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Grab JBL's water-resistant Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker for just $60 ($40 off)

Grab JBL's water-resistant Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker for just $60 ($40 off)

If you're looking for a speaker to blast your favorite tunes, you should consider the JBL Flip 4. It offers great audio quality, and its IPX7 rating means you'll be able to use it safely by the pool this summer — or in the tub during the winter. It usually sells for $100, but it's down to just $60 at Best Buy.

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JBL's water-resistant Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker drops to $60 ($40 off) for Black Friday

JBL's water-resistant Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker drops to $60 ($40 off) for Black Friday

If you're in the market for an affordable Bluetooth speaker that can produce great audio, the JBL Flip 4 is an excellent choice. It usually sells for $100, but it's dropped to just $60 for Black Friday.

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The JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker is $60 ($40 off) for My Best Buy members

The JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker is $60 ($40 off) for My Best Buy members

Wi-Fi speakers are great, but there are situations where Bluetooth is still best (good luck using your Google Home Max on a camping trip). If you're in the market for a great-sounding and affordable model, JBL should be on your shortlist. The Flip 4 in particular provides a solid value at its normal $99.99, and it's made all the better by a $40 discount.

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JBL Flip Bluetooth Speaker Quick Review: This May Be The Best Portable BT Speaker On The Market

JBL Flip Bluetooth Speaker Quick Review: This May Be The Best Portable BT Speaker On The Market

We don't often throw around the accolade "best" when it comes to product reviews here at Android Police. The dreaded "B" word can land a reviewer in hot water. But if there's one product niche I've been scouring for a long time, it's Bluetooth speakers. There are a vast array of choices out there, many of them quite well known (eg, Jambox), and others, a bit more obscure (like this guy).

I've been fortunate enough to try some of the best of them. But there always seems to be a significant compromise involved, no matter where I go. Whether in portability, sound, or price - something's always got to give, it seems.

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