Hmmm ok I'll give you the CliffsNotes version of a review
Construction quality -: Excellent, the bamboo facing gives the device a quality feel, the cover is made of reclaimed hemp, organic cotten and recycled plastic bottles but if feels like a quality heavy duty fabric. The base is plastic but is of a type that's fully recyclable and feels very solid.
Packaging -: Mostly brown card (it appears unbleached) and sturdy but otherwise unremarkable. There is a thin plastic bag that encloses the chant inside it's cover inside the box which seems un-needed and not particularly eco-friendly.
Charity donation -: It is stated that Marley products support 1love.org but details are scarce on the packaging and I didn't chase this further.
Bluetooth -: The unit paired easily with my iPhone 6, just slide the switch from the off past the centre on to the left against a spring detent and hold and the chant appears on my phones bluetooth list, click connect and that's it. Switching the chant on or off and the phone on or off leads to a delay of a couple of seconds before the chant reconnects. Bluetooth sensitivity seems good, I was able to walk 3 rooms away from the chant sitting on my desk and the link stayed connected.
Audio Volume -: Fairly loud for a small(ish) battery powered bluetooth speaker, not as loud as my UE Boom (but the chant is lighter, cheaper and easier to carry around).
Audio Quality -: Clear on mid range vocals, a little lacking on higher frequencies and without much bass, again the UE Boom does better here but it's too heavy to clip to a back pack.
Very Good - 4 out of 5 stars.