The best mini speakers I have ever used.
I have had mine ever since a road show at Costco, almost two years now. I use them at home almost daily hooked to my phone or IPad, for Pandora or my play list. Of course, being in San Diego, they are with me a lot. At the beach and outdoors. Everyone is always checking out my Nomad 20 on my back pack that powers it and my phone. I only wish I had the one with Bluetooth so I could switch between my laptop, IPad and phone easier. I picked up the guide 10 plus with it. Liking it so much, I now have the Sherpa 100 and Nomad 13 and a second Nomad 20. Like I said I am going to get the newer one with Bluetooth that wasn't available when I got mine.
The sound and ruggedness of this speaker can't be matched. So even though there are cheaper ones , my only other complaint about Goal Zero is the price. Spend the money for them and you won't be unhappy. I'm going to connect the old one to the new Bluetooth one for even a greater experience on the run. It's all about the journey, not just getting there and what you do.
ProsLight, Rugged, and hold up well to Mother Nature. Clean and Crisp sound at louder levels (not like others) nice battery to for several hours. Chainable..
ConsOnly complaint is I wish they had the Bluetooth ones out when I got mine. If you don't have multiple devices this one is great. Otherwise get the Bluetooth no plug in , but you can chain them..
Best UsesHome, beach , hiking, walks, anytime you and friends want some music..