Certified with an IPX7 waterproof rating, the BRV-1 is protected from rainfall, splashing and can be fully submersed in water up to one meter deep for 30 minutes. Its rugged shockproof exterior makes the compact BRV-1 ready to keep up with even your most extreme adventure.
12 Hours of Playtime
From sun up to sun down, rock the outdoors with 12 hours of audio play. And if your smartphone battery runs low, recharge it using the BRV-1's built-in 1400mAh powerbank.
- 33ft (10m) wireless range
- V2.1 + EDR
- 3.5mm stereo input
- Micro-USB-to-USB data ports
- Wireless pairing
- 6W speaker output
- Built-in noise-canceling microphone & speakerphone
- On/Off buttons
- 12 hr playtime
- 1400mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery
- Dimensions: 4.75in x 3.25in x 2.25in
- Weight: 12.2oz
- IOPT/HFP 1.5
- IPX7 certified waterproof
In The Box
USB to Micro-USB Cable
3.5mm stereo AUX Cable
ONE TOUGH LITTLE SPEAKER
By Tom's Guy on 3/11/2015
"A portable speaker is only as useful as the places you can take it. While many wireless speakers are best suited for the indoors, you can drag Braven's BRV-1 ($99) rugged Bluetooth speaker to the pool, campground or slopes without fear."
BRV-1 FEATURED IN SPRING 2014 OUTDOOR GEAR GUIDE
By CNN Money on 3/11/2015
"So drop, roll, plunge. Action sports fanatics- this speaker's tough enough to handle acrobatics."
EXCLUSIVE: BRAVEN BRV-1 RUGGED PORTABLE SPEAKER REVIEW
By IT ProPortal on 3/19/2015
"Ultimately the BRV-1 is a class redefining product that is not only the Swiss Army Knife of portable speakers, but also the Chieftain tank."
REVIEW: BRAVEN BRV-1
By Sound & Vision on 3/21/2013
"The Braven BRV-1 ranks among the best of the compact Bluetooth speakers I've tested. Sonically, it blows away most of what's on the market."
THE LITTLE BRAVEN BRV-1 SPEAKER IS TOUGH ENOUGH TO FOLLOW YOU EVERYWHERE
By Cult of Mac on 3/21/2013
"In fact, the BRV-1 has become my everyday speaker at home, the one I use to listen to podcasts around the house and for music while I work."
BRAVEN BRV-1 CAN TAKE ON THE WORLD
By Android Spin on 4/1/2013
"For the treble test I used Bittersweet by the Verve as it has a nice classical melody along with some great vocals. The song sounded great and came in clear at both low/high volumes. It had the power to make the violins sound like they were right next to me and it sounded great doing it."