Gets the job done, but ability to produce high volume and Bluetooth range degrade as battery power gets low
Kevin G., Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: All ratings are relative... meaning, I'm rating this not as though a 5/5 is the same as a high-end entertainment speaker system. I'm rating them as though 5/5 is the best possible quality I feel I can reasonably expect to get out of a small, portable Bluetooth speaker. Battery life: 3.5/5 Battery lasts quite a while but as the batteries start to get low it seems the Bluetooth range decreases as well as the volume.
Summary: Great product, great sound & not cheaply made at all. My only complaint (which is not that big of a deal) is that it it a lot bigger than i expected. My fault though, i probably could've looked up the dimensions.
Summary: I've had this speaker for a while and I'm satisfied for the most part. The main reasons I bought this was because of the three inch drivers and replaceable batteries. I've been into headphones and speakers for most of my life and larger drivers generally have a wider range. Most other bluetooth speakers less than $100 have tiny drivers in comparison.
Summary: This is the best Bluetooth speaker for the money. And, it runs on batteries and can be plugged-in too. The sound is good for the price, it can get loud enough to fill a room. BUT, it's not going to shake the ground. I'm impressed and would advise this over any of the expensive options.
Summary: I wanted to get this for use outside at my daughters softball games. I had seen someone use the jambox and was amazed at the sound, so I did my research and my the reviews and comparisons, I thought that this would be the better speaker....and it cost much less. Although it is wonderful inside, it just simply is not loud enough outside. I am perfectly happy with it though as it is now part of my home system and I use it frequently.
Summary: This is a very straightforward speaker. I have never owned any bluetooth speakers, but this was as easy to set up as it gets - turn on, press connect button until it beeps and turns blue (3 seconds), connect your device (an iPad, in my case). I ran it with batteries for the first few times I used it, running it a couple hours each time.