The G-GRIP is our favorite. Using the Bluetooth option on my iPad, we can rock out on the dock while my ipad is safe on the deck. I'm not sure exactly how many feet it reaches, but it won't work on the floater part of my dock - only on the stationary part that is a little closer to the house. In the picture above, the speakers on my deck and that is my dock to the right below. This little speaker is much louder than you'd think and is incredibly clear.
In lab tests it withstood drops of over 8 feet and a crush force of over 1,339 pounds, which means we don't have to be gentle with this speaker! With three small children, this speaker has been dropped many times and is still going strong with no signs of us being hard on it. G-GRIP has a built-in rechargeable battery for up to eight hours of play time, so we can spend all day out at the dock or pool without worry about it dying. This will also be perfect for when we go camping. The buckled strap allows you to attach it to pretty much anything you can think of!
Evan can also plug in his little iPod when he wants to listen to his music since it doesn't have a Bluetooth option. We plug it in on the kitchen counter almost every night for our little dance parties.
The G-ZIP plays with any device that has a 3.5mm headphone jack. It features this little "kick stand" so that you can point it on its side in any direction instead of just pointing strain up.
The retractable cable is easy to take out and use, then zip back up. It is small enough to tote anywhere we need it. This tiny speaker can also get loud and has amazing clarity. G-ZIP has a built-in, lithium-ion rechargeable battery that lasts up to 8 hours and charges through a USB port. It also has a protective rubber base so I can let the kids play with it.
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I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for G-Project. I received a G-Grip and G-Zip to facilitate my review.