergy speaker that we reviewed, it does have this cool (or should I say warm?) look of a natural sunrise. In other words, it can do both sound and light therapy, for our Circadian Rhythms, or internal clocks, just to help improve ourselves.
While I couldn’t find a standard price of the iHome iZBT7 on the iHome site, I found it on Amazon for about $79.99.
Our Review of the iHome iUVBT1 POWERUVC PRO UV-C Sanitizer
I believe that when I reviewed that KeySmart CleanTray, I might have mentioned in the article or the video that something that cleans with UV rays could be used as a Bluetooth Speaker. It appears that iHome understood that with the iUVBT1 POWERUVC PRO UV-C Sanitizer.
The iUVBT1 has a compartment lid with UV-C light contained and UV-C LEDs that can turn off when the lid is open. It is made to sanitize any object, such as a smartphone, for about 3 minutes. There is a countdown clock to assist you in that process, should you need it.
All that, and it is a Bluetooth speaker with dual alarms and dual USB speakers. While I didn’t find a set price on the iHome site, it should range around $99-$149.
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