Sturdy and waterproof: I dare-say you could put this in a ring one-on-one with your old Nokia 3310 and it would stand a chance - there will be no issues with this product breaking.
Sound projection: As mentioned many times, this speaker is loud.
Sound quality even when at full speed ahead: A sure-fire sign of good design, the Rock 7 doesn't compromise any sound volume for quality.
Confusing buttons: The on and off button causes some issues as mentioned previously.
The punch of your little sister: The build-up sounds great and then as soon as the bass drops a massive wave of disappointment will hit your from head to toe.
As with the Braven BRV-X, this speaker is extremely sturdy, loud, waterproof, and cheap. If you're really looking for an outdoor travel buddy and something that will project enough sound to wake up the neighborhood, this speaker may be just for you.
If you're looking for something to provide you some punch when listening to genres like house, techno or others, you may want to steer clear. The best part is this speaker is so sturdy, it's more likely to crack your floor than its own chassis.
Product Summary Breakdown
|Performance (audio quality)||70%|
|Quality including Design and Build||95%|
|Bundle and Packaging||80%|
|Value for Money||75%|
|Overall TweakTown Rating||81%|
The Bottom Line: Soniq's Rock 7 portable outdoor Bluetooth speaker is extremely solid, well-built, and water resistant, however, a distinct lack of bass and punch lets it down overall. If they could improve onto those areas, we'd be onto a winner.
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