Plasterers Personal Audio System

Vincey

Private Member
Just in time as my old Makita radio is on the blink , connects via Bluetooth to my phone , takes up hardly any room ,it’s smaller than a mug of coffee, light to carry in onto a job , thinking just saved a fortune on new dewalt radio with this , gonna test it out tomorrow on job , luckily my phone picks up radio , just hope it doesn’t kill my battery quick time
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Simon85

Well-Known Member
Just in time as my old Makita radio is on the blink , connects via Bluetooth to my phone , takes up hardly any room ,it’s smaller than a mug of coffee, light to carry in onto a job , thinking just saved a fortune on new dewalt radio with this , gonna test it out tomorrow on job , luckily my phone picks up radio , just hope it doesn’t kill my battery quick time
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I want to get a wee speaker for work, so how much was that and let me know battery life as most jobs we will be on will be 110 so likely unable to charge
 

Wayners

Well-Known Member
Aldi have a tough yellow dab radio with Bluetooth for £30 at the moment. I use a xiaomi 4a mobile phone which was cheap, as I use it as a podcast player and music player via buds or Bluetooth headphones
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
Aldi have a tough yellow dab radio with Bluetooth for £30 at the moment. I use a xiaomi 4a mobile phone which was cheap, as I use it as a podcast player and music player via buds or Bluetooth headphones
I know those word are in my mother tongue............but I’m gonna have to do a bit of research to find out what they mean..........pffft
 

Gibbo

Well-Known Member
Just in time as my old Makita radio is on the blink , connects via Bluetooth to my phone , takes up hardly any room ,it’s smaller than a mug of coffee, light to carry in onto a job , thinking just saved a fortune on new dewalt radio with this , gonna test it out tomorrow on job , luckily my phone picks up radio , just hope it doesn’t kill my battery quick time
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buy a powerbank
 

Wayners

Well-Known Member
Put radios ect in a bag.. Bin liner will do although I preferred a big clear bag. Its good kit that ain't cheep so why not look after it. Plaster seems to zone in like it's got lazer guidance and hit the wrong spot every time. Lol
 

Danny

Administrator
Put radios ect in a bag.. Bin liner will do although I preferred a big clear bag. Its good kit that ain't cheep so why not look after it. Plaster seems to zone in like it's got lazer guidance and hit the wrong spot every time. Lol
Yup... like when you shert somewhere up and dont have quite enough.... ffs
 
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