Fugoo 2.0 speakers have some fantastic quirks, and could possibly be immortal

Friends dancing to the music of their Fugoo 2.0 Bluetooth speakers while on the beach in a sunset.

A quality Bluetooth speaker is like a good friend. It is there for you when you need it the most. In my life, I have not had very great experiences with Bluetooth speakers since they tend to die on me. Whether it’s the battery life or the sound quality, I just can’t seem to find a reliable speaker. It really is a shame.

I believe that I have found the solution to my Bluetooth speaker problems. I have acquired the Fugoo Tough 2.0 and the Fugoo Sport 2.0, and these two speakers have finally given me hope for my Bluetooth speaker experiences. In fact, I absolutely adore these speakers!

The Fugoo Tough 2.0
Credit: Fugoo

So let’s start with the Fugoo Tough 2.0. This speaker is my favorite. I do not have to worry about destroying this speaker. It can handle almost anything I throw at it. It is completely waterproof and has a battery life of up to 12 hours. Remember how I said one of my issues with Bluetooth speakers is that they always run out of battery? Well, I have not had to worry at all about that. 

The Fugoo Sport 2.0
Credit: Fugoo

Next up, the Fugoo Sport 2.0 is just as nice. It is also waterproof, along with pretty much every feature that makes the Tough 2.0 great. Its only difference is that it has a slightly shorter battery life of 10 hours. It is fashionable and lighter than the Tough 2.0, making it an excellent choice for a wide variety of scenery (this one is ideal if you want to take it on a hike).

Both speakers are also able to be used as a speakerphone. There is a microphone inside both speakers so I could make calls as if it was my phone. This is definitely great for those who cannot hear well, and the microphone works about as well as my phone.

The standout feature of these speakers, though, is not just their durability. They are special. They can pair with each other. It doesn’t matter if you have the Sport or the Tough (or the third option, Fugoo Style 2.0). Each speaker pairs with the other to create surround sound. Pairing the speakers was quite simple, and when I tried it out for the first time, I got chills. It definitely works.

To set up the speakers, I charged them first(I feel like this is pretty obvious). Then came one of the more challenging parts for me: finding the power button. This might seem odd, but I had a hard time locating it because it camouflages within the texture on the side of each speaker. If you look closely, though, it is visible.

After scouring each speaker for the pesky power button, I finally pressed it, and the speaker alerted me that it was on. The sound quality was so good in that initial moment that it made me jump. It honestly sounded like there was a man in the room with me (especially in pairing mode,  this can get crazy because while I was by one speaker, the other one suddenly started talking as well). This might’ve been startling at first, but it did not disappoint when I turned on the first song.

I am very happy with my Fugoo speakers. I can take them wherever I please and not have to worry about them getting harmed. In the time that I have owned these speakers, I have not had to recharge them at all. 

Not only that, but these speakers sound amazing. I enjoy sitting directly in the middle of them and soaking in the sound. It gives me chills every time. They truly are wonderful speakers. They give me hope for all things Bluetooth.