Bose SoundLink Revolve
- 360 Degree Sound
- Durable Aluminium Body
- Voice Assistant Integration
- Great Noise Cancellation
- Voice Prompts
- No Waterproof
8.2 x 21.5 x 15.2 cm
10 Hours approx.
4 Hours approx.
Value For Money
- 1 Bluetoooth Speaker
- 1 Adapter
- 1 Charging Cable
- 1 User Manual
- 1 Waranty Card
Everyone knows Bose is a well-reputed brand and their products are also costly. Bose SoundLink Revolve is another popular model that consists of deep, immersive & 360 degrees sound, durable, seamless aluminium body, water-resistant design (IPX4), NFC pairing for easy connectivity to your NFC-enabled devices. Is it worth buying? Let’s decide.
Inside the Box
Bose SoundLink Revolve comes with premium packaging. In the box, you will get a well packed Bluetooth speaker. Then you get some documentation, an adapter, and a micro-USB charging cable. All kinds of stuff are placed neatly.
When it comes to building quality and physical appearance, you will fall in love with exceptional design. The speaker has some weight which adds some premium feel. The body is mainly made up of seamless aluminium that ensures its longer life span.
Because of the Aluminium body, the speaker can bear some amount of shocks when it falls on the ground. The shape of the speaker is also freakish and attracts people.
The speaker is cylindrical in shape (diameter gets decreased from bottom to top). Half portion of the speaker has a grail that delivers 360 degrees sound. On top of the speaker, you get typical control buttons—the power on/off button, Bluetooth pairing, volume up, volume down, a multifunction button, etc.
The unique feature of the speaker is it prompts the voice to hear the battery percentage and other instructions and warnings. You can enable it by pressing volume up and down buttons simultaneously. A microphone is also present on the top.
On the side of the speaker, you get two ports, i.e. micro USB port and 3.5mm aux port. Aux port is another connectivity option that can be used when there is no Bluetooth option on your device.
The most surprising feature about the speaker is it can be charged without wire. But, you need to buy another accessory – the Charging Cradel, which looks like a disc. The bottom of the speaker has some connections, and by using this connection, you can put it on that disc and charge your Bluetooth speaker without connecting a micro USB cable.
Cool. Isn’t it?
Bose charges massive money for their products as they are spending a lot on their sound quality.
Can we expect the high-quality sound here?
Absolutely yes. Bose SoundLink Revolve does an excellent job in the sound section. The sound coming from the speaker is very turbulent as its size. The speaker is sufficient to fill a medium as well as a large quantity of a room with its outstanding sound quality. When you walk around more than 10 feet, the volume starts to distort, but it’s not that much. Vocals are perfect for non-base tracks. Mid-range is also prominent. If you play a bass-riched track, you will get a definitely deep and punchy sound with a notable distortion. Overall, I am very impressed by the sound that delivers such a small speaker.
Coming to the battery back up, it’s enough for such a high-quality sound speaker. Bose claims here 12 hours of battery backup. When you put the volume at the level of 50, you will get almost 10 hours of battery back up. Increasing the volume of the speaker can directly impact on battery backup. The battery takes up to 4 hours to get charged fully.
The call quality of the speaker is something very recognizable. When you speak on the call, the voice quality you get is very clear for both ends.
NFC also works very well, and the speaker can be paired to get the stereo effect.
So, this is my thoughts about the Bose SoundLink Revolve. If you are someone who is not compromising the sound quality, no matter what it costs, then this could be a great choice. The speaker is worth around twenty thousand rupees as it’s a premium branded speaker.