"Where did you get the cash for that stun gun?" asked Karen, "I thought you were gonna use the surplus to buy bullet proof vests." Davis replied, "I saved a little money by buying bullet resistant vests." "Bullet resistant? Have you ever slept in a water resistant tent? You get plenty wet." This conversation comes from my favorite Canadian show called Corner Gas, in an episode where the two police officers are talking about Davis' curious spending. Unfortunately, Karen's words are mostly true, as products rated as "resistant" are generally not as durable, in comparison to the "-proof" items. If you had the option to choose between a bullet proof vest and a bullet resistant vest, you probably would take the former in an instant. However, there are times where a "resistant" item is good enough, especially when the product is not necessarily going to be fully exposed to the elements. For example, a waterproof four-piece suit might be nice, but you can probably get away with a water resistant one. This is because a suit is not supposed to be worn outside in the rain, besides the special cases like James Bond's suits. Today's review is for the Turcom AcoustoShock HR-903, a water resistant Bluetooth speaker with an IPX5 rating to protect the speaker from water sprays. Full water proofing in this case may actually be detrimental to other features of the speaker, such as sound, as it may muffle the audio output. So I have to ask: Did Turcom strike a balance between water resistance and audio quality? Thankfully this is our job to find out, so let us begin!