Reviews and Problems with Braven 855 Bluetooth Speaker
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Premium water-resistant Braven 855s Bluetooth speaker packs some punch
22 December 2013
Summary: The Braven 855s is a bit overpriced, but it's built like a brick, delivers decent sound and has strong battery life.
Pros: The Braven 855s is ruggedly built, water-resistant, and sounds good for a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker. You can also pair up two speakers to amplify the sound or create stereo right/left speakers.
Cons: Expensive; a little bulky; can distort at higher volumes with certain tracks.
[REVIEW] BRAVEN 855s Bluetooth Speaker, Ruggedness And Power Together As One
3 October 2013
Excerpt: Similarly sized as its brother at 10 inches long and 4 inches wide, the 855s looks meaner with its “shock-absorbing, water-resistant” rubber exterior, but still incorporates that sleek aircraft-grade aluminium to shield its speakers. You really get the sense from its appearance that the 855s wants you to take it places and blast out some beats as you go. In the rain .
Braven's 855s can withstand the elements, and it can also be paired with a second speaker to provide excellent stereo sound quality
Good Gear Guide.au
22 December 2013
Summary: Braven's 855s is a Bluetooth speaker that's perfect if you're after something wireless, rugged, water resistant, and with great battery life. It can also supply very good sound quality, and can even be hooked up to a second Braven speaker for an enhanced stereo experience.
Pros: Strong build quality, Impressive overall sound, Excellent battery, True-Wireless link for stereo sound
Cons: Bass sounds weak, Buttons can be hard to see