The JBL Clip 4 Bluetooth speaker is on sale more than it’s not these days, but considering how much our editors love this little thing, we’d be remiss now to share a good deal when we see one. Right now, you can grab the JBL Clip 4 for just $59.99 ($20 off) through this Sunday.
The JBL Clip 4 scored high with our review team earlier this year for several core reasons. The audio performance is fantastic, its IP67 waterproof rating is top notch, portability is unrivaled, and battery life is rather impressive for its size. Basically, the Clip 4 does everything you’d want a Bluetooth speaker to do, and it does them all well.
But the coolest part about the JBL Clip 4, in my opinion, is that it’s designed to go just about anywhere you want to take it. Not only is it surprisingly small, half of its chassis is a dedicated carabiner that can clip onto just about anything — a bag or purse, the belt on your pants, even the belt loop itself. You don’t have to worry about lugging around a brick, either, because this thing only weighs about half a pound. That’s next to nothing!
JBL Clip 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker
The JBL Clip 4 is a portable Bluetooth speaker with great audio performance, long battery life, and a compact design.
In terms of capabilities, the JBL Clip 4 has a 200-foot Bluetooth range—or 2/3rds the length of a football field—letting you take your phone quite a distance away from the Clip 4 before they get disconnected. It’s also water resistant, so you never need to worry about getting it wet, and it’ll play music for 10 straight hours before needing a recharge. All in all, the JBL Clip 4 is a great companion for music lovers who want a portable Bluetooth speaker with little inconvenience or bulk.
You can pick up the JBL Clip 4 right now for just $59.99 ($20 off). It comes in three interesting colors, including Black, Blue, and Gray. This special offer is valid today through Sunday, October 23, 2022.
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