Back in the day, when I was a teenager, I rocked the Buckshot while clowning my neighbors. Then I went Pro, had to up my game, protect myself, it was a damn shame. But it wasn't all bad, I swooped a Buckshot Pro, same tight form factor and still mounted to my Schwinn, but with all that sensible stuff I didn't care about back in the day. Built-in powerbank, so I can charge-up and call home in a pinch and a built-in bike light to keep me safe from those distracted texting drivers. So the moral of the story is it isn't all bad growing-up, some things just get better.
- Passive bass port for bigger sound.
- Strobe Light.
- Wireless connectivity to almost any Bluetooth device.
- Included bicycle handlebar mount accessory.
- IPX5 water resistant standard.
- 2600 mAh Rechargeable Battery.
- Rugged, minimal design.
- Built-in microphone/speakerphone.
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
- Play time: 10 hours.
- Wireless range: 32 feet.
Need a Boost?
How about a power bank built into a speaker with flashlight? Yeah that sounds awesome. Yes the Buckshot Pro has a 2600mAh rechargeable battery. So just slide off the flashlight part to charge your phone and slide into some DM's.
That Flashlight Though
As if the speaker wasn't enough, we put a flashlight on the Buckshot Pro. It's more than just a simple speaker with light, much much more. There are three settings for the light; Torch, Beam, and Strobe. The torch setting is like your own mini lantern to light up your tent, car, or closet (it's time to come out already). The beam setting for the light is pretty much your standard flashlight. Finally, the strobe setting sets off the rave with it's constant flashing, stream some EDM with the strobe light on and your halfway to Burning Man.