Boat Stone 650 water-resistant Bluetooth speaker launched in India at Rs 1,899

Boat Stone 650 - Feature

Boat is a name that is quite popular among the audio enthusiasts who are not looking to invest heavily in their audio gear. But again not want to compromise on the quality experience. For those people, the company has launched yet another product, dubbed as Boat Stone 650. It is a water resistant Bluetooth speaker priced at just Rs 1,899. It would be available on Amazon India’s website covered 1-year year warranty. 

Also read: Boat Airdopes 211 wireless earbuds launched in India for Rs 2,499

Boat Stone 650 Features

Retailing in three colour variants for you to match it with your style, the colours include Navy Blue, Charcoal Black, and Raging Red. The company claims it offers a premium audio experience on its latest Bluetooth speaker. Surrounded by a smooth secure silicon coating outside, it offers a diamond gridded mesh look. 

Equipped with a 2” x 2 drivers that pump out 10W of enrapturing sound, which is supported by a gravy subwoofer. The speaker dimensions are 191x 70 x 70mm and it weighs just 655g. So, carrying it around shouldn’t be a problem as far as the weight is concerned. Specially designed to cater to the Indian audience requirement. 

This Boat Stone 650 Bluetooth speaker is supported by a Bluetooth 4.2v technology to offer seamless wireless connectivity. It is an IPX5 rated, which means it is splash proof, water resistant to be accurate. The Stone 650 claims to offer great battery life with its 1800mAh capacity battery. Thus, offering long music playtime for your never-ending adventures/celebrations. 

Up to 7 hours of continuous playback time! That is something, isn’t it? Inside the retail box, the company provides aux-in cable and USB charging cable. Further know that it is compatible with a TF card, meaning you can use a TF card to play music on this speaker as well. 

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