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Outdoor Tech OT2301 Buckshot 2.0 Rugged Waterproof Super-Portable Wireless Speaker , Black
|Battery Life||24 Hours|
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- Big Sound from a tiny, go-anywhere wireless speaker
- Party (and trail, and pool) ready shock- dust- and Waterproof (Ipx6) design
- 3 secure mounting options (clip, strap, ¼” threaded insert) handle more Action than you’ll ever get
- 24-Hour battery life cause you can Sleep when you're dead
- 100-Foot Bluetooth range goes long, makes plays
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Buckshot 2.0 - Rugged waterproof super-portable wireless speaker
- Top 5 features
1. Big sound from a tiny, go-anywhere wireless speaker.
2. Party (and trail, and pool) ready shock- dust- and waterproof (IPX6) design.
3. 3 secure mounting options (clip, strap, ¼” threaded insert) handle more action than you’ll ever get.
4. 20-hour battery life ‘cause you can sleep when you’re dead.
5. 60-foot Bluetooth range goes long, makes plays.
6. Integrated mic for speakerphone capability, voice dialing, and asking Siri how much the Earth weighs. (answer: 13,170,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 lbs).
Rugged waterproof super-portable wireless speaker
The Buckshot 2.0 is putting tiny phone speakers on notice, with huge sound from an ultra-portable, waterproof and shockproof wireless mini-speaker. Secure multi-way mounting, 60-foot Bluetooth range, 20-hour battery life, andRugged waterproof super-portable wireless speaker.
Poolside, parkside, trailside, beachside, or rolling a dozen deep with your scooter gang, the Buckshot brings savage sound from a tiny package. Nothing measures up to the Buckshot’s ultra-portable, tougher-than-you-are rugged design, and with the Buckshot 2.0, we’re pretty much leaving the industry with its shirt pulled over its head, nose bloody, wallet missing. Pretty unfair if we’re honest, but hey, we aren’t saying sorry. This mini sonic boom can ride shotgun on your pack, strapped to your handlebars, your ski pole, your wingsuit, or the roof of your car, even if that makes no sense. That’s not the point. The point is you can take it, and your soundtrack, wherever you go. And that’s dope.
What's New :
A 20-Hour battery, for 33% longer listening time. That leaves four hours in the day for sleeping, eating, or feeding your fish (we suggest a combination of the three).
60 Feet of Bluetooth range, so you can party down from three times as far away.
Plus a fancy-yet-functional clip that lets you hang it from your belt, strap it to your bag or handlebars, or screw it to any ¼” threaded post, just like a camera.
And it wouldn’t be very OT of us to go through all the trouble of making a new version of our badass baby Bluetooth speaker without making it louder.
So we did.
What’s not new (but still awesome) :
Shockproof, Ipx6-rated Dust- and Waterproof toughness that lets the Buckshot ride with you through storms, over mountains, and down the trail.
Voice - activation that lets you take calls, voice-dial, and summon Siri for obscure trivia answers.
Easy external controls for changing tracks and volume IRL.
Because while you’re listening for longer, from further away than ever before, with the Buckshot 2.0 hanging from a tree or the bars of your scraper bike, we want you to be able to hear every song in your “Been Trill” playlist with perfect clarity and absolutely no worries. It was already good, but the Buckshot 2.0 is badder than ever. Like we said before, sorry not sorry. In fact, you’re welcome.
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The buckshot 2.0 is the tough little wireless speaker bringing big sound wherever you go. Its ultra-portable size, multiple mounting options and rugged, dust-, shock-, and waterproof design let the buckshot ride shotgun all day, inside and out, while 24 hours of battery life and an impressive 100 feet of Bluetooth range let you party longer, louder, and harder than ever before.
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I should mention that I take good care with all my devices. This device (which is waterproof) has never gotten wet because I don’t ride in the rain. This device is marketed as being so “rugged”, but I found it to be remarkably fragile. The first one I purchased became unusable after a year. The charge port somehow became bent despite me always being gentle when inserting the charge cable. I contacted Amazon and they provided a replacement, so I was satisfied. I figured that I just happened to get a lemon. Well, less than nine months after getting the replacement, I have the SAME issue again! My battery is low (and how I HATE that annoying voice!) and I am unable to charge it, so soon my “rugged” Buckshot speaker will become a paperweight.
It may very well run for 20 hours, but after about 6 hours it starts to give you and audio warning that cuts off the music to say, "Battery low." This starts when my phone is reporting that the speaker has a 60% charge. The warning repeats at irregular frequency as often as every 3 seconds, but sometimes gives a few minutes between interruptions. Sometimes the warnings will stop altogether for a while, but then will start again. There is no way to turn off this annoying audio warning that interrupts your music.
I have written to Customer Support a couple of times and never got a response. I asked if there was a way to disable this warning. Clearly if I am out riding, I can't do anything about a low battery and don't need to be told about it constantly, especially if the speaker will continue to run for another 8 hours with the remaining power. The lack of response is the main reason I gave one star. I would give zero if I could.
Just one example of how frustrating this can be: I was on a long bike ride and about 100 miles in, I had to pedal up a 700 ft climb with a max grade of about 11%. In cycling terms, that is a little rough. It was much hard when I tried to put on an energetic song to motivate me, but every few seconds the sad robot voice would cut off my music to whine, "battery low." It was the opposite of inspirational. I have a Bose bluetooth speaker that is bigger, heavier, and more awkward to mount on my bike, but I have switched back to that.
I had no problems mounting it to the handlebar using the supplied strap. It seemed secure enough for my road riding. The battery lasted the duration of the ride, I couldn't have asked for more. The volume was loud enough for me to hear it, and hear traffic around me; it was the perfect balance.
The inaugural use was on a weekend hiking trip. I strapped the light speaker to the outside of my pack, linked it up, and had my ears blasted with crunchy splotches of music. Evidently, Mr. Buckshot couldn't connect too well, given the fact that my phone was in my front pocket, roughly 3 feet away. To test, I moved the phone closer and, behold, it worked!! So, for the remainder of the hiking trip, I had to stow my phone adjacent to the speaker on my pack, which meant: no pictures, no telling time, no changing songs/playlists. (Who needs to manually change songs anyways??)
Since then, I've given it another field test or two, with the same results. The bluetooth on this speaker is so bad, I almost enjoy it. Being a masochist, if the thing talked down to me in between its awful reception ("you like that sh**ty connectivity, don't you?"), I'd likely keep it. But it doesn't, so it's like gratification denial without any of the fun.
Overall, the weight is good, the size is good, but it literally cannot perform its only task. As they say, fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice....can't get fooled again.
Top reviews from other countries
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It is a great front pocket size of your shirt. I work where I can listen to music but can’t use headphones and having a larger speaker that I can’t walk around with doesn’t work, the size and sound we’re perfect for my needs.
I would buy again based on size and what I use it for but I hope in the future the connection is more robust so I can charge the thing.
Great sound for its size, not good charger connection.