The FUGOO Sport portable Bluetooth speaker features an ultralong battery life and waterproofing, along with great sound and premium features that make it a powerhouse in the world of wireless portable speakers.
FUGOO Sport Review
FUGOO’s Bluetooth speaker offers true 360-degree sound thanks to its six-speaker construction. In total, there are: two tweeters, two woofers and two passive radiators. Add to that four active drivers and an 8-degree upward angle speaker tilt, and you have portable audio with the full richness of a deluxe in-home sound system.
Since portable Bluetooth speakers are a popular poolside fixture these days, waterproofing is important—but not many models actually have that. However, the FUGOO Sport is 100% waterproof down to a depth of 3 feet (1 meter) for 30 minutes. That means, you could leave it sunken at the bottom of the shallow end while streaming your favorite thirty-minute sitcom and it’ll still be functional. This level of waterproofing makes the FUGOO Sport a true standout in speakers of its class.
Voice enabled speakerphone
The FUGOO Sport caters to today’s modern users by having a fully voice-enabled speakerphone built-in. That means that you can use voice commands to instantly activate Siri and Google Now, allowing for conference calls with HQ sound on-the-go for laid back, but nonetheless important, business meetings.
40-hour battery life
The FUGOO Sport is designed to be a wireless speaker that is not only portable, but truly caters to the needs of active users who spend much of their day on the go or outside. At 50% volume, the FUGOO Sport boasts a 40-hour battery life, so even if you take it camping for the weekend, it’ll still be going strong without the need to recharge.
Rugged and durable
Staying true to its name, the FUGOO Sport is truly a Bluetooth wireless speaker for the active. Not only is it waterproof with a killer, ultralong battery life, it has a bike mount, a strap mount, multi-mount—many, many mounting options so even the most active folks will be able to take it with them no matter how they travel. It’s snowproof and sandproof, in addition to being waterproof as well, so it’s truly a multi-climate portable speaker—great for world travelers.
The FUGOO Sport definitely looks like a standard portable Bluetooth speaker, if only sportier-looking. While aesthetic is important to a degree, I’m the type who is far more interested in functionality, which is why I was eager to see how it worked.
The sound is honestly great, which blew me away considering its small size. My sister accidentally knocked it into the pool at a family gathering, so I got to test out its waterproofing—that function definitely lives up to the hype!
Bottom line: The FUGOO Sport is the real deal and I see it being a regular fixture in my adventures.
The FUGOO Sport portable speaker is covered by a 30-day return policy and a one-year limited warranty.
The FUGOO Sport provides great sound in a tiny package, but the biggest benefit is definitely its ruggedness. It travels super-well and can definitely take a variety of weather conditions without a problem, which is great for those of us who enjoy the outdoors. The voice-enabled speakerphone feature is a great, modern addition that makes it possible to teleconference while you’re out in the middle of nowhere, which is a feature that is hard to beat. Likewise, the sound is killer—I highly recommend it.
- High-quality sound with six-speaker construction for 360-degree sound
- Waterproof down to 3 feet for 30 minutes
- Durable—purpose-designed for rugged, outdoor use
- Voice-enabled speakerphone
- Activate Siri and Google NOW with easy voice command control
- Remote control available (and included) as well
- 40-hour battery life at 50% volume
- Multiple mounting options included for active users, such as bike mount and others
- Micro USB charging cable included
- 5mm stereo cable included
- AC adaptor included
- Travel pouch included
- Ultralightweight at 1.1lbs
- While overwhelmingly well-liked, the main criticism leveled at the FUGOO Sport has to do with the users’ perception of the tone range (highs, lows, mids). Some complain there isn’t enough bass, while others complain the highs aren’t bold enough. Because of the fact that these complaints vary so much from user to user (it should be noted most are happy with the sound), it is very possible it’s a preference issue or some users may actually have hearing damage (unbeknownst to them) that prevents them from adequately picking up the speaker’s full frequency range. The bottom line here is: For the average user, the sound is perceived as very high-quality, so this con won’t be an issue for the typical user.