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When you're listening to great music on the go, you want to share it — and that can be tough when you and your friends are straining to hear the teeny sound coming from your phone. Well, we're here to cure your audio woes. The folks at JBL have perfected the art of portable speakers and, just for today, one of the company's most popular models is on mega-sale at Amazon.
If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
There's so much to love about the JLB Charge 4. At less than 10 inches in length and 4.4 ounces, the JBL Charge 4 is small enough to take just about everywhere. And we do mean "everywhere": It's waterproof, so you don't need to stress about getting caught in the rain, and it pumps out up to 20 hours of tunes before it needs a recharge.
It's also the perfect accessory for hanging by the pool or ocean. Simply toss the Charge 4 in your bag and whip it out when the mood strikes. It's that easy!
This speaker connects to your phone or tablet wirelessly, allowing you to stream your sound without a care. You can even take calls from it and enjoy its noise- and echo-cancellation. By the way, the Charge 4 comes in a slew of colors and patterns — all of 'em on sale.
This portable speaker has an army of fans — 34,018, to be exact — who all rave about this speaker's easy connection, sound and portability.
"This JBL Charge 4 is the most powerful portable speaker I have ever owned," said a happy customer. "For such a small speaker to pump out that much sound, it’s almost ridiculous."
A fellow fan said they like to take their Charge 4 out on bike rides. "It has a good, solid, durable feeling in the hand and the sound quality is great," they said. "The volume is fantastic. On my bike, I run it at like four out of 10 and it's blasting. If you're looking for a studio speaker this isn't it, but if you're looking for something to take out on your bike, or on a picnic, or out in the woods, or in the workshop then this is it. It's a fantastic speaker and well worth the purchase."
Again, this sale is just for today. Don't miss your chance to nab a top-rated portable speaker at a hefty discount!
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