WHAT IS MIGHTY?
Mighty plays your Spotify playlists
and podcasts without a phone,
screen, or connection.
- Wireless syncing
- 5+ hours of playback
- 1,000+ song storage
- Bluetooth & wired headphones
- Drop & water resistant
1. Get the Mighty app
2. Wirelessly sync your playlists
3. Put your phone down and go
I needed a portable music player that was completely separate from my phone. I purchased an MP3 player that was difficult to load and use. After reading the reviews I turned around and bought the Mighty Spotify player. My Mighty plays the synced playlists right from my Spotify account. Its Super simple! My only dislike is that there isnt an option to select specific tracks, and that sometimes the power or playlist buttons get stuck in sleep or off mode and it takes a few tries to turn on. Otherwise Perfect!!
My 1st mighty operated for about 1 month then died. Nothing revived it. The new one is only a couple of weeks old. So time will tell!
When the Mighty no longer
connects through bluetooth, it's dead. I think.
This was something that’s been needed for at least a half decade. I have my criticisms, but if I lose mine, I’ll buy it again in a heartbeat. It’s worth it.
Back in the 00s I had wired headphones and a small music player to focus properly on workouts; leaving my phone behind.
Despite having a solid fitness tracker and wireless headphones, I had to carry my phone with me, as I’d given in to the streaming revolution, because Spotify offline wasn’t an option without a tracker that didn’t have the battery life or features to make it useful.
Separating this function into a small light, water-resistant player was a great idea: Simple is what it’s about. Volume, skip, and basic shuffle settings to keep you focused: solid battery life (it’s good enough), and a solid connection to wireless earbuds (I’d held off due to the reviews on the original) without hang-ups make this the solution to beat.
As a unique point for someone on the go, you charge it, connect via Bluetooth, then use wifi to download songs. It’s not terrible, but you need a personal wifi network and sync/loading isn’t instant. It’s realistic, works and is a bit of a fun throwback to the old days.
It’s small, the lights are useful, the sound at high quality is great, it’s plenty loud (even louder than my iPhone at times), the connection to earbuds isn’t interrupted and while it’s not perfect, it won’t get in the way. That’s the point: You forget it’s there, and that, is bliss.
Storage (expansion or options would make this ideal and would generate value)
Charging (proprietary cables can be frustrating and port covers and/or chi wireless would be unbeatable)
Battery Life (5 hours is good, but 10 is perfect)