EasyAcc F10 Wireless Speaker review: Decent sound with a light show to boot!

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9.1/10 average rating

EasyAcc is a company that makes not only wireless speakers but headphones, mini fans, phone cases, chargers, power banks, and other products. We have reviewed some EasyAcc products in the past such as the EasyAcc 10,000mAh power bank, and the EasyAcc DP200 Wireless Speaker and the products have been great. Today, we’re reviewing another product from EasyAcc, the F10 Wireless Speaker, which has up to 10-hour battery life, dual 10W speakers, and an LED light show that’ll play along with your music. Continue reading below for the full review.


  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2, up to 66ft/20m, 3.5mm AUX
  • Power Output: 10W*2 @90db 1KHz 10%THD line in
  • Signal to noise ratio: >75db
  • Power Input: DC5V 2A
  • Battery Capacity: 5000mAh
  • Charging Time: 3 hours
  • Play Time:
    • 10 hours at 75% volume
    • 7 hours at 100% volume
  • Frequency Response: 90Hz~20KHz
  • Package Size: 10×3.8×4.3in/254x97x109mm
  • Package Weight: 30oz/860g

What’s in the box

  • F10 wireless speaker
  • 3.5mm AUX cable
  • Micro USB cable
  • Lanyard
  • Manual


Wireless speakers tend to come in different shapes and sizes, from small little circular ones to giant cylinder shaped speakers. Luckily, the design of EasyAcc’s F10 wireless speakers comes in at a nice size. It’s a little bigger than an energy drink can but can still fit inside a cup holder in your vehicle or golf kart or the side mesh pocket on a backpack.

The best part of this wireless speaker is the light show that goes on on the front. There’s an LED strip on the top, bottom, and sides of the speaker and will light up to the beat of the music playing. The center of the speaker shows the remaining battery life with four LED lights. If the battery is below half, only two LED lights will show. Adding to the light show, the speakers also light up white.

At the top of the speaker, you’ll see the control panel with a play/pause button, volume up (+), volume down (-), the power button and a Bluetooth button for pairing devices.

Front of F10 Speaker

As for the back of the device, the only think back there is a cover for an AUX port, a button for turning the lights either on or off, and a charging port via Micro-USB. The cover does take a bit of effort to come off but that’s due to the speaker is IPX7 water-resistant. There’s also a hook where you can use the included lanyard in the box to carry the speaker around on your wrist or hang it off of a hook if you’d like.

Ease of Use

When first turning on the wireless speaker, you’ll hear a chime and the LEDs light up alternating red and blue. This means the speaker is ready to be paired with a Bluetooth capable device. After both devices are paired, you’ll hear another chime. Once paired, feel free to kick back and let the tunes play with the light show that changes color and goes with the beat of the song.

Operating the speaker is pretty simple as the “play” button is used for play/pause/answer/end calls. The volume buttons also have a multi-function ability other than turning the volume up or down. If you long-press (about 2 seconds) the volume up “+” the next song will play whereas long-pressing the volume down “-” will switch to the previous track.

Control panel

Using the included AUX cord and turning on/off the LEDs are pretty simple too. At the bottom of the speaker are four rubber nubs that keep the speaker off the ground. Because of the feet being rubber it does take a little bit of force to push and move the speaker, so if anyone does end up bumping into the speaker, there shouldn’t be an issue of it falling off a counter.

Overall, using the speaker is fairly simple and straightforward.


Since this speaker does come with two 10W stereo sounding speakers, you’re getting that extra sound compared to other speakers out there. When listening to shows or videos on your favorite platform, voices come out clear and don’t sound distorted or muffled. The same goes for playing music. Vocals come in clear and you’re able to hear instruments playing without one drowning out the other.

The speaker does come with automatically enhanced bass to add more to the already good sound which I believe users would like that in a speaker. There’s no button to manually shut off the bass but for what it’s worth, there’s no reason to turn it off.


The F10 wireless speaker comes equipped with Bluetooth 4.2 and gives you a range of up to 66ft (20m). Of course, this is with no interruptions but if you step away too far or something is interfering with the signal, the connection won’t be as strong. I didn’t try and reach 66ft but I did carry my phone with me with while I walked around the house with no issues of the music breaking up.

Daisy chain speaker

Since the speaker does come with TWS technology, that means you can pair two of the same speakers together giving you a left and right channel. The distance between the two devices maxes out at 66ft. Unfortunately, I didn’t have another speaker to test out but I don’t foresee anyone having reception issues if the speakers are that close to each other in a small room.

Call Quality

I’m not one for making or answering phone calls on a wireless speaker because of the fact that it’s the worst but nonetheless, it has to be done for this portion of the review.

When answering phone calls you’re able to hear the person on the other end clearly but when you’re speaking back, they can barely hear you. The furthest away I was, was less than 1ft and I kept hearing people say “what?” causing me to unlock my phone and just place them on speakerphone or up to my ear.

Battery Life

With a battery capacity of 5000mAh, you’re able to get up to 10-hours of playback if you’re listening to music at the volume around 75%. If you’re going to have it at 100%, the battery life will be cut down to 7-hours. Both tests came out to around the hours EasyAcc claims — even with the lights playing.

I didn’t test the battery life when the lights are off but should improve battery life a bit if you’re using the same volume EasyAcc says or setting it to your own volume levels.


Coming in at of price of US$49.99, the speaker is pretty decently priced. It’s not one that’ll cost you an arm and a leg like other speakers out there but for US$50, you’re getting a good sounding speaker with a light show and up to a 10 hours battery life. Even with other speakers around this price, not all will come with LEDs that play with your music or have TWS technology allowing you to pair two of the same devices together.

Not only that, EasyAcc has provided us with a discount code for our readers. When purchasing the EasyAcc F10 Speaker through Amazon, enter the code SDY2L8F9 at checkout to receive 40% off, bringing the price of the speaker down to a mere $29.99. Act fast, the code expires on August 31st.

Wrap Up

When it comes down to it, the EasyAcc F10 Wireless Speaker is a pretty solid speaker if you’re looking for something to carry around or use in your room or dorm. Its price of US$50 makes it affordable to just about anyone can get it, while the current discount code makes it a no brainer.

*We were sent a sample of the EasyAcc F10 Wireless Speaker for the purposes of this review. In some of our articles and especially in our reviews, you will find Amazon or other affiliate links. Running a website does take money, along with time. Any purchases you make through these links often result in a small amount being earned for the site and/or our writers.

Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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