I've been looking for a good rugged outdoor wireless speaker for a while. If I'm cranking up Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (you haven't lived until you've heard my Bob Dylan-Tom Petty version of Refugee) down at the ranch, I need a wireless speaker that can bounce around in a 4-wheel-drive jeep across rocks and cactus and still blast out the tunes.
I found exactly what I was looking for with the Buckshot Wireless Speaker.
The Buckshot is a super rugged and water-resistant wireless speaker by Outdoor Tech. It's loaded with features like an included bike mount, a microphone for calls and a shock-resistant body.
Its rugged, rubberized exterior means that it's no big deal if you drop it and the built-in speakerphone and microphone let you have hands-free calls wherever you want (even on top of Charlotte Mountain).
The included bicycle mount allows you to mount the Buckshot to your bicycle handlebars (I strap it to my ammo box) or anything else with a similar profile.
I like the fact that it wirelessly connects with my iPhone, iPod and iPad and any other Bluetooth-enabled device. It streams rock-solid audio up to 32 feet for 10 hours on a single charge. The Buckshot rocks with a rich, full sound that's perfect when I'm listening to Dwight Yoakum on the ranch patio.
You want specs? The Buckshot:
* Wirelessly connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device
* Comes with a mount accessory (ammo box NOT included)
* Is dust and waterproof (just don't drop it in the stock tank and expect it to work)
* Has a rugged, minimal design
* Uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery
* Allows 16 hours of hi-fi sound or talk time
* Has a range of up to 33 feet from device
Total cost for all of this wireless wonderfulness is less than $50. If you like to take your tunes outside, then grab a Buckshot Wireless Speaker and get going. We give the Buckshot 5 (out of 5) shotgun shells.