With the Bugani M115, you can take room-filling sound with you wherever you go. This ultra-portable speaker packs a bassy punch despite its pint-sized form factor.
- Neck Speaker-Wear comfortable and fit your shoulders, you can free your hands and ears. Whether it is dinner or outdoor sports (such as walking, cycling, climbing, etc.), you can enjoy music. Listen to the music, answer the phone, and still keep in touch with the world around you.
- Wearable Speaker-The upward-facing neckband speakers point to your ears, the ears are free, you hear the loudest, and the others around you hear the least. While enjoying music, you can always understand the things around you. Won’t disturb those around you.
- Wearable bluetooth Speaker- the latest Bluetooth 5.0, can work at home, very suitable for remote offices, can be connected to the device or PC via Bluetooth, and video conference through the built-in microphone and speaker. Use the TF card max 32G slot to listen to your favorite music.
- Surround Sound Effect Neck Hanging Design-Whether listening to music, playing games, or listening to FM, it can make you surround the sound effect, giving you a clear and stereo sound.
Weighing just 0.5 lbs, the M115 delivers audio that belies its tiny size. It produces loud, bass-heavy sound focused on EDM, hip hop, and pop genres. The small driver struggles slightly with mids and highs at max volumes.
- 15 hours of playback time
- IPX5 water resistance
- Extreme portability at just 3 inches tall
- Built-in microphone for calls
- Emphasized bass response
“I also have JBL’s Soundgear. Comparing these, Soundgear definitely does better in the sound department. The sound on the Bugani’s set isn’t quite as clear as the JBL’s, especially for the mids and highs. Sometimes you have to strain to hear the vocals. For Soundgear, you can hear the vocals clearly, even when the volume is kept low. However when it comes to comfort, Bugani’s wearable beats JBL’s soundgear hands down. Soundgear is heavy, bulky, and totally not flexible. If I have to choose which one to put on most times, I’d still prefer JBL’s Soundgear.”
With bold bass in a highly portable package, the Bugani M115 is an appealing option for bass lovers seeking heavy sound on the go.