Scosche boomBOTTLE is now available
Scosche is back again with a spanking new audio peripheral for those who tend to spend plenty of time in the great outdoors. I am referring to the Scosche boomBOTTLE, which comes across as a new kind of mobile speaker that is capable of streaming music even when you are biking, hiking, or camping, among other outdoor pursuits. First unveiled at CES 2013 earlier this year, the Scosche boomBOTTLE actually managed to pick up the gong for an Innovations and Design Award Honoree, as it claims to offer remarkable audio quality whenever you are on the go.
Just what makes the Scosche boomBOTTLE different from the rest of the mobile speakers that are in the market? Well, this unique speaker will come with a durable non-slip, shock absorbing TPU exterior, which is strong enough to be able to withstand drops or vibrations which are attributed to traveling on rough terrain. Not only that, since it boasts of IP4X ratings for its weatherproof construction, it will also ensure that the Scosche boomBOTTLE remains protected from the likes of unexpected weather, sweat and other kinds of moisture. Heck, it even boasts of sealed dustproof speaker grills so that your ears will be able to enjoy maximum audio quality as far as possible.
There will be dual 40mm drivers incorporated that deliver rich, clear audio with amplified acoustics, which should be decent enough a performer for even the loudest of outdoor environments. Individual speakers feature an omnidirectional diffuser which will be able to channel music in all directions, resulting in 360 degrees of immersive sound. The boomBOTTLE has been blessed with incredible bass, where this is made possible courtesy of a large passive subwoofer which has been housed in a tuned and ported enclosure for optimum performance.
It also has a wireless range of 33 feet, doing away with the need for pesky cables that might trip you up. The grey boomBOTTLE can be yours for $149.99, although those looking for green, yellow, pink and blue shades will have to wait until this May.