These speakers sit below the shelf in the back of my little car, screwed into place with the smallest, yet very strong screws.
They offer 110watts of power, each, which gives a mind bending 220watts. This may not sound a lot to the heavy metal fans out there but these are in a car not hung on the walls in Wembley Stadium.
They are only 16cm in diameter, in a circular fashion with four little brackets arranged around the speakers casing so that they can be attached to either the doors of of the car or, like me, on the back shelf.
They can rustle a bit when the volumes exceeds the three quarter Mark, but as I tend to have mine lower than that I have no issues with this at all.
They did not come with mesh covers, for some reason, but I already had them on the shelf which, luckily for me, and a little bit of messing about, these speakers fitted lovely. The wires were already connected to the stereo anyway so there was no hassles in trying to thread wire through the entire car.
They are made of the same sort of material that all speakers are made of, so they not going to be any good if they get wet. Plus, even though it is tempting I know not to push the central dome in as this really will give the speakers a bit of a rattling sound, which is not good at all
There's not a lot else I can say about these speakers as I think I've said all I can.
They are easy to fit. They are a good price for a branded pair, selling for about £20 for the pair. They give out a cracking sound quality without any real stutters of crackling.
So, if you're after a nice set of speakers than these are well worth looking at.