Popular Wireless Bluetooth Speakers Design

Wireless Bluetooth speakers have been the talk of the town for a while now and it seems to me that they are not ceasing to be so for a while now. If you’re a music aficionado, it is very important that you choose the right kind of speakers to beautify your music experience. The three best wireless speakers that have gained much popularity are –

This list of three consists of my favourite wireless Bluetooth speakers in that order.

1. Turtle Shell: The speakers are visually very appealing and carry a fantastic geometric design. I am not very happy with the handsome price tag of $129.95 and I believe it is not the best choice for those who love bass in their music. However, the water resistant speaker can get pretty loud without any distortion in the voice and therefore are among the best in the market.

The design of the Turtle Shell is pleasing to the eye. With dimensions of 2.1 by 5.6 by 3.9 inches (HWD), this 0.7 pound speaker sports an angular top panel with all triangles jutting out in a beautiful pattern. The black model one that you cannot take your eyes off and if you are one for style, Turtle Shell is the one for you.

2. Boombotix Boombot Rex: The catchy part is the LED that glows different colors depending on the pairing status. If you are looking for a rugged design to go with your denims, there is nothing better than the Boombot. These wireless Bluetooth speakers give a very clear output at low volumes. Sporting a fantastic design, these water resistant speakers are priced at $119 but I feel the cost is not justified because of the simple reason that there is considerable distortion at higher volumes.

With a hexagonal contour, the measurements read 3.2 by 3.4 by 2.2 inches (HWD). The ruggedness of the design comes from the fact that the semi-transparent speaker grille takes up the entire front panel. If you’re a biker who likes to indulge in adventure sports while sporting a cool look, the Boombotix Boombot is the one for you.

3. Bose SoundLink Mini:  Sporting a sturdy design, these wireless speakers live up to the name of the brand. Midrange and high-end sounds are loud and clear but the one problem annoyed me the most was the inability of the speakers to charge with the USB. Slightly on the expensive side at $199.95, the product is indeed value for money.

The fresh metal grille and the elegant aluminium shell give the speakers a classy look. The measurements stand at 2 by 7.1 by 2.3 inches (HWD) and the sleek design sells the device on its own. With a grey finish and with rubber covers going viral in the markets, the device adds to the cool look of the user. If you’re a person who likes to be in your zone and socialize with classy crowd, the Bose SoundLink Mini is the one for you.