This looked so much smaller than I expected which is why I put it next to an AA battery for scale. It produces loud sound from it although when I put at max volume, I could start hearing the sound quality being muffled a little bit but if you put it at around 80% volume, that’s where the sweet spot of this speaker because it is nice and sharp and produces a little bit of bass although again, you won’t expect anything great bass out from this speaker due to this size so keep that in mind.
I would have liked to see a 3.5mm aux port on this speaker but I rarely use it anyway because that’s the whole point of buying a Wireless speaker, is to use it wirelessly. It has a microUSB port which is how you charge this thing and a small LED indicator next to the port which determines whether if it’s still charging or not. It has a little tag on the top so you can put a string through it and carry it around you and have no worries of dropping it.
I definitely love the portability of this thing, it’s easy to take it with you and gives out good sound for only £13.99. I’d say this is worth it although could be improved like the ability to replace the battery or putting a 3.5mm aux port.
Technology: BT 3.0, A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
Input: DC 5V
Charging Time: 2 hours
Play Time: 4 hours
Standby Time: Up to 80 hours
Operating Range: Up to 10m / 33ft
Battery Type: Li-Polymer (600mAh)