ECOSTONE: Shockproof Bluetooth Speaker Perfect for Your Next Road Trip

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Mobile audio outlet ECOXGEAR has made quite a name for themselves building “everything-proof” gear (my words, not theirs). Their lineup features speakers that are designed to take a serious beating whether from water, dust, shock, or whatever else you can throw at them.

Their latest ECOSTONE, in short, “is designed to be the world’s most rugged and reliable portable Bluetooth speaker to accompany you on all of your outdoor adventures.”

ECOSTONE Shockproof Bluetooth Travel Speaker

Like most of ECOXGEAR’s kit, the ECOSTONE has passed two critical tests that matter most to outdoor-loving audiophiles – it meets IP68 international waterproofing standards and military grade testing MIL810G. That means it can withstand anything from being 100% submerged in water to a sandstorm in the desert with temperatures up to 140°F.

Other features include:

  • IPX7 Waterproof
  • 3.5″ Drivers
  • Stereo 24W (12W x2) Speaker Drivers
  • Rear Mounted Subwoofer
  • Includes a built in LED flashlight
  • Top mounted battery indicator
  • 4-Step LED Battery Meter
  • USB Smartphone Charger

It’s all housed in a rubberized shockproof casing with a rear mounted subwoofer to give music lovers a speaker that can be enjoyed virtually anywhere you travel to. At roughly 10″ x 5″ x 4″, it’s on the larger side as far as portable speakers go. But that makes it perfect for road trips or car camping when you want a travel speaker with extra oomph.

Pricing + Availability

Available now in Black, Blue, Orange and “Real Tree.” for around $150 (USD) from ECOXGEAR, and other retailers.

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Disclosure: Vagabondish received one complimentary ECOSTONE speaker in advance of this post. Read our view on sponsored content.

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Mike Richard
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Mike Richard has traveled the world extensively since 2008. He's camped in the Jordanian desert with Bedouins, tracked African wild dogs in South Africa, and survived a near-miss great white shark attack in Mexico. He loves the great outdoors, good bourbon, and he (usually) calls Massachusetts home. He also enjoys speaking in the third person.

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