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  • Best £100 WiFi and Bluetooth portable speaker?
  • ElShalimo
    Free Member

    My teenage nephew wants a WiFi & BT portable speaker for Xmas and his Mum has asked me to help her find one.

    Must work on WiFi and BT, have a battery for taking places etc..

    Any recommendations?

    I would say AudioPro but they cost double the budget

    woody2000
    Full Member

    Sonos roam?

    captain_bastard
    Full Member

    Stretch the budget a bit and get a minirig. Yet to find anything that sounds better, battery lasts ages, and made in Bristol. What’s not to like?

    winerwalker
    Full Member

    Outdoor cafe near me has an Ultimate Ears little speaker thingy sitting in a flower pot. Weatherproof and sounds far better than its size, not heard it indoors though. It might be Bluetooth only though.

    ElShalimo
    Free Member

    Thanks so far

    budget is £100 max

    Out of interest, what’s it going to do on WiFi that it can’t do from the phone that’s probably glued to his hand 99% of the time?

    For that money, you can’t go far wrong with the best JBL that your budget will stretch to – unfortunately that doesn’t quite get you an Xtreme 2. I’ve got one, my daughter’s got one, they are great speakers. I use mine as mini soundbar under the TV in the caravan and it’s brilliant. Kool wiv da kidz too innit

    redmex
    Free Member

    My Anker soundcare boost at only 7 &1/2 x 2& 1/2 x 2&1/2 sounds great for its size, probably not fill a room but outdoors at work it’s spot on

    burntembers
    Full Member

    I know you said £100 max but this seems a good price at £107

    https://www.fenwick.co.uk/home-and-tech/audio-and-tech/audio/speakers/roam-sl-portable-speaker/2530021945717.html

    ElShalimo
    Free Member

    Thanks

    poolman
    Free Member

    Audio pro have bf deals on but not sure if they ship to uk any more.

    chakaping
    Free Member

    Under budget and I’ve no idea if it has wi-fi connectivity (or what he’d want that for?), but I’ve had a couple of JBL Flips and they’ve been superb.

    ElShalimo
    Free Member

    I don’t get the WiFi thing either

    he’s 14, who knows what he’s thinking 🤔

    branes
    Full Member

    Sonos Roam SL seems to be £120 almost everywhere. Over budget I know, but it’s one of those things you won’t regret imo.

    ElShalimo
    Free Member

    Cheers I’ve passed on the recommendations to my sister in law

    easily
    Free Member

    It’s outside your budget, but I have to rec it anyway. Spend the extra, you won’t regret it:

    https://minirigs.co.uk/speakers/bluetooth-minirig-3

    It’s got a tenner off for black Friday

    downshift
    Full Member

    We’ve got a Marshall Emberton, lovely little thing which sounds great and has a fairly epic battery life.

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