It seems like dozens of different bluetooth speakers hit the market per month but few look as well-built and appealing as the Kendall from Furni. The tech specs pack a punch with a 2 x 5 watt class "D" audio amplifier, 2 full-range 2" magnetically shielded speakers and an auxiliary 1/8" audio line in (for non-bluetooth connectivity). Its four hour battery run time is plenty for day trips, BBQs and the like and it only takes six hours to fully charge. But more impressive than the sound (let's be honest, it's 2013, anything costing over $100 sounds pretty incredible) is the look. Its got an old school design---like something your Grandfather might have owned---with modern technology built in. I really like that juxtaposition.