Bose® - SoundLink® Revolve Bluetooth® speaker - Triple Black

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Deep. Loud. And immersive, too. The SoundLink® Revolve Bluetooth® speaker delivers true 360° sound for consistent, uniform coverage. Place it in the center of the room to give everyone the same experience. Or set it near a wall so sound radiates and reflects. This wireless speaker is durable, water-resistant and easy to grab and go—with a rechargeable battery that plays up to 12 hours.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Bose® SoundLink® Revolve Bluetooth® speaker
  • USB cable
  • US Power Supply

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1383 out of 1412)

Features


True 360° sound for consistent, uniform coverage

Seamless aluminum body is durable and water-resistant (IPX4)

Enjoy up to 12 hours of play time from a rechargeable, lithium-ion battery

Wireless Bluetooth pairing with voice prompts

Take calls and access Siri or Google Now™ right from your speaker

Pair two speakers together for Stereo or Party Mode playback

Easily manage Bluetooth connections, unlock features and access future updates with the Bose® Connect app

NFC pairing for easy connectivity to your NFC-enabled devices

Available in Triple Black or Lux Gray

Optional charging cradle available

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Overall customer rating

4.8
98%
would recommend to a friend

Expert rating

4.1

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sounds like a Bose

    Posted
    RonH
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    When you open the box, you are greeted with sleek cylindrical shape of the speaker and the reality of the build quality. This speaker weighs almost two pounds and is built like a tank. The body of the speaker is one piece metal construction with a plastic base and rubberized buttons on the top. There are six buttons on the top of the speaker; power, Bluetooth, Aux, volume up, volume down and a multi-purpose button. The battery needed charged right out of the box but the speaker turned on after a few minutes of being connected to the charger. When you power it on the first time, you need to select the prompt language, then its ready to pair. The Bose Revolve has NFC so pairing was as simple as tapping my android phone to the top of the speaker and pressing “yes” on my phone. It does not however have the NFC icon/symbol you would expect to see showing where to tap. The most important issue, how does it sound? AMAZING! This little speaker kicks out some room-filling volume with a clarity and fullness that is definitely Bose. I was unsure how a seemingly one channel device would compare with a two-speaker stereo unit and I can honestly say it doesn’t matter. The sound coming from this little speaker is so immersive and full, stereo sound is a non-issue. There is an app for this speaker, Bose Connect but its pretty lackluster, only offering volume and connectivity options, oh and you can use it to rename the device and select the voice language. I’m convinced the attitude at Bose is “we know how your music is supposed to sound” and you’re going to like it. I would have like to have seen the app allow some sound adjustment for the speaker, similar to the Sony app that lets you adjust the Extra Bass and add sound profiles. The multi-purpose button is used to pause, select next track or go back, by pressing once, twice or three times in succession, similar to the button on iPod headphones. There is a socket in the bottom of the speaker, I assume for mounting. The first thing that came to mind was a camera tripod; and it fit. This might be useful for a back-yard party, being able to mount the speaker at ear level. When you turn the Revolve on, it announces the battery level and devices it is connected to. I was surprised to hear it say it was connected to two devices at the same time. It seems this is a feature of other “Soundlink” models as well, allowing you to link to two devices and switch between them. I gave it a try and it worked as described. With the first device playing, I pressed play on the 2nd device, nothing happened until I stopped the song on the first and immediately device 2 began playing. I can’t quite figure out the usefulness of this but I’m sure someone asked for it for good reason. If you have the revolve connected to a phone, when you get a call it chirps, says “call from” and speaks the caller ID. Simply press the multi-purpose button and the Revolve becomes a speaker phone, and it sounds pretty great. When the call ends, it says “call disconnected” and the music begins again. There is a wired AUX input to connect the speaker to non-Bluetooth sources which is then selected by pressing the AUX button on the top of the speaker. Unlike most other speakers, Bose did not include a 3.5mm aux cable. (Even my $14 generic model included one) Battery life is very good. I’ve been playing this several hours a day for a week on a charge. There is an accessory charging cradle that allows you to just set the unit on it to power/charge it. I am not a big fan of micro USB cables so this works great for me. Plug the base in once and you’re done. If I had created the charging base, I would have also incorporated the AUX plug into it, adding an extra bit of functionality, also making it easier to just grab and go. To wrap this up, I was a little on the fence getting this kind of speaker but glad I did. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for decent sound at their next gathering.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Sound AND Portable...Can't Ask For Much More

    Posted
    Panther68
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    INITIAL IMPRESSIONS: The Bose SoundLink Revolve Bluetooth Speaker is, in its simplest form, a “reworked” version of their other SoundLink speakers, coming closest to the SoundTouch 10 Speaker in terms of size, sound quality, and functionality. Take note that there will also be a slightly larger model, called the Revolve+, which, likewise, would come close to the SoundTouch 20 Speaker. The biggest differences are in the shape (they are round cylinders, similar to an Amazon Echo), as well as the fact that they are portable, ala other SoundLink devices. First, the shape…a cylindrical speaker is a bit strange, but, at the same time, different in a somewhat pleasing way, as it doesn’t scream “I’m a speaker”. From the base, working up, it narrows slightly, having all control buttons on its top. TheRevolve + is a slightly larger, and taller, version of the same speaker (it also has a carrying handle, giving it somewhat if a “lantern” appearance), to which I’m going to assume it has a slightly larger diameter speaker…but I can’t confirm this, not having actually seen one. BATTERY, DISTANCE, AND WATER RESISTANCE: Where portability, and battery life, is a concern, the Revolve lasts up to 12 hours, while the Revolve+ model will have a 16-hour charge. In charging both speakers, you have two choices – plugging the microUSB cable directly into the Revolve speakers, or purchasing ($30) the optional SoundLink Revolve Charging Cradle. I HIGHLY recommend the cradle, as it will not only save you time in plugging/unplugging, but, over time, the speaker’s connection could get damaged. Additionally…and, more importantly…when using the Revolve speaker at home, place it on the Charging Cradle to keep it fully charged, while still using it. In terms of distance, inside the house, I was able to maintain connectivity to my cell phone (my “music player”, with well over 100GB of MP3s encoded @ 256Mbps) for approximately 25-30 feet, which is about average where Bluetooth is concerned. However, in terms of music quality, I found it best to maintain a distance no greater than 20 feet, as signal, and thus sound quality, quickly degraded beyond that point. Outside, on the other hand, was a different story…great sound quality was maintained to approximately 30 feet, “decent” to approximately 35-40 feet, with signal loss taking place at 45 feet. This was, to say the least, better than my expectations. I can’t say that every connected device will achieve this…some will be less, and others could possibly be more. While not the greatest in “water protection”, let it be known that the Revolve Speakers do have an IP rating of 04, meaning that they are NOT protected against solids, and where liquids are concerned, “water splashing against the enclosure from any direction shall have no harmful effect” (info obtained from dsmt.com). SOUND QUALITY: Of course, the whole purpose of a speaker is to play music. So, how do they sound? Let’s just say I’ve never been a huge fan of Bose products. They produce really good-quality sound, but tend to be overpriced for what they are. In other words, you’re paying a decent amount for the ‘Bose’ name. That’s NOT saying Bose products are bad, or that they produce bad-quality sound – they ARE good, and they DO produce great sound…but, you can usually find equal-quality products, producing better-quality sound, for the same, or less, money. That being said, the Bose Revolve Bluetooth Speaker lives up to the Bose reputation – it produces really good-quality sound, but costs more than I truly believe it’s worth. ADDITIONAL THOUGHTS: The best part of the Revolve speaker is…or, better yet, will be (once officially released)…the Bose apps (Bose SoundTouch and/or Bose Connect). To be honest, I haven’t had the opportunity to use them, I did speak with the manager of a local Bose store, so the following is based on what he told me. Additionally, I’m not 100% certain of both apps, or only one, will be used with the Revolve speakers. Anyway, moving on…according to what I was told, the app(s) will give you the ability to adjust tonality, so as to give the illusion of being in different areas (concert hall, stadium, small hall, large hall, etc). Additionally, it will provide “party mode” (the same sound emanating from multiple paired Revolve Speakers), as well as “stereo mode” (the “left” audio out of one speaker, & “right” audio out of the other speaker, when two speakers are paired). FINAL VERDICT: The Bose SoundLink Revolve Bluetooth Speaker (and its larger Revolve+ sibling) lives up to the Bose reputation, producing very good quality (heck, I’ll even go so far as to say somewhat better than “very good”) sound, and being a great, well-built product. The fact that it’s a portable Bluetooth speaker, and still producing sound of this quality, is even better. The “icing on the cake” is the (optional) Charging Cradle, making charging the revolve speaker(s) a simple, effortless task. Would I recommend the Bose Revolve Speaker? If I completely disregard my not being a big Bose fan, the answer is “absolutely”. Even knowing I’m not a Bose fan, my answer would still be “yes”. Bose has produced a great product, with a better-than-very-good sound quality, at a price that is on par with similar products. What give the advantage over those “similar products” is the Charging Cradle, as well as the Bose apps. The Revolve Speaker is, on its own, already a great product…but, when combined with the apps & Charging Cradle (which, at only $30, is an excellent value), everything is even better. Disclaimer: This product was provided free, or at reduced cost, for the purpose of reviewing the product. Nevertheless, the above review, be it positive, negative, or anywhere in-between, is a 100% honest review, and the price paid played absolutely no part in my review.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Baby Bose Big Sound

    Posted
    Maclemoor
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    Everyone knows what Bose is known for and this little guy doesn’t stray from that. Straight off the back of the box you are informed; Deep, loud and immersive sound (I agree but the speaker is only size of your hand so don’t expect your whole home to be immersed) True 360-degree sound (I agree, spun the entire speaker and there were no missing sounds throughout) This really helps when you have it in a mutual spot and don’t want to exclude an area. Con to this is you may want to direct the music but can’t since it’s a full 360, so be careful where you put it. Water resistant and durable (doesn’t mean put it in the water but this guy is so small I can carry it to the tub, take a bath or shower, take it outside while I bar-b-que and then back inside to the kitchen while I finish cooking. One speaker for every location inside and outside my home). Right now its bedside because I’m sick, so I play jazz music to help me go to sleep. Bose Connect App enhances control (again back to how I’m using it now, instead of reaching over to change the song or volume, I just keep my phone close by, which I already do and control this little guy from my cell phone thru the app. Easy peezy) Con to connecting to your phone is getting messages, emails and phones to interrupt your music. Even more of a con, is if you have guests and other ppl connect to your Bose and decide to have a full conversation on your bose speaker, not cool. To avoid this just tell them to turn on ‘do not disturb’ and all should be fine. Up to 12 hours per full charge is really impressive. I see no reason for this not to happen unless you don’t let it play through and change the song, volume and such every 2 minutes. Set up was really easy. 1) I plugged in the cord to the Bose and then the cord to the wall plug, then plug that into a wall power source. 2) Then I pressed the plus sign and looked for English. Surprise, it’s the first language, so then I pressed the multi-use button and it was ready to pair. After pairing it through my Bose app, I changed its name (personal choice) and some other features to make it more functional to myself. Not too excited on trying to figure out what the Multi-use button will mean when I’m trying to use it. once for voice command, or play or pause or pick up the phone or hand up the phone. Heck I’m confused and the directions leave much to be desired or figured out in this case. Hah. The battery charging colors are pretty simple, green is good, blinking orange is charging, solid orange is half charged and red is Need to charge. The Bluetooth button will stay on when its connected to something. Overall I like the size and feel. The sound is synonymous to Bose quality but I’m not a fan of the multiuse button or the function that connects your calls and notifications to the speaker. The multiuse button does connect you to siri if you have an iphone and you can talk to it and ask it questions (what’s the weather, play a son, who won a game, cool right). Not sure if its small enough or the right shape to travel with either. I’ll give it a go and report back. It has a good design, so I say pop it in the middle of large room and let it play.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    360 degrees of Sound from Bose

    Posted
    JoeBlow25
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    This is the first speaker I have ever used that emits sound in all directions equally. After using for a while and playing with the app, I am very impressed with the ease of use, sound quality and portability of the speaker. Overall build quality - Coming in at around 6" tall, the speaker is easy to pick up and take with you wherever you are going, but has just the right amount of weight to not feel cheap. Like most Bose products, this speaker sticks with the Bose design philosophy with minimalistic styling so as not to be too intrusive in the room it is placed in. One interesting design feature is the included tripod mounting hole on the bottom of the speaker. This definitely allows for a lot of flexibility on where you can place this speaker in a room as you are not limited by where your tables, shelves, etc... happen to be located. However, I am guessing this is more for when you are having a party or if you are taking the speaker with you somewhere because I don't think most people are going to want to have a tripod mounted speaker as a permanent fixture in their homes. Sound Quality - For it's size the sounds quality is very good. The speaker is able to get very loud without noticeable distortion. Bass leaves a bit to be desired but, again, is decent considering the size. This speaker can easily fill a large room with high fidelity sound. App and Ease of Use - When the speaker is turned on, it will automatically pair with any devices it can find that it has paired with in the past - it will pair with up to 2 devices at the same time. If it does not find a recognized devices to pair with, it will immediately go into pairing mode. This is a very nice feature as you do not need to hold down any buttons for long periods of time to initiate pairing mode. The app is also well designed and shows which Bose product you are managing, which devices are connected to the speaker and allows you to disconnect devices as well. Volume can be controlled with buttons on the top of the speaker, or via the app as well. I personally prefer to use the app as it is easy to tell what the volume level is based on the slider position and percentage indicator. If you are playing music from the phone running the app, you can also see what track is being played and skip back and forth between tracks all within the Bose connect app. Bose's specialty has always been big high quality sound in a small package, and I think they used their audio engineering expertise to achieve a true 360 degree speaker that can fill a room with sound without any dead zones. This is a clear advantage over most other Bluetooth speakers out there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Bluetooth speaker for the size

    Posted
    Jack
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    I received a pre-release review unit under the Best Buy Tech Insider program along with a charging base. After using for more than a week, here's my opinion: DESIGN Soundlink Revolve is designed like a cylinder -- the intent is to get a 360 degree immersive audio experience. This is really good especially if you are outdoors. It has a well-built metallic body with a rubbery top for controls. It is dust and water-resistant which is again very handy for outdoor music playback. The unit feels a bit heavy due to the metal construction, but that may not be an issue for normal usage. SOUND Now the best part of this speaker: the sound is so good compared to its size. I usually do not like Bluetooth speakers in general and am more of a headphone person, but I was blown away at the sound. I used to use my Google Home for my podcasts and music IF I didn't want to use my headphones, but after hearing the Soundlink Revolve, I can't go back to the Google Home anymore. The bass is quite good, and so are the highs. Of course you can't expect Sonos-like sound in this one, but still you'll definitely get amazed at the quality from this speaker. CONTROL & CONNECTIVITY You have the normal array of control: power, play/pause, forward, rewind. There are separate buttons to select source: Bluetooth or the 3.5mm audio in (quite handy if you want to keep our wired source attached while wanting to play something over Bluetooth). There's audio prompts when you turn on or connect the speaker and it speaks out the name of the source as well. This is useful since you can connect it to at least 2 devices over Bluetooth at once. APP There's a companion app for the speaker called Bose Connect. You can name your speaker, toggle voice prompts and of course change the volume with the app. The battery level is also available. However, there's been a recent report saying this app uploads usage data to Bose which may be shared with 3rd party services. I didn't go into details on this, and since I don't think its essential for normal operation, I just got rid of this. CONCLUSION Overall, this is a mighty good speaker. Bose's are always lauded for their good sound and quality, and this speaker does not disappoint in those categories. If you are in the market for a good Bluetooth speaker and also willing to spend some dough, you should definitely check out this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    In a word - solid

    Posted
    Jules
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    tl;dr Great output for a small speaker, with low-, mid-, and high- range. Easy setup, stable BT, bad power adapter design, simple but useful app. I'm relatively new to BT speakers because I never had much of a need, but a while back I got a Big Magicbox and was pleased with the portability and performance. I used it only for listening to news, podcasts, and audiobooks because it was never for music anyway - it falls way short for that. Now that I have this Revolve, I'm practically blown away by the full (and loud!), generous sound I can have from a small speaker (the same size as the Magicbox). Now I have a decent portable speaker for music, and the volume doesn't need to be turned up to sound good. I've got a good component system, but the Revolve lets me take music outside and elsewhere. Since Bose specs are mostly a secret and online shopping can't provide the real audio experience, all I can say is that the output doesn't sound cheap. Since it is Bose, it had better not. The 360 degree design is implemented well. On the Revolve, two devices can be paired at one time meaning you can switch (using the app or the button on top) between them and not have to bother with pairing and unpairing. The only limitation here is that, in order to use the Bose Connect app for volume, BT selection, audio controls, etc you have to reserve one of the two connections for the app on your phone (or tablet). There is an aux jack and a micro usb jack on the side toward the bottom, and a charging cradle point and pole mount threads on the bottom. The Revolve comes with a usb-to-micro usb cord and power adapter. About that stupid adapter - it's huge and is best plugged into the bottom of a wall outlet or the single wide-spaced outlet at the end of some power strips. Otherwise you're blocking more than is desirable. But, it is pretty flat. I guess that's good but it doesn't make up for how wide it is. Wall charging uses the usb cord and power adapter. I don't yet know how long a full charge takes, but going from 50% to 100% was a matter of about an hour. Alternatively, there is a charging cradle available separately. I've gotten moer than 10 hours with a recharge. I don't know how low the battery was at that point and can't yet say how long it can go on idle. The speaker is packaged with nearly zero information introducing it or using it, but setup is practically done once you plug it in. I played with the buttons on the top to see what they do and they are almost straighforward. Volume up and down, power, bluetooth (press multiple times to initiate pairing and choose between connections), aux/usb input selector (press multiple times to switch between modes), and the last (at 6 o'clock) is one I haven't yet quite figured out. One point to note - the serial number is not on the box but it is imprinted on the bottom rubber-like pad, though it is very, very small and rather indistinct. Since everyone needs their serial number at some point, it's nice to know that it is accessible in the app. Whew. My underperforming eyes were glad to see it. Bluetooth performance is outstanding so far. Quick to pair and there have been no drops in the week or so that I've used this. It handled an incoming call (on the paired phone) by announcing it, including the number. All in all, solid.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Immediately Impressed!

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    TcCokato
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    Overall this speaker was on par with my expectations for a Bose speaker and because it’s water resistant, will be a nice addition to my outdoor activities this summer. Setup was quick and painless with all of the devices tested. This speaker maintains multiple Bluetooth pairings as well and features NFC pairing with the installation of the Bose connect app. Sound quality was impressive for a majority of my tests, I did note that the quality of the bass was diminished when playing music with heavy bass at max volume. When the speaker was set at moderate to high volume the sound quality impeccable, deep base, rich, clear mid and high-end tones, which is to be expected from Bose. Even though this speaker looks similar to other smart home devices, it does not come with this feature. However, if your phone is properly setup to accept voice commands via Bluetooth you can “add” this functionality, but due to the multitude of devices out there I cannot guarantee it will be compatible with all phones. It will however function as a Bluetooth speaker phone which is a nice bonus. I was a slightly disappointed that the Bluetooth reception strength was a bit lacking, which may or may not be the fault of the speaker. When paired with my phone, the speaker frequently lost its connection as I moved it to an area within 15 ft. of the speaker. Granted, there were a few obstructions between the two devices, but nothing that should have interrupted the connection like it did. I performed the same test with the speaker paired to my laptop and no connection issues were noted. During my tests, I managed to get about 11hrs of battery life before the device powered down, which is more than adequate for a wireless speaker. +1 star Easy setup NFC Pairing Long Battery life Exceptional Sound quality (low to high volume) Maintains multiple Bluetooth connections Water resistant Speaker phone -1 star Bass distortion at max volume Bluetooth connection inconsistent between devices Overall: 5 stars

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Dynamic Range for a little speaker.

    Posted
    dorkhead2
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    The Bose SoundLink Revolve Bluetooth speaker produces great sound. The mids and highs are crisp and clear, and the bass is good. Like most Bose speakers, the bass is not heavy. Don't expect a strong and loud base note. The base is present, it's just clean and controlled. I compared this $199 speaker to another Bluetooth speaker (Anker A3143) I purchased about a year ago. That speaker's value was around $60. So, while you cannot expect similar quality and sound, you can at least compare the two to see how they are different. I love the Anker speaker because it produces a loud and good sound for an affordable price. All the reviews I read about that speaker stood up to my use and experience with it. When comparing the Bose Revolve speaker, you do get what you pay for. You get a clearer and crisper sound (less muddled than the Anker), and the ability for the speaker to produce a wider range of sound. Also, the Bose speaker has the internal power to produce a louder sound overall. Not to mention, the sound is evenly distributed in a 360-degree sound field. The Bose speaker has a longer battery life (10 to 12 hours), and the ability to control certain features within its own app. The Anker doesn't interface with an app in any way. I was very happy with my Anker speaker, but the Bose Revolve speaker will become my go to Bluetooth speaker for my portable sound needs (e.g. small gatherings, music outside in the yard, etc.) The setup was simple, and it connected very easily to my Galaxy S6 phone running Android 6.0.1. The app that you download separately is nicely designed and it's kept simple. It can read the music you're playing on your phone, and displays the song's information within the app. You can also pause the song, or move around to different parts within the app. It's nothing too special, but it does allow you to do quick changes to the song without getting out of the app. You can also control the speaker's volume within the app. The speaker’s volume level is kept separate from the phone's volume. Meaning, if you crank your phone's volume all the way up, you can still control the speaker’s volume within the app and on the physical unit itself. Conversely, you can leave the volume to the speaker all the way up within the app or on the unit, and control the loudness using the volume buttons on your phone. Another great feature that is accessible within the app, is the ability to pair two Bose Revolve speakers in stereo mode. If you’re looking to pair two portable Bluetooth speakers to receive true stereo sound, these speakers can do this. Of course, you'll have to buy a second one. Overall, this is an excellent Bluetooth speaker. I do wish it produced a little more bass, especially for the price. But I guess there's only so much a speaker of this diminutive size (6 inches tall by 3 inches wide) can generate in the low frequency range. Still, the bass is present, and like I mentioned above, clear and crisp.

    I would recommend this to a friend

What experts are saying

Rating: 4.1 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews

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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about usability, design, size and reliability. Editors are less positive about price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 94/100 = Excellent quality.
  • What Hi-Fi? (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5What Hi-Fi? on August 1, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve review
    This petite Bose Bluetooth speaker makes a huge impactFull Review
  • Alphr (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Grace Shallow on July 31, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve review: Brilliant 360-degree audio in a compact package
    It isn't smart, but Bose's compact 360-degree speaker sounds fantasticFull Review
  • Expert Reviews (UK)Rating, 4 out of 5Jonathan Bray on July 6, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve review: High class Bluetooth audio
    Top-quality Bluetooth audio, but you pay through the nose for itFull Review
  • Trusted Reviews (UK)Rating, 4.5 out of 5Simon Osborne-Walker on June 28, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve
    The buzz in Bluetooth speakers these days is all around 360-degree audio, with the music sounding the same no matter where you are in the room. The SoundLink Revolve is Bose getting in on that omnidirectional-audio act.Full Review
  • which.co.ukJune 11, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve review
    A fresh addition to the Bose speaker line up, the Revolve is a durable portable Bluetooth speaker. It's designed to deliver sound in all directions; great for parties, be that indoors, outdoors or at the pool. But can the Bose SoundLink RevolveFull Review
  • PCMagRating, 4 out of 5Tim Gideon on June 1, 2017
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    The Bose SoundLink Revolve delivers rich, powerful Bluetooth audio in a water-resistant design, but feels slightly overpriced.Full Review
  • cnet.co.ukRating, 4 out of 5David Carnoy on April 28, 2017
    Bose SoundLink Revolve review
    Cylindrical design, 360-degree omnidirectional sound.Full Review



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