Most speakers look like a shoe box with pin holes in it. Outdoor Tech's design focused team wouldn't allow anything of the sort and instead created the patented signature triangle-themed construction providing omnidirectional room filling audio, a design aesthetic appropriate for architectural digest and construction built for the Appalachian trail. Its heavily water-resistant, dust-proof and shock-proof outer shell is probably tougher than you are, and its built-in microphone functionality means you'll be having hands-free conference calls before you know it. More water-resistant than most, with the premium level audio goods, the Turtle Shell 2.0 allows you to share your music wherever your training wheels will take you, without the insane price tag.
Using the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology, the Turtle Shell 2.0 wirelessly connects with your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or any other Bluetooth-enabled device. It streams crystal clear audio for a range of up to 32 feet for 16 hours on a single battery charge. That means you have to be within thirty-two feet of the party and the party has to last 16 hours or less. We know, the latter is a little tough, but you have to go to class at some point.
Designed and built with the hard core outdoors person in mind, the Turtle Shell 2.0 is smaller and lighter than most, and comes equipped with the features necessary to keep the music playing wherever your road may lead. Drop it, play hot potato with it, skip down your favorite dusty country path with it, you name it; the Turtle Shell will handle it all, with its rubber-coated shell keeping out the dust and absorbing substantial impacts. Its IP65 water-resistance rating means it will withstand any amount of water short of submersion, so the occasional heavy rain shower or splash of water will do no harm. It just can't replace your favorite battleship bubble bath toy...but we all know you're too old for that anyway. Your shower on the other hand is fair game.
Have your next conference call on the best-looking Bluetooth speaker out there. Make and receive hands-free calls from anywhere, any time. Mario Cart and multi-person calls about how to still obtain burritos should a natural disaster occur just became part of your repertoire. Go ahead and put multi-tasking on your resume, you deserve it.