Marshall’s claim to fame is its iconic guitar amplifier that The Who’s Pete Townshend inspired Jim Marshall to build back in 1962’s London, and the rest is history. The brand didn’t rest on its laurels but went on make amps and speakers for the music industry for over half a century. Now, they’ve carried on into the modern age with some of the best portable Bluetooth speakers around, and their smallest model might just be the one to get. The Emberton is a tiny soundbox that delivers in a big way. Using the brand’s “True Stereophonic” multi-directional sound technology, the Emberton fills the space with 360-degree music for over 20 hours on a single charge. Goose it with a mere 20 minutes of charging time for an astounding 5 hours of playtime. Add in IPX7 water resistance (immersion for 30 minutes in less than one meter of water), a rugged silicone body with a real metal grille, USB-C charging, a gold multi-directional control knob, and that unmistakable Marshall cursive script front-and-center, and you have legendary sounds on-the-go all summer long.