Best Waterproof Bluetooth Speakers in 2022

Whether you want to listen to some mellow acoustic music by the pool or want to rip on your air guitar to the best 80s hair metal at the beach, a reliable waterproof Bluetooth speaker is a must! Here are our favorite waterproof Bluetooth speakers.

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Update June 2018: We've updated the pricing and removed the JBL Charge 3 due to unavailability.

Mick is a staff writer who's as frugal as they come, so he always does extensive research (much to the exhaustion of his wife) before making a purchase. If it's not worth the price, Mick ain't buying.

8 Comments
  • I use the VicTsing one from Amazon. It's works great and is only $20.
  • I use "ECOXGEAR - ECOROX Rugged and Waterproof Wireless Bluetooth Speaker" I really like that it has Next and Previous buttons in addition to the basic buttons.
  • Isn't every speaker waterproof at least once?
  • Has anyone gotten a chance to try the Altec Lansing Mini H2O?
  • Is there something between the "pointlessly small" and "too expensive" options? Posted via the iMore App for Android
  • Check out boombotix speakers. I use them when I ride my bike.
  • The EXOXGEAR speakers are way more waterproof than most, and they are far less expensive too. They even encourage you to jump in the pool with them and they can float next to you playing music. They advertise that they can be fully submerged up to 6 feet for 30 minutes with no ill effects. The ECOstone is my favorite one right now, with 24w of power (very loud for outdoor use), a power bank to charge your phone from the speaker's battery, 10 hours of streaming music, fully impact proof and dust proof, flashlight built in, etc. All that for only $89! (at Costco. $95 on Amazon) I also like that it has separate button for volume and skipping (many speakers try to combine these) and they also include led indicators for battery levels, bluetooth connections, etc. (many speakers have no led, so you have to guess when it's going to die) And EXOXGEAR is coming out with one called the Carbon soon that's supposed to increase battery by 2-3 times and improve sound, as well as a new compact version called the Pebble Power Bank that's supposed to have 50 hours of playing time! Very impressed with this company so far.
  • How is the bass for the Ecostone speaker? I'm thinking of getting that or the fugoo speaker but it's quite expensive.. Thanks