Eton Rugged Rukus

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  • Eton Rugged Rukus
  • Eton Rugged Rukus
  • Eton Rugged Rukus
  • Eton Rugged Rukus
  • Eton Rugged Rukus

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Specification

Wireless
Wireless Inputs Bluetooth
Brand Eton
Model NRKS200GR
Warranty 12 months
Size 14 x 4 cm (5.5 x 1.6 in)

The "1-Minute" Review

Definitely one of the stranger looking speakers, the Eton Rugged Rukus features a solar panel for charging along with the traditional Micro USB port.

The two speakers are positioned on either side of a built-in carrying handle, and the flat top is used for solar charging. The Rukus is water resistant and drop-proof and pairs easily with any Bluetooth device, and offers up to eight hours of playback on a single battery charge.

Critic Reviews


Crutchfield

A great outdoor portable speaker

from Crutchfield

This is a great outdoor portable speaker. I would use this at the beach, poolside, on a hike, on the deck — anywhere outside. Because it’s solar-powered, long exposure on a sunny day can keep the Rugged Rukus charged and ready. And being able to use that stored power for a smartphone...More

This is a great outdoor portable speaker. I would use this at the beach, poolside, on a hike, on the deck — anywhere outside. Because it’s solar-powered, long exposure on a sunny day can keep the Rugged Rukus charged and ready. And being able to use that stored power for a smartphone is an added plus — especially when you’re outdoors and far from an outlet.

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Digital Trends

Clever little wedge of solar-powered sound, packing cool future tech into a sharp, hearty design

from Digital Trends

Etón’s Rugged Ruckus is a clever little wedge of solar-powered sound, packing cool future tech into a sharp, hearty design. A slightly noisy Bluetooth connection keeps us from putting the speaker at the very top of our list, and those who desire a bigger sound from their sun speaker...More

Etón’s Rugged Ruckus is a clever little wedge of solar-powered sound, packing cool future tech into a sharp, hearty design. A slightly noisy Bluetooth connection keeps us from putting the speaker at the very top of our list, and those who desire a bigger sound from their sun speaker may want to check out the original Ruckus. But if you want to conveniently take your music into the wild, you’ll be hard pressed to find another $100 speaker that does what the Rugged ruckus can.

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