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0C1859QHOCY476 Bose soundlink micro: small portable bluetooth speaker (water-proof), shiny orange

(5 customer reviews)

$101.04$103.88

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  • crisp, balanced sound and unrivaled bass for a bluetooth speaker its size, performs loud and clean outside for seashore days or camping journeys
  • integrated mic for speakerphone to take clean convention or private calls out loud with a wi-fi range of about 30 ft.
  • waterproof speaker from the inside out (ipx7 score), with smooth, rugged outside, resists dents, cracks and scratches
  • without difficulty portable with a tear resistant strap to bring it wherever you move, strap to your backpack, cooler or handlebars
  • up to 6 hours of play time from a chargeable battery and wireless bluetooth pairing.
  • wireless bluetooth pairing with voice activates permits you to easily take calls and get entry to your telephone’s virtual assistant — hands loose
  • pair two soundlink audio system together for birthday celebration mode or stereo mode or use bose simplesync technology to pair with a member of the bose smart home own family to play in sync
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stay home. Stay productive.

the bose soundlinkmicro can assist boom your at-home productivity. Whether or not you concentrate to tune while you have a look at or need to pay attention your conference (or non-public) calls higher, it’s a (home) workplace need to-have.

journey-prepared. Much like you.

the seashore. The backyard. The motorcycle course. Anyplace you’re headed, soundlink micro is designed to tag along. Connect the durable, tear-resistant silicone strap on your backpack, cooler or handlebars and it’ll maintain tight on every occasion. Available in black with black strap, midnight blue with smoky violet strap or shiny orange with dark plum strap.

examine bose systems

crisp,balanced sound

sound performance

formidable sound

waterproof (ipx7)

water resistance

water-resistant (ipx4)

up to six hours/rate

battery life

up to eight hours/price

siri/google

voice prompts

bose join app

stereo & celebration mode

crisp,balanced sound

sound performance

360˚ sound

water-resistant (ipx7)

water resistance

water resistant (ipx4)

up to six hours/rate

battery existence

as much as 12 hour/charge

siri/google

voice activates

bose join app

stereo & party mode

crisp,balanced sound

sound performance

360˚ sound

waterproof (ipx7)

water resistance

water-proof (ipx4)

up to 6 hours/charge

battery existence

up to 16 hour/price

siri/google

voice activates

bose connect app

stereo & birthday party mode

add extra sound across the residence.

use bose simplesync era to pair your soundlink speaker with a member of the bose clever home circle of relatives to play the equal music on the same time. So you can get the birthday party started out and keep the coolest instances — and the tunes — rolling.

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Black, Bright Orange, Midnight Blue

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Speaker only

5 reviews for 0C1859QHOCY476 Bose soundlink micro: small portable bluetooth speaker (water-proof), shiny orange

  1. Steven Waka

    I went and compared 3 similar portable speakers with each other (same price of around $100 each):JBL Flip 4- Best quality sound of the 3 (amazing quality – very similar to Bose Soundlink Mini)- No noticeable crackle at max volume with high treble in music- Strongest/deepest bass (my table was shaking on max volume)- Very loud max volumeUltimate Ears WONDERBOOM- Smaller than JBL 4 but larger than Bose Micro- Crackling at max volume for some songs with high treble (Was not expecting this)- Bass is not as strong (very slight bass)- Very loud max volume (similar to JBL 4)Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth- Smallest of the 3- Max sound was at 75% that of JBL 4/Ultimate Ears- Sounds “muffled” and not clear (quality is not even close to that of Bose Soundlink Mini)- Exposed charging slot (is this really waterproof?)Overall – I would pick JBL (amazing quality & very similar to Bose Soundlink Mini, but waterproof!) and Ultimate Ears for portability (75 % size of JBL 4). The Bose Micro, although very small, had really poor quality sound for the price (most disappointing).Read more

  2. Heather M

    Ridiculous. It won’t let you connect via bluetooth unless you download the app, you can’t download the app without putting in a credit card (REALLY!!), then after all that (and putting in my apple ID 3 times), what does this amazing app do? It connects the speaker to my iphone. So, I’m giving my data and my financial information for no added value. Any of my other bluetooth devices don’t require a special app or access to my money. If I had read this, I would not have bought it. Even if it performs well, this is such low-brow behavior, I would not have bought it. SO, it could be the best ever device, but I’ll never buy another Bose product.Read more

  3. Ethan Mckie

    This is Exactly what I wanted from Bose, a water resistant speaker and tough enough to handle extream situations, I’m currently deployed in Afghanistan and this speaker is loud enough with perfect bass for its size, the sound quality is unmatched to the JBL flip 3 I have, though the JBL is louder but does not that the quality or bass I wanted.You get what you pay for with Bose products, now mind you this is a tiny speaker so don’t think you are gonna get the sound like the Soundlink Mini, it’s a bigger speaker thus bigger sound. But if your looking for light weight and durable to carry into any situations, this is the speaker for you.I highly recommend this product for any Bose fanRead more

  4. Andrew D

    I purchased this speaker to use on my bicycle handebar while bike commuting with the hope that it would be more waterproof than the competition. The audio quality and waterproofness seem to be great but wow, the strap design is TERRIBLE. I ask, what is the point of a nice $100 speaker if its rolling under the tire of a dump truck? Luckily every time this thing fell off my handlebars I was able to retrieve it before it was run over but the hook piece embedded in the silicone strap eventually failed. I assumed that since this device is only 7 months old that it would be covered under warranty but NOPE, apparently Bose doesn’t stand by their design. I won’t be purchasing a Bose speaker ever again and I would advise to to avoid this product until they come up with a better design for securing the speaker to your bike.Read more

  5. Paul Christensen

    I’m torn writing this review of the Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker. On its own, and with nothing to compare, the sound is clear, undistorted, and loud enough for outdoors. It’s IP7 waterproof (you can literally dunk it in 1 meter of water for 30 min) and dust-proof, so it’s rugged for true outdoor use, biking, or a day at the beach. At 10 ounces, it’s not going to break your carry-on or backpack with weight. The built-in mounting band is brilliant – you can attach this to your belt, a strap on your backpack, even a thin bicycle handle and it locks securely. You get about 6 hours of playback on a single charge.This is a single (mono) speaker, but Bose provides an app (Bose Connect) that lets you pair multiple SoundLink speakers together for stereo, and it largely works well (as long as you’re using the latest generation Bose bluetooth devices). I tested this with both iOS 10 and iOS 11 from two different devices (Apple iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Pro) and pairing was fast, and easy to change devices. Each time you connect your device, the SoundLink Micro announces that it is paired (“connected!”). I wish there was an option to disable the spoken prompt (maybe in a future firmware release). The Bose Connect app also lets you set language, name the device, and apply firmware updates. The first firmware update took 90 minutes (!) on a fast connection – perhaps Bose servers were overloaded.All this is good. And – compared to other single-speaker offerings in this size – the sound is clear, balanced, and doesn’t distort at higher volumes.The problem comes when you compare this to Bose’s other offerings – namely the trusty SoundLink Mini that has been my travel workhorse for years. Yes, the SoundLink Mini is larger and heavier (1 pound, 8 oz vs 10 oz) and it’s not waterproof. But there is absolutely *no comparison* in sound quality. First of all, as a mono speaker, you’re giving up sound separation and presence for portability and size and that is to be expected. But the real issue is that the Micro has a “thin” quality lacking not only in bass and but mid-range too. Yes, the sound is clear and balanced, but when you compare the sound of the SoundLink Micro to the Bose SoundLink Mini, the Micro sounds like a “Bose with a cold”. I tried to upload a video that clearly demonstrates the sound difference but couldn’t figure out how to attach it to this review.My recommendation? Go for the SoundLink Mini unless you absolutely need the size and waterproof form factor that the SoundLink Micro offers.Read more

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