Big Turtle Shell Wireless Speaker

Apr 23, 2015

Category: Tech

Ya gotta like the chutzpah with a company like Outdoor Technology, the makers of the Big Turtle Shell. They matter-of-factly call it “the greatest wireless speaker evert created.” Hmm… well, let’s see, shall we?

We do know it’s water resistant, dust proof, and shock proof. But it’s also loud. “Rattle-your-teeth and shatter-the-fish-tank” loud, according to the company, so make sure you put Nemo in a safe place before you turn it up to 11. It connects via Bluetooth and features a rechargeable lithium-ion battery; built-in microphone; twin grab handles built into the base for easy grab-and-gos; 3.5mm audio-in port; 3.5mm audio-out port; NFC technology for easy pairing; and a wireless range of about 33 feet. Choose from black or grey and rock out. [Purchase]

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