Giveaway Contributor: B&O Play

If you haven't heard of Bang & Olufsen, let's get you acquainted. This Danish company has been making beautifully designed and rich sounding audio equipment since 1925. In 2012 the company launched a portable audio line, B&O Play, and these have become our favorite speakers to use in the shop and on the road. 

At Pack Animal we always have something playing. Whether it's a a new playlist, on old throwback album, or whatever podcast we're currently obsessed with, audio is one of the things that makes our workshop feel like home. When we're on the road it's no different. You can roll into camp, pull out this sleek little speaker and keep the soundtrack to your journey going.

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Splash and dust resistant design that fits anywhere

B&O Play has generously contributed one of their P2 bluetooth speakers to our 2 Year Celebration Giveaway. This speaker is ideal for motorcycle travel because of it's size and rugged design. The P2 seems to bend the laws of physics by easily slipping into the tiniest space left in your bag. Add to that a splash and dust resistant design and 10 hour battery life and I don't know what else an adventurer might want. Oh yeah, it also sounds great. We're always surprised by just how loud and clear this little bean is. 

Be sure and check out their complete line of speakers and add them all to your Christmas list.

This Beoplay A1 went on a journey through Vancouver Island, the Canadian Rockies, Banff, and Glacier National Park with us. The splash resistance was definitely put to the test.

This Beoplay A1 went on a journey through Vancouver Island, the Canadian Rockies, Banff, and Glacier National Park with us. The splash resistance was definitely put to the test.

The Beolit 17 can crank out enough sound for the whole campground to enjoy

The Beolit 17 can crank out enough sound for the whole campground to enjoy

Many of the portable speakers B&O Play offers can be paired for stereo sound.

Many of the portable speakers B&O Play offers can be paired for stereo sound.

Jenny Linquist