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    If You Sing In The Shower, You Need This Waterproof Speaker

    *sings into shampoo bottle*

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    I don't know about you, but singing in the shower is one of my favorite hobbies.

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    My neighbors love this about me.

    If you, too, pretend you're Mariah Carey while you bathe, you need to get this VicTsing waterproof speaker that only costs $18.99 and sticks right onto your shower wall so you can blast music at the level of your choosing.

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    It also comes with a hook if you'd prefer to hang it from your showerhead or curtain rod. Either way, it'll help you set your inner rock star free.

    Four THOUSAND Amazon customers gave this speaker four stars or more, and considering one reviewer straight-up dropped this thing in a river, fished it out, and claims it was still playing music, I'm confident that you can trust them.

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    By the looks of this picture, she also opened her faucet directly onto it (I kinda feel bad for the speaker?) and apparently it still worked perfectly. Here's what the reviewer had to say:

    "I was sold the second I dropped this speaker in the river, fished it out, and it was still playing music. I have also dropped it in the shower, brushed the soap off, and stuck it back on the wall. It gets loud, easily connects to Bluetooth, and is waterproof. I cannot imagine anything better than this portable speaker.

    EDIT: After 11 months of frequent use, and water exposure, my speaker no longer holds a charge. I'm going to buy this exact speaker again in a different color. I still love it." —Viciouslikeme

    As Amazon user Viciouslikeme said, you just connect the speaker to a Bluetooth-enabled device and then play your music as loud as you'd like — aka loud enough so you can't actually hear how off-key you are.

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    No more turning up your phone to full blast, still not quite hearing the music over the water, and subsequently singing, "And now my buttcheeks smell like you" to Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" for months without realizing that this is, in fact, not the lyric. Plus, as one reviewer pointed out, you don't have to risk damaging your phone in the bathroom:

    "It has good range. I use it in the shower and leave my iPhone in the next room to avoid steam/water getting in the phone, and it still works." —fred o.

    Not a shower singer like moi? You can also use this battery-powered speaker for beach trips, hikes, parties, or making a hands-free phone call in the bathroom, if that's your style.

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    Take it from one ~outdoorsy~ reviewer (no, that's not their picture above), who says that this speaker is sturdy AF and won't die in the middle of your outing:

    "This thing is the bomb. It's infinitely better than phone speakers, and is SOLID! I am a photographer and avid hiker and I use this for both. When doing photo shoots on-location I can put on music for everyone to hear while we work. Battery life is pretty good, since I've never had it die during a session. Also, I have dropped this a bunch of times, and it hasn't even gotten a dent. I have also gotten it wet, and had it playing in subzero temps. I love it, and even if it eventually did break or die, I would buy another." —Nehemiah Urban

    Whether you want some tunes for your next camping trip or you're ready to finally nail that shower duet with Mariah, ditch your phone and turn up this lil' speaker, stat.

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    Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

    Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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