The AOMAIS GO waterproof Bluetooth speaker really packs a punch for the money. It comes in an IPX7 water-resistant case and it has the capability to pair itself with another AOMAIS GO speaker, but is it enough for the average user or someone who wants to take it for a walk, hiking or even the beach? Well, let’s find out.
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AOMAIS GO has a very sleek and sturdy design. At first, it might look a bit rugged thanks to all its edges compared to some other models like JBL Charge 3, but thankfully you get used to it pretty quickly.
The handle and sides are covered in thick rubber, all though AOMAIS GO has plastic on the middle and the grill is metal.
Under the handle on the front side, you got the power, volume down, play/pause and volume up buttons. The volume up and down also work as a skip button.
The left side of the device you got the AUX port and a volume controller behind a thick rubber covering. Right side you find the USB, another AUX port and a Micro USB port that is used to load the device. A cool feature is that you can use one of the AUX inputs for an external microphone to use the AOMAIS GO as a speaker for karaoke if you’re into that kind of things for example.
The thing you notice when you pick up the device is that it weighs only 8 ounces (0.22kg) which is quite nice and really gives you the feeling you could easily grab it for a walk in the park or even hiking with you.
Behind the front grill you can find the 30W speakers and on the back of the device, you can find the dual passive subwoofers that bring out pretty good and deep bass.
Dimension wise the AOMAIS GO comes in 13.5 x 7.5 x 3.8 inches ( 34 cm x 19 cm x 9.65 cm ).
You can get the AOMAIS GO Bluetooth speaker in three colors. It comes in red, black and blue, which all look good.
Setting up the Bluetooth speaker was extremely simple you power it up, search it with your Bluetooth device and wait for the speaker to say “paired” and you’re done.
Now if you want to pair two of these speakers together you can do so by pressing the up an down volume buttons together and they will pair with each other meaning you can play the same music from both of the devices at the same time.
AOMAIS GO promises up to 30 hours of playtime with its 8800 mAh battery, but in our test with active usage, we got it around 8h which still is an amazing number and nothing to be ashamed of.
The battery is also big enough to allow you to load your phone on the go, so that is a nice touch and feature we would love to see on other speakers as well.
AOMAIS GO also states that loading the battery will take 4h to 100% but we manage to get only around 70-80% but again this is expected because of the way ow Lithium batteries work.
AOMAIS promises to be waterproof up to 3.3 feet for 30 minutes, but unfortunately we could not test this out properly. For now, all we can say is that it can handle rain and most situations on a rainy day.
Now as we all know the speakers are an important part when choosing the right kind of music device and we got to be honest… The sound is actually really good. Compared to other similar devices it might even be better and when you pair it, it really feels like your having a 60W speaker but instead of one 60W you now have two 30W speakers that can fill even a bigger room with music.
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What do other AOMAIS GO users and owners say about it?
If you are looking for a speaker to grab on the go and that can take the small pumps and hits of the everyday life, then AOMAIS GO is the speaker for you. With its good speaker quality, pairing abilities, big battery and other nice features it is a real steal for the price they are selling it ($70 when reviewed).
- Good battery
- Possibility to sync with another AOMAIS GO
- Can only sync two devices
- Sound quality could be better
Specification: AOMAIS GO Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker review – Pairing and booming speakers