Seeing as how it’s only $100, the Sound Kick is an excellent buy. It’s available starting this week exclusively from Soundfreaq’s website and at Target stores, but a Soundfreaq spokesperson tells me the Sound Kick will make its way to other retail outlets in the coming months.Read the full review →
Conclusion: We like it
The Soundfreaq Sound Kick sets a new bar for sub-$100 Bluetooth speakers — at least as far as sound quality is concerned. Compared to other budget speakers, it provides great sound, and can be played at reasonably high volumes without distortion. However, it's bulkier than a lot of other portable speakers, doesn't include a speakerphone, and can't be charged over USB (though it does include a USB port, so you can use it to charge your smartphone). If you don't need a speakerphone or a pocket-sized speaker, and don't want to spend too much, the Sound Kick is a good choice.
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Design and form factor
The Soundfreaq Sound Kick portable Bluetooth speaker is a good value, with an attractive design and good performance for its size.Read the full review →
If you’re looking for an inexpensive speaker dock with good sound quality that works with mobile devices and could be considered portable in a pinch, you might want to consider the Sound Kick. But, ... I realize I’m more likely to take something like the Jambox with me during travel.Read the full review →
Soundfreaq has done a masterful job of crafting something that will be extremely hard to beat for its $100 price, and consequently, we believe that Sound Kick is fully worthy of our high recommendation.Read the full review →
In conclusion, the Sound Kick is a good buy, and probably the most sound for money I've heard from a portable Bluetooth speaker to date. It may not be something you can walk around with in your hand, but that extra heft certainly doesn't go to waste.Read the full review →
This is a fabulous bluetooth portable speaker. Compatible with iOS, android, and other bluetooth devices. Has Stereo Mini Aux Input. Lithium Ion battery- 7 hrs of portable use. Can actually charge your USB based devices off it's internal battery. Excellent size, and beautiful sound coming from...Read the full review →
The Sound Kick is overall an awsome bluetooth speaker. First, it has a great price at only $100. Second, it is just very nice looking, if looks pretty elegant and sleek, so you can put it anywhere. as for durability it feels superbly steady. As for audio, its loud enough to maybe be heard at max...Read the full review →
I usually factor cost into my reviews as us common folk don't review these things just for fun, but we review them as consumers. The bottom line is that the Sound Kick is easily worth the $99 I paid; which is the full retail price. It sounds amazing and is easy to pair. The dedicated power button...Read the full review →