These are only small, in the speaker world, measuring about 125mm and about 60mm deep, which means that they will fit on the narrower spaces of some doors, or back shelves if that's where you want them.
The speaker itself is a good 160mm in diameter and can kick out up to 220watts of noise. They house woofers, for the base really, which gives out the bouncy noise that is associated with night clubs and noisy neighbours. I don't have them on full pelt as I'm getting on a bit on years and my ears can not take that sort of thumping anymore.
The covering is as fragile as all other speakers, being made of a thin 'paper' type material, but once they were inside the door, covered with the perforated plastic protection, (lot of 'Ps' there then), they are out of reach of prodding fingers. I mean, there's nothing worse than someone prodding your weak spot and crushing your dome is there?
For me, these speakers do exactly what my old car speakers did, until they decided to give up the ghost. They were easy to fit, two connections on each speaker, using the wires int eh door that were already there due tot the old speaker, and have refilled my car with nice music instead of the muffled hissing noise that my old speaker spat out at me.
These speakers are well worth the £35 that I paid for them. Although this was a while back from Halford. To be honest, I think i'd have paid £50 for them as they really do exactly what they are supposed to do