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Braven's Mira speaker now available in New Zealand

05 Nov 2014

You can now get Braven Mira, ‘the uniquely versatile wireless speaker’ in New Zealand.

The Mira is a multi-purpose water resistant Bluetooth speaker that can suit a range of different people. It’s portable, stylish and has top quality sound. Those who have non-Bluetooth devices can use the 3.5mm line in AUX port.

With a rechargeable battery that can last up to 10 hours, playtime is extensive. It also comes with a built in noise cancelling microphone that you can use hands free.

This speaker is also equipped with an integrated kickstand that doubles as a hook - which enables users to take it anywhere in the home and outside, from the garage to the deck.

You can even take the speaker in the shower or pool thanks to the IPX5 water resistance rating.

“Mira has the power to fill a room with outstanding sound, a design that makes it multifunctional, and an understated look that complements your decor,” says Andy Fathollahi, chief executive. “In simple terms, Mira embodies versatility and functionality.”

Mira is available in New Zealand in black and silver through Mighty Ape, iStore and Ballanytnes with a RRP of $129.99.

Braven is a designer and manufacturer of speakers, and is dedicated to bringing people gold star audio with cutting edge technology and style.

Find out more about Braven at this link.

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