GTEK GP100 Rugged Waterproof Bluetooth Speakers Can Be Used in the Bathroom and Outdoors

I normally put my smartphone on a shelf to listen to music while taking a bath or showering, and a few years back I thought about using Bluetooth speakers, but few solutions were waterproof, and/or the price must have been high, so I forgot about it. Following a post on ARMDevices.net about GTEK speakers, I found out there are now many waterproof Bluetooth speakers to choose from with prices starting as low as $7.

Rugged_Waterproof_Bluetooth_SpeakersBut I found GTEK GP100 speakers quite interesting, as beside being waterproof (IPx7), there are also rugged and suitable for outdoor activities, come with a 3,000 mAh battery good for 8 to 10 hours, and can fit into your bicycle bottle’s holder.

Some of key features of GTEK GP100 (GT-D201):

  • Connectivity – Bluetooth 3.0 (Website also says Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR); 10 meter range
  • Speakers – 2x 5W (or 3W?); 80db+ SNR; 80Hz – 18Khz frequency range; 4 Ohm
  • Battery – 2,500 / 3,000 mAh
  • IP Rating – IPX7
  • Materials – Silicone rubber + ABS + metal

Outdoor_Bluetooth_SpeakersYou can check the demo, and other models by GTEK in Charbax’s video.

I could not find them on Aliexpress,. but the factory price is said to be $15 per unit for 1k order, so they may end up selling for about $30 to $40. A few more details can be found on GTEK GT-D201 product page.

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Hm. I hope never to see someone with these on my trails.
I value the quietness of the surroundings when driving my ATB

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They look perfect to hang it around in my car’s cupholder. But it’s unsettling the discrepancies on the specs. Hope to find it in a online store soon.

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Yep. The ability to inflict noise on other people has expanded much faster than respect for their right to quietness.