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Jammy Pack Review!

Hey Neighbors,

Hope you all are having a great day today. I thought I would take some time and write up a couple of reviews today. Have you ever heard Jammy Packs? Now, I know most of you are saying "Don't you mean heard of?" Nope! I mean heard. This is a really unique speaker system for an mp3 player, iPod, and the like. Remember Fanny Packs? This is a speaker system built into a Fanny Pack type carrier. Hence the name Jammy Pack. Although I know most people will use these to listen to music that I never would, it is still something I would use for my music and the preaching I like to listen to. The quality of sound and the volume you are able to put out is very good. It runs on 3 AA batteries. The actual packs come in several colors. Just pick your Jammy Pack, then put in the batteries, attach your player and you are good to go. There are extra pockets for other items like keys, wallet, etc. The Jammy Pack runs $50-$65 each.

Actual Jammy Pack!

Battery Pack above runs on 3 AAA Bateries.

Hook up your MP3 Player or iPod, etc. Volume Control is shown in this picture.

You can use Jammy Pack around the home (like cleaning), on walks (instead of headphones or earbuds where you don't hear the traffic around you), at the park, or anywhere else you might want to carry your music with you.

From Jammy Packs:

"Absolutely, the highest-quality, water-resistant, silver stamped magnetic, open source, mini-speakers; boosting 3W of stereo-amplified beats. Engaging in the highest qualified range; volume with quality."

To be quite honest, I am impressed with the quality, but I am not overly impressed with the site. I don't exactly consider the pictures, or some of the links family friendly, but you can visit them here at and make a choice for yourself.

In the above video, I have a song our Pastor's family sings. You will hear me lower and raise the volume. And it sounds much louder than it does in this video and still remains clear.

Disclosure:I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. I did receive one Jammy Packs for review purposes. All quotes are taken from the Jammy Packs email or website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


Angie Bailey said…
This would be great to use and motivate me to walk more because I love listening to music when I walk but sometimes carrying an iPod around when walking is a hassle. My son would probably like this too to use in the car and I'd feel more comfortable too knowing if he dropped this pack the iPod would be okay.
G said…
I'm afraid this product doesn't mix with my life style. If I'm in the house, I listen through my computer. Outside, I would think it would get in the way.
bamalynn said…
This was an interesting product that I hadn't seen before. Thanks for the review, as I always like hearing about new technology gizmos!
This looks like a great idea. I would love to get one to use on my walks with the kids!
Judy B. said…
What a great idea for cleaning. Especially if you're trying to move through different rooms quickly.
~dab said…
I think this is a great idea for working out, or if I'm outside working in the yard. Thanks for the review.

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