Like all Bose SoundLink speakers, the Micro is exceptionally loud and clear for its size. It also has a flexible strap and a durable silicone rubber case. It’s water-resistant up to 3.3ft and lasts up to 6h per charge. The biggest downside? No 3.5mm input.
It doesn’t really matter what you’re doing—hiking, biking, cooking dinner or hanging out. You need music. We designed a speaker that keeps pace with all of your adventures and delivers unmatched sound for its size. The SoundLink Micro speaker is small, but powerful. Super rugged and waterproof. It features a tear-resistant silicone strap—so you can take it along wherever you go. Because, when a speaker this small sounds this good, you’ll never want to leave it behind.
All the places you’ll go
Wherever you’re headed, SoundLink Micro is designed to tag along. Strap it to your bike, your backpack, your cooler. The tear-resistant strap is super reliable, so you know it’ll hold just as tight whether it’s the first time or the thousandth.
STANDS UP TO WATER FROM THE INSIDE OUT
When it comes to waterproofing, we wanted to make a speaker that not only performs the first time you get it wet—but every time you get it wet. We used an IPX7 rating as a benchmark, then took it further. We rigorously tested our speaker for all kinds of situations. We built this one to survive a fall in the pool. Or in the ocean. There’s no need to panic if you drop it. Just pull it out and hit play.
Bose Connect app
Control your SoundLink Micro speaker’s Bluetooth connections easily through the Bose Connect app. Have a friend who fancies himself a DJ? Switch devices through the app and let him take control.
There’s more. For those times when loud just isn’t loud enough, use the app to connect two SoundLink Micro speakers in Party Mode. Or switch to Stereo Mode. Instruments and vocals will naturally separate—making your music feel alive.
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