Plox Star Wars Levitating Death Star Bluetooth Speaker Review: Great Sound, Clumby Installation

When any Star Wars fan thinks of the franchise, the Death Star immediately comes to mind. The next thing is the Imperial March. Put those two together and you basically have the Plox Levitating Blue Tooth Speaker. An awesome conversation piece that can fit basically anywhere, it’s a great item to have in your living room or man cave. At the same time, getting it to actually levitate could be a process in itself.

At times you’ll almost feel like you have to learn the force to get it to do it.

After nearly an hour of trying to find the sweet spot, using the plastic assistant piece to put the Death Star in the proper place and even after watching several YouTube videos, we at Review Fix have given up. We cannot get it to levitate. There wasn’t even a time where we thought we were close either. It just keeps sticking to the sides of the base.

At times, you’ll feel you need to summon the force to get it to do what it’s supposed to on the box.

While the fact that it won’t levitate easily hurts its overall appeal, the sound quality out of this thing is great. Capable of filling up a room and easily pairing with an iOS device, it’s a nifty item that has a solid five-hour battery life as well. As stated before, its small size makes it something you could put anywhere, from a kitchen to even a bathroom.

So while it may not work for everyone exactly the way it should, the Plox Star Wars Levitating Death Star Bluetooth Speaker is still an awesome piece of nostalgia and modern technology that you’ll get plenty of usage out of if you live and breath everything Star Wars. Just don’t get too angry when you can’t get it to levitate.

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