For the past several weeks, my family has been enjoying the tunes coming out of our Turtle Shell 3.0 Wireless Speaker. This rugged speaker is perfect for our summer days & evenings filled with music, as we sit outdoors & enjoy the night air.
The Turtle Shell 3.0 has a range of 32 feet from your device (I use the music from my cell) & the control panel is super easy to use. It has four buttons that enable you to control the volume, change the song & even answer a phone call. Yep, that’s right, you can use the Bluetooth technology to pair it with your cell to make phone calls. Just push the middle button between the plus & minus sign, then answer an incoming call or even reject one. (Hold my calls please, I’m in the pool.)
Speaking of the pool, this boom box speaker is SO rugged that not only is it waterproof, but it is also dust AND shock proof? Plus it floats! That’s right, no need for a cute pool floatie, you can actually stick this on the water & it will float. Turtles can swim after all, right? 😉
The Turtle 3.0 can be in water up to 3 feet for 30 minutes. So whether you have it poolside on a wall or actually in the water, it’s just perfect for your next pool party!
The wireless Bluetooth speaker has 20 hours of play time & also the ability to act as a portable power bank for your phone or music player.
With the 3.0, the boom box is 20% louder that it’s earlier version. It comes in four colors: black, electric blue, gray & red. Whether you use the Turtle Shell 3.0 indoors or out, it has multiple functions & lots of potential.
For more information, visit the Outdoor Technology website to get product details or to find out where to buy. Don’t forget to check out their Facebook page for the latest updates!
Disclosure: No monetary compensation was received for this post. I received a complimentary sample which helped facilitate this review. All images are my own unless otherwise noted. As always, my opinions are 100% my own.
Chris - What I Run Into says
This is so cute and small! I love how great sound can come from small speakers.
Yep – small but mighty! 😉