Best Black Silver 2020 Bluetooth Speaker For Sale Now: Sony, Bose, JBL, Ultimate Ears and many more

This is part of the story Holiday Gift Guide 2020, CNED’s gift selection with expert advice, reviews and suggestions for the latest technology gifts for you and your family.

Just because parties are canceled this year, doesn’t mean you can’t have a separate party for yourself and explode some tunes with the new wireless Bluetooth speaker. Treat yourself to a new speaker during your Black Friday shopping! Not sure where to look? Fear not, we have put together a list of what we consider to be the best deals – or at least the ones to consider – $ 300 for everything from small Bluetooth speakers to large “party” models priced at less than $ 50. We will update this post as we find additional deals.

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The JBL Clip 3 is one of our favorite Micro Bluetooth speakers and is currently on sale for its low price ($ 30). Available in Black, Blue and Gray at that price, it is completely waterproof. Clip 4 with the new design will be available in December for $ 70. Read our JBL Clip 3 review.

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The JBL Clip 3 The best travel friendly wireless speaker is debatable, but if you are looking for stocking-stuffer ideas, the UE Wonderboom 2 is a great choice as it offers better sound and battery life than the original. This wireless speaker is available in about a dozen fun colors, it’s really floating, and it’s great for its size. The list price is $ 100, but it is currently $ 50 for black silver.

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Please read our UE Wonderboom 2 first.

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This little guy travels everywhere and is amazingly good for its size. It is waterproof and charges via USB-C.

Keep in mind that the price will drop to $ 37.18 from November 30 as part of the Cyber ​​Monday ad.

Read our Strombox micro review.

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JBL’s popular Flip 5 sells for $ 70, or about $ 35 off (it lists over $ 100). It’s a solid portable Bluetooth speaker, which gets a little better with each iteration.

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Pose’s Soundlink Color II has been around for a while, but it’s one of the best options in its size class, and was more attractive for $ 80 than $ 130. At this price it is available in several color options, but not in red (it is the color of the review model I got).

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We ‘ve seen Megaboom 3 for $ 100 before, but it’s still close to its lowest price. It was a bit pricey for $ 200, but it was a good deal for deal 100.

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I reviewed Sony’s roller SRS-XB23 earlier this year, liked its design and thought it was very good because it made a good amount of bass for its size. However, in a better position, it does not really beat competitors in its price range. At $ 60, this is a very attractive option.


Sony’s XP72 is one of the largest Bluetooth speakers in Sony’s lineup, and it has some serious punch. Yes, it is small, but it requires an AC adapter and weighs 26 pounds (12 kg) with some serious thefts. Someone calls this the party speaker. It can stand up vertically or horizontally and has a light display feature.

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