Over the years, Tribit has produced Bluetooth headphones and speakers with a better budget, starting with its XFree Tune and XSound Go, respectively. The latter speaker is still there and provides surprisingly good sound for less than 30 dollars. Now Tribit’s SoundLink Micro speaker is making an excellent budget version of Bose. The new model is the StormBox Micro and it’s one of the finest pocket speakers I heard.
In what appeared to be a price mistake last week, this speaker shrank briefly to $26.77. If not, you will use the on-page voucher that reduces the price to $40.
It is fully waterproof (IP67 rating) and can provide a moderate battery life for up to eight hours. Although it does not seem to be as durable or as sleek as the SoundLink Micro, it appears to be well constructed and you can wirelessly link two to create a stereo pair.
CNET’S AWARD: Cnet’s choice for “The best portable mini Bluetooth speaker for 2020”.
SIZE-DEFYING SOUND – Tribit StormBox Micro Bluetooth speaker may be small, but it is both loud and powerful, making it definitely the life of any party! Regardless of the type of tunes you play, full-sounding mids and trebles will bring your music to life.
SURPRISINGLY WEIGHTY BASS – Adopt exclusive built-in XBass tuning DSP technology, This outstanding wireless speaker will reward you with more extension bass. A resoundingly deep bass will surprise you with its versatility in handling different genres.
100% WATERPROOF – IP67 means this portable speaker has unparalleled water and dust protection. Waterproof technology, plus a fabric-covered exterior, will keep it safe and in good working order if it falls into the water, even if it is soapy or salty.
ADVENTURE-READY – Take this outdoor speaker as a perfect companion to rock climbing, cycling or hiking, and be prepared to take your experience up a notch. Attach the tear-resistant silicone strap to handlebars or backpacks, it’ll hold tight every time.
DOUBLE UP, NOW IN STEREO – Ready to double the fun? The wireless stereo technology allows you to pair your speaker to a second Micro, pumping up your auditory experience with bigger sound and stereo effects.