There has been one consistent trend in the tech industry over the last half a decade – everything is going wireless. Wireless devices have undoubtedly made our lives a lot easier. The devices that come in handy while in a hurry are hit amongst the users around the world. After smartphones; Bluetooth speakers, Wireless headphones, and power banks have turned out to be fundamental necessities in a millennials’ life. In this article, I will share my thoughts on one such wireless device that I got to review recently. It is TAGG FLEX Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. The speaker is priced at Rs. 1,749 and is available for sale on TAGG’s online website and on Amazon.in.
Tagg Flex Review-
- Flex Bluetooth Wireless speaker
- Attached AUX cable and Micro USB cable
- User Manual
The TAGG Flex Bluetooth speaker features a classy design with a smooth finishing. As for the material used, the speaker is made up of all plastic casing. On the top, there are buttons for volume, mode, and call control. The connectivity features are placed at the rear where you will find a micro USB port, microphone, microSD slot along with on/off button.
Overall, the speaker feels solid and well-constructed. At 300 g, this speaker is ultra-portable making it easy to carry anywhere in your bag.
At this budget, this TAGG Flex Bluetooth speaker offers an amazing bass performance, especially for the price range. The speaker can get really loud at 100 percent volume, and create a punchy bass. I played a wide genre of music and will say that the speaker performed very well. The bass produced by the speaker also packs a little punch so it would be a good investment if you are looking for a desk speaker with loud sound output and punchy bass. Overall, the sound quality offered by Flex is great for its price and make it a convincing choice in the budget category.
Connectivity and Battery Life:
Talking about the connectivity, the speaker comes with V 4.2 Bluetooth support and a microSD card slot for additional playback support. It lacks 3.5 mm audio jack but its charging cable has a 3.5 mm male port on another side. So you can still use the speaker over 3.5 mm audio cable. Bluetooth pairing is simple & reconnection is fast. The range is superior to average, and I experienced no drop-outs or loss-of-connection issues. Tagg Flex uses standard micro USB charging slot for charging. The speaker also comes packed with built-in mic for hands-free calling. The built-in mic worked without any issues while receiving or making calls. The audio quality was pretty decent.
The TAGG Flex comes packed with 1200mAh battery. It takes around 2 hours for a full charge and after getting the full charge you will be getting about 4 to 5 hours of non-stop playback time wired or wirelessly.