Upgraded, Anker Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker with IPX5 Waterproof, Stereo Sound, 24H Playtime, Portable Wireless Speaker for

(9 customer reviews)

Brand Anker Model Name SoundCore Speaker Type Outdoor Connectivity Technology Bluetooth Special Feature Waterproof, Built In Microphone ASTONISHING SOUND: Breathtaking stereo sound with deep bass is delivered with exceptional clarity and zero distortion by two high-sensitivity drivers and a patented bass port. 24H WORRY-FREE BATTERY LIFE: Anker’s exclusive, long-life battery technology provides the Bluetooth speaker…



Model Number: A3102

The Bluetooth Speaker with Superior Sound and Playtime

Superior Sound Quality
Wherever life takes you, experience your music with powerful stereo sound and crisp, tight bass. Boasting less than 1% total harmonic distortion, SoundCore sounds great even at the highest volumes.

Incredible Battery Life
Anker’s industry-leading power management technology keeps your tunes playing for up to 24 hours on a single charge—that’s over a week’s worth of playtime (based on average usage).

IPX5-Rated Protection
Soundcore is defended against water and other liquids thanks to its IPX5-rated build.

Uncompromised Portability
To keep SoundCore small but also sounding great, we’ve designed it using a unique spiral bass port design. The result is a clean bass sound you can easily pick up and put in your bag.

Bluetooth 5.0 Connectivity
Unlike most other speakers, SoundCore uses the very latest Bluetooth technology to maximize device compatibility and pairing speed.

From the brand

From the manufacturer


Anker Soundcore

Anker Soundcore combines superior sound with precision design and our power management technology to create speakers which put your music first.


Soundcore delivers astonishing sound from a lightweight, portable speaker with incredible build quality.

Boasting an impressive 24-hour battery life to play your soundtrack all day long, Soundcore takes you on an unforgettable journey. Music is no longer lost in the background, it becomes the core of your adventure.

  • Astonishing Sound
  • 24-Hour Playtime
  • IPX5 Waterproof
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Drop-Proof
  • Lightweight Design
  • Built-In Mic

Anker Soundcore




Waterproof Casing

IPX5-rated protection defends Soundcore against spilled drinks, rain, and other liquids.

Astonishing Sound

Dual full-range drivers, a patented bass port, and a fine-tuned Digital Signal Processor present music with rousing highs and deep lows. Even at high volumes, there’s less harmonic distortion resulting in remarkable clarity.

24 Hour Battery Life

Soundcore synergizes Anker’s power management technology and a high-efficiency battery for up to 24 hours of sublime audio.

Anker Soundcore




Connect with Alexa

Soundcore connects with Alexa-enabled devices.

Rock-Solid Connection

Bluetooth 5.0 ensures your devices maintain a strong, stable connection up to 66 ft away for skip-free music.

Instant Setup

Use with phones, tablets and almost any other Bluetooth-enabled device. Soundcore reconnects to the last device used for instant music playback.

Additional information

Weight 12.64 kg

Black, Blue, Red

Compatible Devices

Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop



Subwoofer Diameter

2.5 Inches

Mounting Type


Unit Count

1.0 Count

Controller Type

Battery Powered

Battery Life

24 Hours

Included Components

Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker,USB-Micro Cable * 1 ,Quick Start Guide

Product Dimensions

2.1"D x 6.5"W x 1.9"H

Audio Output Mode


Is Waterproof


Battery Capacity


Charging Time

24 Hours

Warranty Type


Maximum Range

20 Meters

Number of Items


Control Method


Speaker Size

165 Millimeters

Power Source

Battery Powered

Package Type


Number of Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Audio Driver Type

Dynamic Driver

Bluetooth Range

20 Meters

Connectivity Protocol


Includes MP3 player?


Item Weight

12.6 ounces, 12.64 ounces



Country of Origin


Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

October 21, 2015

Input Voltage

5 Volts



9 reviews for Upgraded, Anker Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker with IPX5 Waterproof, Stereo Sound, 24H Playtime, Portable Wireless Speaker for

  1. Tyler

    I am thoroughly impressed with the Anker speaker. Its compact size hides its powerful sound output, making it perfect for my shower routine. Whether I’m catching up on podcasts or listening to my music, the audio is crystal clear and loud enough to drown out the sound of running water.The matte finish provides a secure grip, preventing accidental slips from the ledge in my shower. The build quality feels sturdy and durable, giving it a premium feel.One of the standout features for me is the impressive battery life. Despite its small size, it can easily last through two or more weeks of showers without needing a recharge.Overall, if you’re looking for a portable Bluetooth speaker that delivers exceptional performance and longevity, the Anker speaker is an excellent choice and phenomenal value! Highly recommended!

  2. Sasha Belle

    You want a review? Here’s a review!Talk about a damn good speaker for the price. You can’t beat this value. I actually hear bass! I’ve had my speaker for a wee lil bit over 2 years now. So trust this is a proper review. If a reviewer got it, and it was broken immediately or shortly thereafter, yes, that says something about overall quality, but unfortunately, no matter the product lemons occur. Those reviews are totally helpful, but you have to weigh them against other reviews that may be more positive. And no, I’m not being paid for this review. I just feel that the more information provided on a product the best for all – consumers, manufacturers, and sellers. That being said…let’s get down to the nitty gritty.Price – done and done, son. You can beat this price. Even without looking at quality, <$30 for a portable speaker is damn proper. Usually, at this price, I'm thinking, "How much treble am I gonna have?" Yes "treble" bc for most low end speakers that's all you get – treble, and then, bass that is the equivalent to a soft unsatisfied grunt.Charge – The charge does last a long time. However, I can now tell that the time between charges is shorter now. And in the past 2 months I've noticed that I can have it charging, not in use for a long time, but the blue light that indicates that the speaker is fully charged never goes on. This did bother me when it first started happening, but I now see that I still have a lot of play/usage time despite not having the blue light fully charged special.. Definitely 12+ hrs.I cannot say exactly how much use time I get. I don't keep the speaker in use for more than 5ish+ hrs most days. But I do notice the frequency of charge. And now, after 2 years and many, many, many days leaving the speaker on, not plugged in, not in use (for days), I will have to charge it once during the weekend. That's the time I use it the most and when it might be in use for 8+ hrs.Personally, it's not a bother since I can charge and use the speaker at the same time. However, if you're going on a weekend camping trip, especially if you've had the speaker for a while, definitely take a power source or an additional speaker. I'm planning on getting another for that same reason – one for home and one for travel.Sound Quality – As I mentioned earlier, for a portable speaker, the bass is quite decent, as is the volume. I've had house parties using only this speaker and it was perfect. Now, I do only have a 2/1 apt, but on the balcony and even on the yard (if strategically placed) all guests were able to hear the music. Yet, it's not too loud to cause a disturbance. We've been hanging out till 6-7am, with the speaker on the balcony, without any complaints. Volume: Distubance = on point!Set-up/Use – The set up is über simple. And you can easily disconnect and pair the speaker to another device. As more an more devices become simpler to pair, this is not as an important feature, but still one to note. KIS – keep it simple.Not so short summary that is longer than the review – Hands down this is the best speaker for your money and better than many other higher priced speakers out there. I almost bought a Beats Pill, but decided against it after comparing price and reviews to Anker's portable speaker. And I decided, quite definitively, yes, Anker's portable speaker is worth it.For a fraction of the price for Beats I encourage you to try it out. Especially make the leap if you are looking for a travel speaker. Because when you travel, things never go as planned and inevitably something goes to crap like – your trip itinerary, your luggage, shady hostels inspired by or the inspiration of an Eli Roth flick, lost chonies (look it up bc the "p" word is gross, girls wear those, and I'm a grown woman and I wear chonies/chones), lost passports, lost virginities (the plural includes one virginity for multiple individuals or multiple virginities per one individual – like if you grew a second hymen or are a born again virgin), lost souls (it happens), or even the loss of dignity. But through all of that, what really blows is the loss of a hundreds of dollars speaker that you purchased mainly for your travel.If you get the Anker Soundcore, will you be protected from the aforementioned b.s.? Not in the slightest. But will you loathe yourself less when your bad ass portable speaker with 24hr charge is lost? Yes bc you didn't spend a few Benjamins on it.So now you can get a replacement. Or better yet, go ahead and buy 2 now and save yourself the hassle (but indulge in the Hasselhoff).Moral of the story. Stop reading reviews right meow and get this speaker. It's good, it's a fraction of the cost of comparable speakers, the charge lasts forever (if your forever was 24 hrs or less), you can charge it and still use it, and does this look like a face that would lie to you? Exactly! Also you can use the speaker, connected to your Alexa decide to play music by the Hoff, without a hassle (you see why I did there).Epilogue: On a side note, I'm currently debating getting this model (which I've had for two years, just reminding you in case you forgot or were distracted by to sweet tunage of the Hoff playing in your mind since you ahvent bought this speaker yet -Shame, shame, SHAME!), or the updated version. I've been pretty darn pleased with the older model. So that should also tell you something – the older model is so dope that I don't even know if I need the newer version.

  3. Razak

    I’m absolutely loving this Anker speaker! Got it back in January and the battery life is insane – still hasn’t needed a recharge after almost 3 months of daily use.I mainly keep it in the shower and use it every single day. The waterproof design is clutch – no worries about getting it wet. Just sits on the shower ledge pumping out tunes.For such a compact little guy, the sound quality is really good too. Plenty of volume and the music stays clear without getting muddled.Pairing it to my phone was a total breeze as well. Maybe a 30 second process tops to get it connected via Bluetooth. No complicated setup required.Overall, it’s just an awesome grab-and-go speaker, especially for the bathroom or outdoors since it’s waterproof. The battery seems to literally last forever too. Highly recommend this thing if you’re looking for an affordable but quality portable speaker!

  4. Kristi W.

    We were looking for a relatively inexpensive portable wireless Bluetooth speaker to replace a fun –looking Big Lots “boom box” style speaker that lasted for about a year. Our primary use is for streaming music or internet radio services such as Pandora and Spotify, and listening by the pool and while having dinner.My wife and I decided to take a listen to 3 highly reviewed speakers that received mostly positive reviews on Amazon. Here are the 3 speakers tested:1. Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Angle 3 (Cost: $27.99)2. Anker SoundCore (Cost: $35.99)3. JBL Flip 3 Splashproof ($81.30)We were really hoping that the less expensive speakers would have been close in sound quality to the JBL Flip 3 Splashproof. Sadly,that just wasn’t the case. Upon the very first look, when opening up the box, you get a sense that Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Angle 3 is a very no-frills, inexpensive speaker. The packaging, the speaker, the extremely short, tiny USB charging cable. Visually speaking, this speaker screamed no-frills.Conversely, the Anker SoundCore gave the impression that you were opening up a well-constructed, tiny speaker. It was packaged nicely, easy instructions, it felt a lot more substantial than the Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Angle 3. Aditionally, the USB charging cable looked like your average size charging cable for your portable devices.Last, was the JBL Flip 3 Splashproof. At $81.30, it was a lot more money than we were hoping to spend on a portable pool speaker. It was plain to see that this speaker just looked “ more expensive” than the other two models. Great packaging, a super long and thick USB charging cable that came in an eye-catching orange colored jacket. The speaker itself looked awesome too with its compact cylinder shape.Enough about the appearance… a speaker is all about ease of use and more importantly — how it sounds. How did all 3 sound and how easy were they to use?On all 3 speakers in our test, we used 3 separate Samsung Galaxy 7s phones. We played the same identical songs on each speaker and set the volume identical on all 3 phones. Here were our results-1. Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Angle 3. Unfortunately, this speaker was the least inspiring of the three speakers. The sound was clear. However, it sounded tiny, none to very little bass. It projected a rather flat sound with the various music we played through it. It was though extremely easy to use, and the Bluetooth worked flawlessly. I would generously give it 3 Stars. On sound alone, I’d say it’s more 2 Stars.2. Anker SoundCore – This speaker was hands-down better than the Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Angle 3 for just a few dollars more. Lots of great features – all of which worked perfectly. The only downside of the Anker SoundCore was that it lacked bass. The sound coming out of the Anker SoundCore is very balanced and fairly loud for such a small speaker. I would lean more towards the 4 Star mark on the Anker SoundCore simply for delivering a very nice, balanced sound quality, and is capable of filling a small room.3. JBL Flip 3 Splashproof – At $81.30, we were really hoping that this wouldn’t be a situation where “you get what you pay for”. Unfortunately, it was in the end. Regardless of the song, or the type of music we played through it, it was far superior to the other two speakers. It worked flawlessly and the sound/projection of sound coming out blew away the other speakers. The Flip 3 Splashproof produced a rich, full sound that was extremely clear and thumped just the right amount of bass. It easily fills space with great clarity.All-in-all, the JBL Flip 3 Splashproof blew away this competition. 5 Stars. If you’re on a tight budget, you can’t go wrong with the Anker SoundCore. If you can swing the extra bucks for the JBL Flip 3 Splashproof – go for it! It sounds amazing!Update: Even though the JBL Flip 3 Splashproof sounds very good, the Bluetooth range is awful. As long as your phone is within a very short distance of this speaker you will be happy. The Bluetooth range on the Anker is WAY better than the JBL.


    EspetacularSom excelente e bateria duradoura.

  6. Sam cruz

    Excelente calidad de audio y bajos sin subwooferLos compré en oferta a menos de 1000 pesos mexicanos. Ahora me encanta la marca Anker Soundcore y la recomendaré para siempre.Este es sin duda uno de las mejores bocinas estéreo que jamas haya comprado.Me llamó la atención que que no tiene un subwoofer, sino un diseño como un caracol que sí mejora los bajos y se siente como el aire se expulsa.Nunca he tenido distorsión del audio con el sonido al máximo, cosa que sí esperaba para ser unas bocinas tan compactas.La duración de la batería es extrema, sí da las 24horas de música contínua.El diseño es de lo mejor muy minimalista, tiene controles de volumen en la parte superior, lo único es que no sirven para controlar las canciones hacia adelante o atrás, no sé porqué le hicieron ese diseño.No trae soporte para USB, ni radio ni para micro SD. Pero todo eso para mi es irrelevante y me gusta que no lo traiga.La caja contiene casi todo lo que se necesita, sólo un cable USB, no incluye un cable AUX y sí tiene esa entrada.

  7. Aaliyah

    Great soundGreat sound and very easy to use, also nice and slim and light.

  8. kshitijagr

    Crystal clear sound from the speaker with amazing battery!There are so many options in the market when it comes to Bluetooth speakers, yet just a handful that give exceptional sound output. Anker makes great tech accessories and have an even better customer service. They’re relatively new to the sound and audio sector, from what I’ve learned, but they’ve made a great start! This speaker is actually smaller in size than I’d imagined, yet its one of the clearest I’ve heard. Now, this may not be best suited for pool parties (no water or dust proofing) or playing electronic music, as it’s not as loud as JBL or UE series, but its got enough bass and treble to give out the most realistic sound. It’s bang for the buck if you’re a casual listener who doesn’t like over-exaggerated sound output.One con is I wished these were louder, but that’s expected from a 12W speaker. They’re still very loud for its size. And boy, does it have a great battery, usually runs atleast 8 days (not kidding) without a charge. I just wish Anker sold products in India directly, as these are far cheaper abroad (delivery from Amazon.com might be cheaper despite the import taxes). If you can get them from someone living abroad, you’ve got yourself a great speaker for very cheap!

  9. Debarsi Das

    Easy to connect and useI purchased a Anker Ultra Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker about 2 months back, and it was a power packed surprise. I decided to upgrade to Soundcore soon, and here I am.The soundcore did not let me down on the expectations. Having used Anker product before, I had a fair idea on the build and audio quality and this checks all the right boxes. Easy to connect and use, the speaker is a delight. Good base (in comparison to its size), highs, mids and lows are good and clear. Mild distortions do occur in 100% volume in a few case, but for most cases the audio plays fine. I enjoyed watching movies on my mobile while routing the audio through the soundcore, and also listening to songs. It creates a good stereo effect.Perfect for a small house party or a get together. The call feature and microphone do come in handy if you’ve got your hands full. The overall feel is a solid premium product. I am a fan of Anker products already.The battery backup on this is mentioned at 24 hrs on a single charge. I have been using it daily 2-3 hrs for the last week, didn’t need to charge so far. Please do charge it to max capacity after receiving your product and before using it for the first time.Advice to prospective buyers, you can choose this with your eyes closed, and be prepared to have your minds blown if using Anker bluetooth audio products for the first time. For those who already have used Anker products, well… did you really need to read through all this? 😉

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