Immersive sound from a rugged little speaker.

Pumping rich, immersive sound from a sturdy little speaker, the Braven BRV-1s is the smallest offering in Braven's line of outdoor speakers. In fact, it tips the scales at a mere 12.2 ounces, making it easy to toss in your pack before heading out on the trail for the day. The BRV-1s is incredibly durable, able to survive accidental drops thanks to its aircraft-grade aluminum covered with a shockproof rubber housing. Bluetooth music streaming unleashes you from a traditional audio cord, although you can use the 3.5-millimeter audio input with older devices as well.

Seeing that you'll be taking this portable speaker to the neighborhood pool, far-flung beaches, and hidden swimming holes, it's built to withstand splashes of water and full submersion, as backed by its IPX-7 standards. Maximizing your listening pleasure, the rechargeable 1400mAh lithium-ion battery lasts up to 12 hours of continuous listening. Plus, you can charge portable devices off-the-grid with the USB output juicing up your smartphones.

  • Shockproof speaker for backyard hangs, outdoor adventures
  • Bluetooth compatibility for wireless music streaming
  • Built-in mic with speakerphone for taking calls
  • Thermoplastic housing with rugged aluminum body
  • Waterproof design survives splashes and submersion
  • 1400mAh rechargeable battery lasts up to 12 hours
  • USB charging for powering devices off-the-grid
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Sounds great, bluetooth works great.

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Turns out that I bought the same item but just bigger. The Bluetooth works great and was what I was looking for. It sounds way better than I expected even in outdoors and I got to test it on a beach and dealt very good with sand I must add. The real concern and its what keeps bothering me is the waterproof feature. I honestly haven't tested it and I'm not willing to test it out so far. It does have all the accessories and features advertised and has a lot of plugins for phones. I have an iPhone 6S which works just fine on wireless and for charging, it provides a USB port where I use my cable just fine.