The Huixinda Bluetooth speaker comes packaged in a colorful cardboard box and includes a 3ft micro-USB charging cable, and a 3ft 1/8″ aux cable.
The speaker constructed mostly of plastic with a metal volume knob and speaker grill and covered in a rubber case. The build quality is awesome and it will definitely take some abuse. On one end of the speaker is a rubber flap that when opened reveals a power switch, aux port, and micro-USB charging port. On the opposite end you will find a volume knob and a metal loop to hang the speaker that doubles as a protector for the volume knob. On the top are controls for play/pause/answer/end calls, volume up and down, and skip forward and back.
To test the speaker the first thing I did was submerge it completely in water while playing music, which is much worse than it is rated for, but the speaker handled it like a champ. I also dropped it a few times from roughly 3ft which didn’t hurt it at all. Needless to say, this is one tough speaker. The speaker is not the loudest I have used but gets plenty loud to listen to around a small group of people. The sound quality is better than average even at max volume.
If you are looking for a tough speaker at a price that won’t break the bank, and performs better than most, I highly recommend the Huixinda Bluetooth Speaker.
If you are interested in purchasing one it can be found here.