Reviewing The UE Roll 2 Bluetooth Speakers

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Wouldn’t it be great if you could listen to music on a speaker when you are swimming or cycling? Swiss technology manufacturer, Ultimate Ears has made this possible with the launch of their latest portable Bluetooth speaker, the UE Roll 2.

With a smooth disc-shape, the UE Roll 2 can be easily clipped on your belt, bike handle or backpack using the bungee cord on the back. With a wireless range of up to 100 feet, this Bluetooth speaker makes it easy for you to move around with your music device even when listening to music.

The UE Roll 2 features the same IPX7 water-resistance rating that was found in the first model called the UE Roll. Offered with a small UE Floatie in the packaging, you can easily take this speaker into the water with you when you go swimming. The float allows you to prop the speaker up on top of the water and not have to carry it around with you underwater. It can even withstand water of one meter depth, for up to 30 minutes. You can even hang this in the shower for some background music in the bathroom!

Weighing at just above 200 grams, the UE Bluetooth speaker can be carried around without it bringing you down. This handy device is also drop-proof, so even if you strap it on to your bike or backpack, the speaker will not be damaged if you take a spill.

Offering a deep-bass and 360 degrees sound delivery, the UE Bluetooth speaker has a sound that is 25 percent louder than the previous model. On a single charge, you can expect the battery life of this device to last up to nine hours approximately.

Available in four different colours and designs, this light and trendy speaker is a great gadget to gift yourself. The Logitech owned company recently released the speakers in India, for a price of approximately Rs. 8,495.

Picture courtesy – cnet.com


by techtalks @TechTalks November 7, 2016 4:58 AM UTC

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