The perfect Bluetooth speaker for any outdoor activity
Poolside, parkside, trailside, beachside, or rolling a dozen deep with your scooter gang, the Buckshot is a small Bluetooth speaker that brings savage sound from a tiny package.
Nothing measures up to the Buckshot speakers' ultra-portable, tougher-than-you-are rugged design, and with the Buckshot 2.0, we're pretty much leaving the industry with its shirt pulled over its head, nose bloody, wallet missing.
This little Bluetooth speaker packs a punch
This mini sonic boom can ride shotgun on your pack, strapped to your handlebars as a bike speaker, your ski pole, your wingsuit, or the roof of your car, even if that makes no sense.
Bringing the party with you,
wherever you go
You can take this small Bluetooth speaker, and your soundtrack, wherever you go. And that's dope. Big(ger) sound, small package. Stop laughing, start packing.
A 20-HOUR battery, for 33% longer listening time from this small speaker. That leaves four hours in the day for sleeping, eating, or feeding your fish (we suggest a combination of the three).
60 FEET of Bluetooth range, so you can party down from three times as far away.
PLUS a fancy-yet-functional clip that lets you hang it from your belt, strap it to your bag or handlebars, or screw it to any 1/4" threaded post, just like a camera.
And it wouldn't be very OT of us to go through all the trouble of making a new version of our badass baby Bluetooth® speaker without making it louder. SO WE DID.
WHAT'S NOT NEW (BUT STILL AWESOME)
VOICE-ACTIVATION that lets you take calls, voice-dial, and summon Siri for obscure trivia answers.
EASY EXTERNAL CONTROLS for changing tracks and volume IRL. Because while you're listening for longer, from further away than ever before, with the Buckshot 2.0 hanging from a tree or the bars of your scraper bike, we want you to be able to hear every song in your "Been Trill" playlist with perfect clarity and absolutely no worries. It was already good, but the Buckshot 2.0 is better than ever. Like we said before, sorry not sorry. In fact, you're welcome.