- Brand Name: CaseSmpl
Jawbone Jambox Mobile Case for Bikes, Scooters, Backpacks and More
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- Secure mounting that allows the music to play
- Listen to Jambox on the go
- Mounts to anything*
- Speaker controls are accessable
- Perfect for Handlebar mount
- Made in the USA
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The material is fairly cheap, though some parts, like the tab that closes the case have some sort of vinyl instead of the mesh. There isn't any padding. It is isn't waterproof or water resistant. It is just what it is. For $15, I'd give it a great review. For $20 I'd give it a good review. But for $35, I just feel ripped off. Bottom line, if you had any gumption whatsoever, you could probably make something similar that wouldn't be much worse (or better) than what you have here.
Edit: A few more thoughts after using it for a month... First of all, I'd like the straps to be longer. The unit is designed to sit on the front of handlebars, but that area on my bike is too crowded. I attach it instead to the handle bar post, facing me, but the straps just barely make it. It would also be nice if there were more ways to attach the unit to the bike. Maybe that means more straps on other areas of the case? Anyway, it would be great if this was more versatile. And yes, the jambox buttons do get pressed in on occasion, so some sort of solution to that problem would also be welcomed. And one word on the sound. The jambox is great when not moving, but when biking, the sound decreases substantially. You'll still hear it, but if you're like me, you'll kind of always wish it was a bit louder. Obviously that has nothing to do with the case, just an FYI.
The only thing I'd change is to put the clear little window on the opposite side. When I strap it onto the handlebars of my road bike, the volume buttons sometimes get pressed by the handle bar. Solution: roll the Jambox 180 degrees inside the case and you're done.
Cons: Straps are a bit short, so mounting can be limited, however I made my own velcro extenders, so the problem was very easily solved.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
E xcellent product. Fit very well and easy to adjust to the bikePublished 10 months ago by Claribel Gonzalez
A clever holding case for when riding a bicycle. Good quality.Published 13 months ago by Thomas J. Krueger
I have a Jambox Mini. It is very loose in this case. There is no access holes for the controls.Published 14 months ago by Scott A. Ferree
Returned. The case doesn't attach very firmly, and it just hangs off the handlebars. Not only that but even at maximum volume with the speaker aimed at me, I couldn't hear... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jeremiah Dudek
Love the concept and have purchased for both jambox and big jambox. However the clear piece is on the wrong side so that when it is attached you cannot control volume.Published 19 months ago by Cynthia Holloway