Almost perfect but not quite, annoying hand gestures.
Juan m Marquez, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: Almost perfect, except for the hand gestures for pausing, forwarding etc, if I'm skating with the blu tooth attach to my belt my hands will pause it and all sorts of crazy things, I'll put some tape over it to prevent this from happening.
Summary: The speaker looks and feels great. Doesn't feel cheap at all. Pairing the device with my ipod/laptop was effortless which was awesome. My only gripe with the device is that i wish the bass was more noticeable, but for a small portable speaker, it's adequate. I got this at a great price of $13.
Summary: I just recently discovered that my ShoqBox fits perfectly in my bike water bottle cage. The rubber surround keeps if from slipping. It's great having music when riding with a group. The only downside is the song/volume sensor. It needs a piece of tape over it or it will constantly change songs.
Summary: This speaker sounds great. The music is very good, especially for the price. Similar quality speakers tend to be double the price of this one. The speaker doesn't have buttons (other than the power button) and only a sensor to play/pause, skip songs, etc.
Summary: Not the greatest sound quality for all you sound perfectionists but great for what it is... Can take it with you anywhere. Nice size, durable, and splash proof. I love that any of my friends can instantly jump on and I jump off from our iPhones when they suddenly have a song they want me to hear.
Summary: I don't have any major complaints about this unit, but at its price point I expected a little more. Setup for basic use is very simple: I turned it on and my phone easily found and paired with it. There's only one button, however. Turn on, turn off, check battery, or change the language.