Sharkk Commando 10W IP65 Powerbank Bluetooth Speaker

Outdoor Wireless Bluetooth Speakers with 24 Hour+ Battery Life

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Description & Features+

In addition to its 10W output, Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology and crystal clear tones, the Commando Bluetooth Speaker can also function as a backup battery and power bank, with lighted LED's displaying the remaining charge level, making it a true all-in-one mobile device companion!
• Bluetooth speakers with Rugged, contemporary design and IP65 Waterproof Rating make this the perfect outdoor speaker and adventure companion.
• The Commando Wireless Speaker has A Massive 6600mAh Powerbank integrated into the bluetooth speakers Providing Total Piece of Mind with emergency power for any USB-powered device. An Awesome Powerbank Speaker
This Bluetooth 4.0 Waterproof Outdoor Speaker has Dual 5W loudspeakers with multiple EQ settings produce high quality stereo sound.
• This Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker has a Massive Battery which provides 24 hours of consecutive playing time on a single charge!
• Package includes 10W Portable Speaker, Carry Pouch, Strap, USB Charging Cable, AUX Cable, Power Adapter, User Manual

Specifications+

Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
Assembled Depth (in.)
11.6 in
Assembled Length (in.)
4.1 in
Assembled Weight (lbs.)
3.4 lb
Assembled Width (in.)
3.8 in
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Frequency Range (MHz)
60Hz-20KHz
Impedance (Ohm)
2
Number of Audio Channels
0
Receiving Range
10m
Surround Sound Format
n/a
Tweeter Included
No
Wall Mountable
No
Wireless Connectivity
Bluetooth
Brand
Sharkk
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30732216
SKU
6000196259818
UPC
78467220050

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Ratings & Reviews+

Sharkk Commando 10W IP65 Powerbank Bluetooth Speaker is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Speakers - Audio Range might bother some I've been using these speakers for a little over a week now and here are the major points: The speakers, sound quality wise, are pretty good. For audiophiles you'll notice the mid-range is the best, but the bass and highs fall flat a bit. Overall though, for the price, the audio range is great. Just a tip in general, try not to put these speakers on soft surfaces like a mattress - the sound will get absorbed and not come out as clear. The range in volume with this speaker is fantastic, although I do suggest not just pushing the volume to max immediately because it might blow the speakers. The speakers are very rugged - the weight personally doesn't bother me, but understand these speakers are dense. Another thing to note are the sound clips that play for each of the buttons. Personally, I'm not a fan of the voice speaking every time I turn it on or the hard click at each end of the volume end. Still a minor pet peeve. One really great thing about these speakers is they have a fantastic battery life and can even act as a charging station for your phone. Overall fantastic product for anyone looking for a portable speaker. If you're THAT audiophile, I would suggest maybe looking at another product because the lack of bass and highs is noticeable. Disclosure, I was provided a free copy of this product for testing and my honest review.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just a few steps from Perfect: But what a value Let's get the obvious out of the way. This is quite a new product; and this is a near zero day review. Yes: I was provided with a free copy of this item for testing and my fair and honest evaluation. So here it is. This is arguably a quasi-update to the SP-SK896WTR-GRY; addressing many of the issues I personally had with that particular Bluetooth Speaker. For starters; the inclusion of a power-bank and the resulting beefed up battery life does indeed give the Commando an effective all-day battery life. Setting the volume to ~50% on an Acer One 10 convertible netted a continuous playtime just above ~26 hours. I do need to state there are some specific issues with standby battery life. Taking a Bluetooth source device out of range, or alternatively simply disabling Bluetooth on a source device, does not appear to trigger a low-power state in the Commando Speaker. Rather, the Commando I have in hand stay(s) in an active scan mode until the unit either reconnects to a source device or is manually power'd down. This is decidedly different behavior from almost every other audio-enabled Bluetooth device I have ever used; and turns what should have been an outstanding battery performance in a manual ~meh. I also need to cover some potential issues with the usage of the Commando as a power bank. The aforementioned Acer One 10 is my nominal tester for USB power-bank capability. Most of the power-bank's I have tried, and even most USB chargers, cannot provided enough power to do more than generate a message on the One 10 that the device is plugged in... but not charging. The Commando did exhibit slightly different behavior; with the One 10 bouncing back and forth between plugged in and disconnected power states. So for those with modern convertible laptop/tablet systems... this probably isn't the power-bank solution solution you've been looking for. However most Smartphone devices or other smaller USB chargeable devices should not have any specific issues. Getting back to improvement's rather than caveats; a major improvement is found in the sound quality and projection. In comparison to it's younger brother the Commando features slightly larger speakers; and apparently an updated bass system. The result is a night and day difference in mid-range and low-end response across a much wider volume range. My opinion if the SP-SK896WTR-GRY was a device that could barely fill a shower stall; the Commando can power a Pool Party. The quality of sound and response does come with a bit of a caveat. The Commando does not appear to support the aptX codec for Bluetooth transmission; nor does the device appear to support the Ogg Opus format that is available in modern /Linux platforms such as Android. Unfortunately this means that there is a noticeable degradation in general sound quality from FLAC or high-data-rate lossy formats; as well as a generalized degradation at higher volumes across audio sources. However, these degradations were not noticeable when using the AUX input across a variety of High-Quality analog output devices. Namely a Sony Z3 phone, a Via Envy24HT based sound card, a Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS, and even a second gen Asus Xonar. So the speakers are being let down quite a bit by the limitations of the standard Bluetooth audio transmission profiles. Another improvement, at least compared to the SP-SK896WTR-GRY, is a change in the port-cover flap. The Commando's port-cover is held in by a cylindrical strap/prong rather than a flat rectangle strap/prong. In practice this means that the Flap is not aggressively pushing the USB or Speaker cords out of position. The next massive plus in the unit's favor is the build quality. The short version here is that the Commando actually can take a beating. Now, I will admit there is some specific question as to the actual Weather Proofing of the device. The manual with the device I received notes an IP5 rating; some PR blurbs say IP65; and others suggest IP67. What potential buyers need to know is this: You can drop it into the 12ft deep pool and it'll be perfectly fine. You can use it in the Kitchen. It'll be fine. You can let it drop on your foot; you'll probably need a cast and some crutches; but the Speaker will be fine. The more important question though is this: Would I spend my own money on purchasing another Shark Commando Speaker? Yep. Wouldn't even think twice about it. Within this device's price range... there just isn't anything else I've seen that offers a compelling alternative.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly Surprised! (and ordering 2 more) First of all...let me say I was provided with a free copy of this item from Sharkk for testing and my fair and honest evaluation. I was excited to get the opportunity to test this unit out as our family does a lot of outdoor activities and we wanted a good, rugged, water resistant speaker. The first day I received it, I ripped open the box and paired it right away. I was immediately disappointed with the sound quality. Yes that's right...it wasnt that full sounding or clear (muddled in fact). I thought maybe I am expecting too much from a waterproof speaker under $100 and perhaps unfair to compare to the Sonos speakers throughout our home. So I ignored it for a few days wondering why Sharkk would send me such an average sounding speaker to review. And then I was asked to try it again when my son wanted to try it with his iPhone.... Let me just say wow. I am not sure what the deal was with the first day(think this may have been related to one of the EQ settings), but this sounded totally different (full, clear, etc...). So with that, I got excited and got into full blown testing mode. I tried it out in our large shower and it worked great! (Such an awesome way to start the day). In addition, when I was showing it off to my wife and comparing it to our Sonos, I was surprised that with some types of music it sounded better than the Sonos Play 1. It couldn't compete with the Play 3, but the Play 3 is quite a bit more $ (and isn't portable, water resistant, etc...) I really like our Sonos system speakers, but I know this speaker will get a lot more use and am about to order two more for our sons. The main pros for me are: 1. Portability (campfires, beach trips, kayaking) 2. Ability to play any sound from your mobile devices (youtube, games, music, etc...) 3. Pretty decent sound quality 4. Long times between charging...(used this on and off for 5 days and havent charged it yet). 5. Ability to charge mobile devices from the speaker (nice to have a spare reserve). Cons: 1.Does it come in black? Other Thoughts: Will be ordering a couple more for our sons... this thing is a hit.
Date published: 2016-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Right Out of the Box The SHARKK COMMANDO bluetooth speaker is a great choice. My first impression was the weight of it. It is heavier than I expected it to be. It has a feeling of being solid just by holding it. I turned it on right out of the box and it connected to my Note 4 with no problem and i was listening to music within minutes. The sound was amazing. Testing out the main functions proved easy. Skipping songs, playing previous songs, pausing and taking a phone call during playback all worked great. I normally listen to music in the morning and it synced with an old Galaxy S3 with no problem once again. Still, the sound is amazing. My next test was syncing with my IPad and I have had very little success syncing it with my old bluetooth speaker. There was no problem this time. I was watching videos with crystal clear sound in no time. After a few days I have found very little wrong with this speaker. The only complaint I can find is when the unit turns on, it cuts off the "Power on" message to "er on". As complaints go, I find this to be very minor. All in all, this is a great portable speaker that I look forward to using for a while. As a side note, SHARKK provided me with a complimentary product for an honest review and that is exactly what this is.
Date published: 2016-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly Surprised First of all...let me say I was provided with a free copy of this item from Sharkk for testing and my fair and honest evaluation. I was excited to get the opportunity to test this unit out as our family does a lot of outdoor activities and we wanted a good, rugged, water resistant speaker. The first day I received it, I ripped open the box and paired it right away. I was immediately disappointed with the sound quality. Yes that's right...it wasnt that full sounding or clear (muddled in fact). I thought maybe I am expecting too much from a waterproof speaker under $100 and perhaps unfair to compare to the Sonos speakers throughout our home. So I ignored it for a few days wondering why Sharkk would send me such an average sounding speaker to review. And then I was asked to try it again when my son wanted to try it with his iPhone.... Let me just say wow. I am not sure what the deal was with the first day(think this may have been related to one of the EQ settings), but this sounded totally different (full, clear, etc...). So with that, I got excited and got into full blown testing mode. I tried it out in our large shower and it worked great! (Such an awesome way to start the day). In addition, when I was showing it off to my wife and comparing it to our Sonos, I was surprised that with some types of music it sounded better than the Sonos Play 1. It couldn't compete with the Play 3, but the Play 3 is quite a bit more $ (and isn't portable, water resistant, etc...) I really like our Sonos system speakers, but I know this speaker will get a lot more use and am about to order two more for our sons. The main pros for me are: 1. Portability (campfires, beach trips, kayaking) 2. Ability to play any sound from your mobile devices (youtube, games, music, etc...) 3. Pretty decent sound quality 4. Long times between charging...(used this on and off for 5 days and havent charged it yet). 5. Ability to charge mobile devices from the speaker (nice to have a spare reserve). Cons: 1.Does it come in black? 2. Flashing Blue light at night can bother those with trouble sleeping
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just a Few Steps from Perfect: but oh what a Value Let's get the obvious out of the way. This is quite a new product; and this is a near zero day review. Yes: I was provided with a free copy of this item for testing and my fair and honest evaluation. So here it is. This is arguably a quasi-update to the SP-SK896WTR-GRY; addressing many of the issues I personally had with that particular Bluetooth Speaker. For starters; the inclusion of a power-bank and the resulting beefed up battery life does indeed give the Commando an effective all-day battery life. Setting the volume to ~50% on an Acer One 10 convertible netted a continuous playtime just above ~26 hours. I do need to state there are some specific issues with standby battery life. Taking a Bluetooth source device out of range, or alternatively simply disabling Bluetooth on a source device, does not appear to trigger a low-power state in the Commando Speaker. Rather, the Commando I have in hand stay(s) in an active scan mode until the unit either reconnects to a source device or is manually power'd down. This is decidedly different behavior from almost every other audio-enabled Bluetooth device I have ever used; and turns what should have been an outstanding battery performance in a manual ~meh. I also need to cover some potential issues with the usage of the Commando as a power bank. The aforementioned Acer One 10 is my nominal tester for USB power-bank capability. Most of the power-bank's I have tried, and even most USB chargers, cannot provided enough power to do more than generate a message on the One 10 that the device is plugged in... but not charging. The Commando did exhibit slightly different behavior; with the One 10 bouncing back and forth between plugged in and disconnected power states. So for those with modern convertible laptop/tablet systems... this probably isn't the power-bank solution solution you've been looking for. However most Smartphone devices or other smaller USB chargeable devices should not have any specific issues. Getting back to improvement's rather than caveats; a major improvement is found in the sound quality and projection. In comparison to it's younger brother the Commando features slightly larger speakers; and apparently an updated bass system. The result is a night and day difference in mid-range and low-end response across a much wider volume range. My opinion if the SP-SK896WTR-GRY was a device that could barely fill a shower stall; the Commando can power a Pool Party. The quality of sound and response does come with a bit of a caveat. The Commando does not appear to support the aptX codec for Bluetooth transmission; nor does the device appear to support the Ogg Opus format that is available in modern /Linux platforms such as Android. Unfortunately this means that there is a noticeable degradation in general sound quality from FLAC or high-data-rate lossy formats; as well as a generalized degradation at higher volumes across audio sources. However, these degradations were not noticeable when using the AUX input across a variety of High-Quality analog output devices. Namely a Sony Z3 phone, a Via Envy24HT based sound card, a Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS, and even a second gen Asus Xonar. So the speakers are being let down quite a bit by the limitations of the standard Bluetooth audio transmission profiles. Another improvement, at least compared to the SP-SK896WTR-GRY, is a change in the port-cover flap. The Commando's port-cover is held in by a cylindrical strap/prong rather than a flat rectangle strap/prong. In practice this means that the Flap is not aggressively pushing the USB or Speaker cords out of position. The next massive plus in the unit's favor is the build quality. The short version here is that the Commando actually can take a beating. Now, I will admit there is some specific question as to the actual Weather Proofing of the device. The manual with the device I received notes an IP5 rating; some PR blurbs say IP65; and others suggest IP67. What potential buyers need to know is this: You can drop it into the 12ft deep pool and it'll be perfectly fine. You can use it in the Kitchen. It'll be fine. You can let it drop on your foot; you'll probably need a cast and some crutches; but the Speaker will be fine. The more important question though is this: Would I spend my own money on purchasing another Sharkk Commando Speaker? Yep. Wouldn't even think twice about it. Within this device's price range... there just isn't anything else I've seen that offers a compelling alternative.
Date published: 2016-02-05
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