Mighty Vibe Spotify Music Player Review

Mighty Vibe, Spotify Music Player











  • Small Size
  • Bluetooth range and connectivity
  • Feature rich


  • 8gb could be too small
  • Price

Back in 2016, the Mighty looked to be too good to be true. It promised an offline Spotify player the size of an iPod shuffle. This failed to impress, but the Mighty Vibe Spotify Music fixes a lot of the issues and perked my interest again.

Mighty Vibe Spotify Music Player Review

The Mighty Vibe allows you to store your offline music onto it. This is all done through the Mighty app, which was a breath of fresh air to use. So many times I have used an app which is terrible, but this was easy to use. You sync with your Spotify account and then download your music to the Mighty Vibe.

The Mighty Vibe also features Bluetooth which allows you to connect to your Air Pods, Bluetooth speaker or headphones. There is also a 3.5mm port for your authentic headphone users. This makes the Vibe amazing to go to the gym, or a run without having to lug your whole phone with you. It is able to remember which Bluetooth device is has connected with, which avoids a lengthy process each time to listen with.

Mighty Vibe Spotify Music Player Review

The range is awesome, and I could leave this in my bag and walk a little bit away and still hear the music. This was a problem with the original Mighty.

Mighty Vibe Specs:

  • Storage capacity: More than 1,000 tracks (8GB)
  • Battery capacity: 5+ hours of listening time
  • Plays Spotify playlists and podcasts
  • Tracks cached offline for playback anywhere
  • Playlist names spoken for easy navigation
  • Clips on to any article of clothing – small and portable
  • Bluetooth and WiFi enabled Compatible with Bluetooth and wired headphones and speakers
  • Compatible with iOS 9.3.5 and above, Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and above
  • Dimensions: 1.5” x 1.5” x 0.7”
  • Weight: 0.6 ounces
  • Charger included
  • Headset not included
  • Spotify Premium account required
Mighty Vibe Spotify Music Player Review

You are able to add individual playlists onto the Vibe, you can then click the “Playlist” button to switch between them. After that, there is an audio cue to say which playlist you are listening to, which is a nice addition. The battery life is pretty good, clocking in at around 5-6 hours.

Above all Mighty seems consistent with updates and has promised EQ settings and spoken artist and track names to be added in the future. In addition, please check out our other audio reviews.

1 Comment

  1. I am so disappointed with my purchase. Everything feels extremely buggy. I mean 90% of the time, it doesn’t work. 10% of the time it works, as it should for a very limited time.
    1) I couldn’t update the firmware – In their website they mention that Mighty is known to have problems with some routers (at least 40% of homes in this country has this model of router so I think it’s a problem of Mighty)
    2) Connection between app and device is poor, it’s not smooth as it’s explained in the manual. Most of the time I have to reboot the device to get connection the app.
    3) Sound quality is bad. Sounds so flat and signalling a cheap DAC. ( I use a wired Sennheiser C.40) EQ could have helped but seeing the device stuggling to even do firmware update or syncinc the playlists , I know it’s simply too much to ask for.

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