- Waist pack with detachable water-resistant speaker panel
- Eight-watt internal driver keeps your tunes bumping
- Plugs into any device with a 3.5mm output
- Powered by four AA batteries or the Jammypack rechargeable battery (sold separately) for a minimum of 6 hours playback time
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Why Fanny When You Can JAMMY?!
This is probably my new favorite accessory! Its stylish, plays music AND stores stuff! They took the already awesome FannyPack and made it 100 times better by turning it into a JAMMYpack! I sport this while skiing with friends so we can all jam out to the same music together! You will for sure be the life of the party :)
The only downfall of this item is the battery life is insanely short and as the batteries start to die so does your sound quality :( It starts sounding like a blown speaker then progressively gets worse and the sounds gets quieter. That really is my only major issue with this item.
Long Live The JammyPack
JammyPacks are a spring skiing essential and I'm psyched to finally have one to call my own! They're reasonable priced and look outstanding (I chose Neon Indian). There's plenty of sound and its of a good enough quality for the price. I particularly love the flexibility that comes from the speaker unit being detachable.
- Gender: Female
Though ideal for shredding, this stylish noise box is my favorite addition to any spring/summer desert adventure. Not only does it contain speakers, it also conveniently has storage for a number of important odds and ends. For reference, the Jammy in the photo contains one iPod, two pocket shots of whiskey, one larger than average bouncy ball, and about ten neat slot canyon pebbles with room to spare. The sound quality on this speaker set is excellent, and doesn't react poorly with movement so you can run wild and still have optimal tuneage. This is probably the best present I've ever received.
Like a fine wine or beer, this product should be paired with something equally delectable, such as the Burton Beeracuda or the ENO DoubleNest.
JammyPack in action
Jared Grant rockin' the JammyPack on everyone's favorite day: Gaper Day.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Bring the party anywhere you go, great for skiing, rafting, hiking, or just jamming around the house. The sound quality isn't Bose but for what this is it's pretty cool. It could have better organized internal pockets but lets be honest you really only want this for the music and a few party suppplies.
JammyPack Bumps at JortSki
This thing is awesome. Kept me fueled during the annual JortSki at snowbird.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My sister has had one of these for a while and I have always been jealous so I finally had to get one for myself. It was one of the best purchases I have made in a long time! It is great to have outside at the park when playing games or inside as well. The speakers can totally zip off from the rest of the pack so you can just use it as speakers as well. The fanny pack it's self is a little small, the battery pack takes up a lot of it but it held everything I have needed it to. The sounds is incredibly good! I highly recommend everyone get one!
Jam My Pack!
These things are actually amazing. My friend got one and I was blown away by the sound quality and loudness. It was a must-have for my up coming travels and summer festival season. Compared to other portable sounds I've seen around, this takes the cake at more than half the price. One of those, "Wish I thought of that"'s.