Bluetune-Bean is a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker with powerful microphone capability; it works with iPhone, iPad or any other Bluetooth-enabled devices the incredible sound quality with such a small speaker.


  • Works with all Bluetooth-enabled devices:smart phones, tablets and most notebooks
  • Crystal clear sound quality from a small package
  • Microphone capability makes it easy to take and make calls hands free or in a group
  • Metal carabiner for easy to carry around
  • Take great selfies, group photos from as far as 30 feet
  • The Shutter is compatible with ISO 6.0/ Android 4.2.2 OS System or newer, may not work with some Android models due to the open-source design


Output power:3W
Total peak power:6W
Dimensions:68L * 45W * 92Hmm
Driver Size:50 mm micro driver
Signal to noise ratio:75dB
Frequency response:60-20000HZ
Charging Voltage:5V
Bluetooth compliant:V3.0
Bluetooth profile support:A2DP Stereo
Battery Capacity:500 mAh
Battery charge time:Minimum 2 hours





Stream your music over Bluetooth


Powerful sound from 2.0 design and a proprietary
passive bass radiator


Take great selfies, group photos from as far as 30 feet


Hand free through a build-in mic


Listen to your tunes all day.With6 hours of play
time you won’tmiss a beat


Each unit comes with a carabiner for hooking on
a belt loop or backpack


  • Summary: We round up the best Bluetooth mini speakers we have found to
    rock the world around you with crisp clear sound

  • The sound was clear even at it’s highest volume When I clipped the Bluetooth
    Bean to my rear view mirror it filled the car at a comfortable level without ANY
    distortion, even at it’s highest setting

  • A small, stout Bluetooth speaker with a handy carabiner clip to make it easy to
    attach to your backpack. This little speaker provides great sound, runs for six
    hours on a charge and would make a great gift for the kids on your list. It
    comes in six colors

  • The Bean, as I call it, is actually surprising good sounding and much improvement
    over an iPhone or iPad’s built in speakers. It doesn’t compete with more expensive
    portables like a $80 Logitech Mini Boombox and the bass get tinny pretty fast
    at high volumes

  • It sounds great and has decent amounts of bass (you cannot adjust the treble on
    the Bean), just make sure if your using it for the first time, turn your volume down
    because it is loud very loud. The Divoom Bluetune-Bean Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
    is a great no frills device that does what it needs to do and does it very well. If you’re
    looking for a highly portable Bluetooth speaker, the Divoom Bluetune-Bean fits that bill

  • Divoom’s Bluetune Bean Bluetooth Speaker  is a little marvel with big sound
    pack into a bean smaller than a computer mouse.  It has the extras you would want
    from a Bluetooth speaker and more, with its built-in microphone and telephone
    interaction this is the perfect hands-free device to hang in your car for taking a
    call or listening to mapping directions while keeping your eyes and hands on the road

  • FEELING BLUISH: Stuff a stocking with one of this year's mighty-mite Bluetooth
    wireless portable speakers. The palm-sized Divoom Bluetune-Bean ($29.99,
    divoomusa.com) is super cute, sonically sweet and comes in colors.

  • The Divoom Bluetune-Bean is a small, compact Bluetooth speaker with rugged
    construction.  It is available in lots of fun color options and its useful carabiner
    feature allows it to be attached to belt loops, purse traps or all sorts of places. 
    Easy pairing, simple controls and some decent sound from its small size. 
    A great little speaker for the price.

  • The anodized metal hoop at the top is a pretty useful addition. You can hang it
    on a hook, or use the carabiner clip to connect it to a belt loop or backpack. For
    the sound and the price point, it is a great little speaker to have handy. For its
    size I was quite surprised by the volume level of the speaker The audio quality
    is clear and unlike many other smaller speakers that I have seen and used