Looking for an awesome new gadget to enhance almost any social situation? FanBolt was recently introduced to Boombotix, a company that makes some killer portable speakers. With a full range stereo and bass woofer, their newest product, REX, is super handy for those beach trips or cookouts where you want to have music outside – but your phone just isn’t loud enough.
The REX was just introduced last month and is Bluetooth enabled. It’s also incredibly sturdy – they almost challenge you to break it with a “No Matter What” one year warranty… Something clumsy me truly appreciates. You can also pick up a “tuff SKIN” to add to the durability.
REX is also water resistant with a rechargeable all day battery – which made it my go to device for the pool this month while I was testing it out. My friends were able to connect with it as well and play their music – and it even has a built in speakerphone and voice assistant – making it perfect for group calling a friend to harass them to come join you poolside!
Speakers for the Beach
We also tested it out at the beach – where again our phones weren’t loud enough over the sound of the waves. The REX allowed for us to crank up the volume without any distortion. After returning home from the summer vacation, we now have the little guy in our office
Overall, it’s a handy and affordable gadget at $99.99, and it comes in an array of colors to fit your personality. I personally love the mint green version that I got to review.
Both REX and Boombot2+ feature the below key features:
- Full-range stereo
- Built-in speakerphone
- Rechargeable lithium ion battery
- Built-in clip for portability
- Complete wireless control
- Lines In/Out to rock it hardwired with mp3 players and other music
- products without Bluetooth technology
- Siri/Voice integration
- IPX5 waterproof rating
- Polycarbonate parts for full customization
The REX ($99.99) and Boombot2+ ($59.99) are available through Boombotix.com website.
*FanBolt did receive a sample product from which this review is based. These are our true views, and we have not been compensated for them.