- Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 11.7 x 13.5 cm ; 299 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 590 g
- Batteries 2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: 984-000841
- ASIN: B06XH2QR2Z
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 13 November 2017
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UE WONDERBOOM Super Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker, Fireball Red
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- SURPRISINGLY SERIOUS SOUND - Don't let the small package fool you, each UE WONDERBOOM delivers massive, crisp, clear 360-degree sound so you can liven up the party
- IPX7 WATERPROOF - Play your music safely around water with this speaker's IPX7-rated waterproofing
- BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY - Connect to your UE WONDERBOOM using Bluetooth and keep on playing up to 100 feet (30M) away
- 10-HOUR BATTERY LIFE - Play for up to 10 hours on a single charge. Listen to your music for longer without having to get the charging cable
- DOUBLE UP - Hold the UE button on your UE WONDERBOOM to connect it with other devices
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Meet the UE WONDERBOOM. Don’t let the small package fool you: it packs SURPRISINGLY SERIOUS SOUND. Each portable speaker is capable of outputting a big, clear, crisp 86 decibels of 360-degree sound so it’s loud enough to liven up any party or to just chill out.
Enjoying your music around water? No problem – the UE WONDERBOOM has been IPX7 rated, to withstand depths of 1 meter for up to 30 minutes. Enjoy it in the rain, around the shower or in the tub!
Each UE WONDERBOOM is powered by Bluetooth allowing you to connect up to 100ft (30M) away without your music dropping out. Seamlessly control your music from across the room.
Tired of short battery life? The UE WONDERBOOM lasts for up to 10 hours on a single charge, so you can listen for longer. Run out of charge? Plug it in and 2.8 hours later you’re ready to go again.
It’s easy to get started with your UE WONDERBOOM. Just hold the UE logo once to play and press it again to pause a song. Want to skip a song? Just double tap it and you’re good to go.
Make the most of your UE WONDERBOOM by wirelessly pairing two UE WONDERBOOMS together. Connect up to two UE WONDERBOOMS to the same source at the same time. Hold the UE button at the top of your UE WONDERBOOM and pair up with others to party louder.
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JBL Flip 4
- Best quality sound of the 3 (amazing quality - very similar to Bose Soundlink Mini)
- No noticeable crackle at max volume with high treble in music
- Strongest/deepest bass (my table was shaking on max volume)
- Very loud max volume
Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM
- Smaller than JBL 4 but larger than Bose Micro
- Crackling at max volume for some songs with high treble (Was not expecting this)
- Bass is not as strong (very slight bass)
- Very loud max volume (similar to JBL 4)
Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth
- Smallest of the 3
- Max sound was at 75% that of JBL 4/Ultimate Ears
- Sounds "muffled" and not clear (quality is not even close to that of Bose Soundlink Mini)
- Exposed charging slot (is this really waterproof?)
Overall - I would pick JBL (amazing quality & very similar to Bose Soundlink Mini, but waterproof!) and Ultimate Ears for portability (75 % size of JBL 4). The Bose Micro, although very small, had really poor quality sound for the price (most disappointing).
My only con to the wonderboom is battery indicator. When I received it, I looked up the manual and said that you hold the volume up + volume down on the unit to hear a "tone" that will indicate what the battery level is at. That there is a High, Medium and Low tone. Well I had no idea what tone I was hearing when I pushed the buttons. I was googling like crazy trying to hear/understand which tone the device was at. Charged it over night and realized what the difference was: The "High" battery tone has three little chimes that are higher pitch. The "Medium" get a little lower in pitch, with two chimes. And the "Low" is deepest in pitch and only has one chime.
I actually dropped it accidently from counter height to a tile floor and it was fine
The giant plus and vertical line are the volume control buttons.
The waterproof claim does NOT mean you can actually float it around in your pool (you can have it immersed one meter (about 3 feet) underwater for 30 minutes) but it does float. Make sure you close the little rubber door that has the USB charger input before getting it wet.
I would not use this in a shower directly, it has a pattern to the surface that collects soap scum. I was able to scrub this off, but it is a bit annoying.
Tap the UE button once to play or hit pause. Press again to resume the track. Tap it twice to skip to the next song. Long press it to sync with another nearby Wonderboom speaker.. Press again to resume the track.
Pairing was simple, paired with a Chromebook and an android phone with no trouble. For the Chromebook it would stay connected about 40 feet (through walls), with the phone it was about 30 feet. Line of sight worked for at least 60 feet.
A total of three trials, playing at full volume (to test it) the battery lasted 6 hours, 5.5 hours and a little over 6 hours. I am sure it would last longer at a lower volume.
You can push both volume buttons at the same time and it gives you an audio tone to tell you it is it “high” charge which is a series of notes of increasing pitch, “medium” charge which is a couple of tones, and “low” which is a series of decreasing pitch notes.
You cannot tell the battery level visually. The directions said 2.8 hours, so I left it 3 hours it was still giving me the “medium tone"
After five hours I got the “high” charge. I am not a fan of this sort of battery indicator.
You cannot tell the battery level visually. The directions said 2.8 hours, so I left it for 3 and it seemed fully charged but again, there is no visual indicator. After 2.8 hours it was still giving me the “medium” tone. After five hours I got the “high” charge. I am not a fan of this sort of battery indicator.
I also would really like an audio jack, I have a couple other Bluetooth speakers and both have this option. It uses less power from the device being used to play it, and I can also use them with my Sansa Clip that does not have Bluetooth.