The 4 Best Wireless Speakers For Backpacking

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Backpacking is eventually a ‘thing’ these days. Whether you’re a millennial or luster for adventure, music is one of the greatest companions on an adventure. Well, aside from food, of course. What more way to spend it than having your wireless speakers on the trip.

Wireless speakers are the new “it” these days. Some people use wireless speakers for connectivity and convenience. Others buy wireless speakers as their companion on an outdoor activity like the beach or the camp.

Want to know the best wireless speakers for backpackers? Here is our list of our top 4 wireless speakers for backpackers in no particular order.

1. JBL Charge 3

This badass waterproof wireless speaker is the best companion for any beach party. You don’t need to worry about your wireless speaker getting fried. You can fully submerge the Charge 3 in a meter deep of water for up to 30 minutes without damage.

The JBL Charge 3 approximately weighs 1.76 pounds and has dimensions of 3.43 x 9.09 x 3.48 inches. This wireless speaker is portable that comes with big sounds. It’s capable of filling a large room with booming music. Well, if you want to experience the best sound of the JBL Charge 3, you have to be within a 20 feet distance from the speaker.

2. Braven BRV-1ra

The heavyweight champion of all wireless speakers. Braven’s BRV-1 is a rugged, bulky looking wireless speaker. This wireless speaker is five inches in width and about two inches high.

This wireless speaker is waterproof and shockproof. It has an incredible battery life that can last up to 15 hours.

The Braven BRV-1 produces excellent sound quality. And one cool feature of this wireless speaker is that you can use the Braven BRV-1 as a backup battery for your smartphones or tablets.

3. Eton Rugged Rukus

The battery is always a significant problem when it comes to gadgets. For long-time backpackers and wanderlust people, this is the perfect wireless speaker for you.

Eton has solved this problem by attaching a solar panel on its Rugged Rukus. No need to buy a separate solar panel to charge your gadgets. It doesn’t mean that the battery lasts forever. Instead, the speaker can recover a full charge after five hours in the sun. You can also use it to charge other mobile devices.

4. Grace Digital ECOXGEAR ECOXBT

Unlike others who want to go small, the ECOXBT isn’t a wireless speaker that conforms to the “norms.” The ECOXGEAR ECOXBT sports a 9 inches long exterior.

Aside from sporting the largest wireless speaker, this big baby is waterproof. This wireless speaker can survive splashes of water and can also be immersed up to one meter deep for about 30 minutes. Accompanied with this wireless speaker is a battery that runs up to ten hours. This is another mark in favor of this speaker.

So those are our top 4 wireless speakers for backpackers. Do you think we missed a spot? Let us know in the comments below.

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