BUGANI Bluetooth Speaker M91 Portable Wireless Speaker with 40W Loud Stereo Sound, IPX6 Waterproof, Support SD Card/AUX,

(9 customer reviews)

Brand BUGANI Speaker Type Outdoor Connectivity Technology Bluetooth, Auxiliary Special Feature Portable Recommended Uses For Product Volume Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations › View or edit your browsing history After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in.


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Product Description

Bluetooth Speaker

Don’t Use in The Room Cause It’s Gonna Rip The Roof

Genuine 40W large power makes it possible to generate loud sound from a relatively small body. Designed for outdoor activities with a silicone retractable handle.

Bluetooth Speaker

Stereo Sound

Feel the sense of space with two 20W speakers

Bluetooth Speakers

Enjoy Outdoor Life with BUGANI Louder

Additional information

Weight 1.65 kg
Mounting Type


Controller Type




Included Components


Product Dimensions

11.97"D x 6.38"W x 6.61"H

Audio Output Mode


Age Range (Description)


Is Waterproof


Number of Items


Control Method


Power Source

Battery Powered

Woofer Diameter

30 Centimeters

Water Resistance Level


Number of Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Audio Driver Type

Dynamic Driver

Number of Microphones


Connectivity Protocol


Includes MP3 player?


Is Electric


Number of Power Levels


Total Ethernet Ports


Item Weight

1.65 Kilograms, 3.63 pounds




1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

May 18, 2023



9 reviews for BUGANI Bluetooth Speaker M91 Portable Wireless Speaker with 40W Loud Stereo Sound, IPX6 Waterproof, Support SD Card/AUX,

  1. GB

    I got this on Prime Day for a fantastic price, about 1/3 of it’s normal price. Even though I knew this, I wasn’t expecting much, but was pleasantly surprised. Although the listing and photos claim 40W, the box clearly states 24W, so maybe 40W peak, but so you are aware as a potential buyer who would want to know, each speaker is 12W for a total of 24W according to the specs on the box. But, it does sound louder than 24W, and there is no distortion even at high volume. The speakers are 3″ each.Pairing to my Android was a snap. There are actually a ton of features not experienced in previous Bluetooth speakers I’ve owned. Connectivity and inputs are Bluetooth 5.3, TF card, and Auxiliary. Charging is by USB-C, and the charging and Auxiliary cables are included. I would opt for at least a 30W PD charger, as my USB-C version 3.1 took at least 8 hours, and that wasn’t even finished charging, I got tired of waiting. At 4K mAh, smaller than my smart phone, it shouldn’t take more than a couple of hours. I switched it to my Anker 65W PIQ 3.0 GaN fast charger with a 100W Ugreen cable for the last hour before pulling the plug altogether.The casing is ABS with a metal grill and is impact resistant, which I don’t doubt, and the retractable silicone handle feels great in the hand. The wedge shape is also very convenient as I need it for my 1993 Toyota, and my current 10W is too quiet with road noise. I have no doubt based on listening to it in the house, it will certainly do the trick. But the wedge shape gives me more options for placement. It is also IPX6.You should be aware that the reviews are for the M90, and this is the M91, also under the brand Oraolo, which is on the page in small print. Some newer reviews might be for this model, but the photos posted by buyers clearly show the M90. One customer wrote that he refuses to write a review for a different model, certainly understandable. I recommend reading the Oraolo listing for reviews of this model. They also offer it in other colors, including pink.Overall, I would happily recommend this item.

  2. The Illusion of certainty

    This model “M91” is a rebadged “Oraolo” speaker, they upgraded their charge port to “C-type” and they also claim “higher power, when in fact Bugani act as though having (2) 20 watt speakers somehow qualifies as 40 watts audio power, (which it does not) it lists 12 watts per channel which makes sense, you need speakers that can handle at least 1/2 the power you’re pumping into them.Ok, it sounds slightly better, from what I recall the original the first iteration of this design by Oraolo had like 8 or 10 watts per channel, so an extra 2 watts, (maybe) or it could be that Carlito sounds good on almost any speaker.The bass didn’t improve, but perhaps it’s still better than smaller speakers with more power.The best bass is probably M83 Plus by Bugani, (if you can find it).I think whatever sound you want depends on your budget and what devices you use, this unit uses tf cards and has the older “micro” charging port instead of the newer C-type that the “high power” Oraolo uses.My initial impression is that Oraolo wanted to “unload” their old units with micro charging ports and tf media card slots, (maybe Bugani thought their name had enough cache to push these older units) Oraolo’s new units ditched the tf card slot in favor of a USB port for flash drives and if you use it, it still has a BT capacity, (which I never use).

  3. Al K

    Was disappointed at volume and tone of speaker considering size, price, description.

  4. NTerry

    Update02/05/2024The battery did ok for the first two days. Now I have to leave it plugged in or it does not power on. So with that said, it kind of defeats the purpose in it being a “portable” Bluetooth speaker. I do not want to go through the process of a refund or exchange. But I will never buy anything from this brand again.

  5. Jayden Kuziak

    Is pretty loud and has great sound and quilty to it and the battery life last only took about a week till I had to first charge is east to use portables a little big but it’s easy to carry around places not super heavy right weight and decent enough size

  6. Florida Man

    Easy to use and sounds great !

  7. Uchi Apaato

    You must reset the volume with each activation. Great sound though.I actually got this for my pos car because the stereo/amplifier of the car died.Positioned on the floor behind the center arm rest and angled upwards at 60 degrees (I used door stoppers), it sounds full and wide enough as a car stereo. The annoyance as mentioned first is always having to press the volume button to the max after activating.The device’s judgement of how much battery life is left is fickle and may automatically decrease your max volume when there is no need to do so.One moment, your phone may say that the speaker has 70% battery life, then 20%, then 85%. It is quite annoying in that respect.

  8. nylorac hemphill

    I love the brand but sometimes it’s a hit or miss depending on how loud the speaker plays but it does well for me while I’m in the kitchen cooking

  9. Emanuel Toledo Mejía

    RegularLa pila no dura no más de una hora, pero por el precio que esperaba.

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