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[Deal Alert] Black OontZ Angle 3 Water-Resistant Speaker On Sale For $19.99 On Amazon ($11 off)

Sometimes, when I shop for a new gadget, I want the best quality possible, even if it means paying more. Other times, I'm just looking for the product that offers the best bang for the buck.

The bargain I have to share with you today is firmly entrenched in group number two. Amazon has the Cambridge SoundWorks Oontz Angle 3 featured as a daily deal for just $20, which is about $11 off the standard price.


For a speaker costing about as much as a lunch at Applebee's, it offers a decent array of features. The main selling point is the device's IPX5 certification, meaning it is splash and sand proof.

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[Deal Alert] Do You Want A $20 Portable Speaker That Looks Like An Adorable Bugdroid? Of Course You Do

I may be an unabashed lover of quality audio, but the sheer "d'awww" factor of this bugdroid portable speaker is enough to contemplate reaching for my credit card right now. This isn't a new product, but it normally costs $30, and it's just $20 right now at Best Buy's website (free shipping).

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It manages 8 watts of peak output, stows an 850mAh lithium ion battery that can be used for up to 6 hours of maximum volume playback, and has a retractable 3.5mm stereo cable (no Bluetooth, sorry). And surprisingly, the reviews for it on Amazon (where it costs $30) are outstanding - 4.5 stars with 182 reviews at the time of this writing.

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[Lightning Review] Braven 600 Portable Bluetooth Speaker: Small Box, Big Sound

The portable Bluetooth speaker is fast becoming a standard accessory in our increasingly tablet and smartphone-centric world. But with so many options out there, how do you know which one is actually the good buy? Having used several, when I saw Braven's line unveiled earlier this year, I was intrigued. Not only did they look good, Braven promised high functionality to go with that sleek form factor. What did make me a little suspicious is the fact that Braven isn't actually a new name in the business - they previously marketed their speakers as the Spar Zephyr line, and have undergone a makeover for their next generation of hardware (which looks exactly like the previous generation).

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