Besides being in one of those annoying plastic packages that *almost* can't be opened without using scissors, packaging is solid and well-designed. As too are the speaker themselves, which is actually two speakers that latch onto each other via magnets and are separated for stereo sound, a feature that is uncommon for speakers of this price and size. Each speaker is rated at 1.7 Watts and expands for enhanced bass.
The volume of the speakers at max was something of a single 3 Watt speaker: about the volume of someone talking loudly. Sound quality was about average. The speakers are small so one should not expect to hear deep, full sound. Nonetheless, they do distort at high volume, which iI did find strange because of the other Sub-3 Watt speakers that I have tested in the past, none have ever distorted.
Overall the Twakers Lites are a decent speaker. Are they the best-sounding in their $25-$35 price range among portable speakers? Probably not. Does Grandmax make better speakers? Yes. But what the Tweakers Lites lack in the audio quality department, they make up for in portability and their ability to produce stereo sound. Anyone with limited space or a fancy for cute speakers will be sure to love these.