Floating Wireless Speaker

Weatherproof Floating Wireless Speaker

Want to bring your favorite music into the pool without having to strap a waterproof MP3 player around your head? Try this weatherproof speaker.

Specifications:

  • Weatherproof floating speaker.
  • Speakers comply to International Weather Proofing Standards (Level 1PX7).
  • Can go up to nine feet underwater for up to 30 minutes.
  • Speaker is equipped with two Ultra Bright LED Mood lights on each side.
  • 1x Wireless Stereo Speakers (Each speaker contains 1×3″ 5 watt main).
  • Audio in 3.5 mm jack on transmitter.
  • DC in jack on transmitter.
  • Auto on/off on transmitter.
  • Up to 150 Foot outside range.
  • Up to 6 hours Battery life (depending on volume).
  • Add up to 10 extra speakers per transmitter.
  • Speaker works great out of the water as well.
  • Speaker Power source: 6 x AA Batteries.
  • Transmitter Power Source: 4x AA Batteries or included UL AC Wall plug.
  • Speaker weighs 1 lb. 11.4oz.

Weatherproof Floating Wireless Speaker

The Weatherproof Floating Wireless Speaker is available from the Neiman Marcus website for $149.99.

(Geek Life Blog via Coolest Gadgets)

7 Comments

  1. These are great speakers and you can team them with the Schooner speakers to have up to 10 wireless speakers working together.

  2. This is one of the more stylish wireless speakers that I have seen, I love to play soccer and basketball SO i would really enjoy this speaker

  3. There has been an explosion in the number of Bluetooth speakers that are rated IPX7. IPX7 rated waterproof speakers can be submerged in 1m of water for more than 3o minutes, so they are properly and truly waterproof. A lot of the manufacturers who are making speakers with this type of rating would nowadays ensure that their speakers can also float. Here’s a list of floating and not floating “pool” speakers or whatever they call them: https://www.outeraudio.com/floating-pool-speakers/. There are plenty of other similar lists available online.

    So, this is really not that novel of an idea anymore, but if it is important to you to actually have s speaker that physically floats, then I suggest you read some reviews and advice and make sure your IPX7 speaker actually does because not all of them do. 😉

Leave a Reply

Your email address is optional. If provided it will not be published or shared.


*