Summary: It is a great system and does everything i want, from playing my tunes to charging my phone. The sound quality is good to but it lacks a little bit of power to really make some noise... however for the size it can fill a campsite with suitable noise.
Summary: Portable, light, easy to use, loud enough, decent sound. It's a little muddy in terms of bass and the treble isn't quite as crystal clear as one would like, but overall it sounds decent. The battery/AC option covers the scenarios you need it to.
Summary: Quality sound for the size. Size is a little smaller than I expected - about half the size of a piece of notebook paper. Powerful solar panel - stays fully charged well. Tough exterior - construction feels and looks solid. The package comes bare bones - only a usb cord. No wall adapter, no auxiliary cord. After the first time it was exposed to water there looks to be water in or under the solar panel. What happened to "water resistant?
Summary: I purchased this speaker primarily for beach trips and tailgating. Here are the pros: very small and portable, charges even when it is cloudy, holds its charge extremely well, bluetooth connectivity is great. Here are the cons: the top volume level isn't that loud (you need to have this speaker within 5 feet or so of where you want to hear it IF you are outside...indoors..no problems at all), music that is streamed online (i.e.
Summary: It is moderate size not large but this is what makes it sooooo portable. Got it on a daily deal for $75 and it is worth that and more. Brought it to the beach and pool all summer. Never needed a charge. Sound is great and I have several other bluetooth speaker systems. Just as good as Jabra and half the price with a solar panel. Not sure if it would charge my smart phone though? Thinking about buying a second unit to listen to muscic/podacasts at work.
Summary: I've had a Bose Soundlink for two years AND I LOVE IT! For a day trip in a relatively safe environment it is amazing. That being said, do I want to take my $300 stereo someplace where it may get wet or rained on? No. The other drawback is that you can't charge it without a/c or buying the 12 volt adapter they finally released a few months ago.