Portable Bluetooth speakers come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and prices, so one can’t say exactly which model fits everyone.
We think UE Wonderboom 2 has the best chance to impress your ears without your wings.
This speaker has a complete, clear sound and compact design. It is waterproof and dustproof and it is also made for the most adventurous holidays.
UE Wonderboom 2 is as amazing as Ariana Grande but as difficult as Laura Croft. In the ophthalmic tests, our panelists selected this Bluetooth speaker as the best sounding model for its price, especially for the clear voice reproduction and the good amount of bass for its size.
It has an IP67 rating and is one of the toughest Bluetooth speakers we’ve ever tested, capable of 5-foot drop and 1-meter immersion – but as it floats, it never loses so much depth.
The only downside to the Wonderboom 2 is its battery life, which is enough for eight hours, but not impressive.
Although the almost spherical shape makes this model a bit tricky to pack in a suitcase pocket or laptop bag, we love WonderBoom’s beautiful, compact design.
2.JBL Extreme 2.
If you want a portable Bluetooth speaker that has the sound of a nice little stereo system, yet rough almost anywhere, then the JBL Xtreme 2 is a great choice.
The Extreme 2 was thought by three of our four listeners to be the catchiest song speaker we had ever tried, appreciating its sufficient bass, high maximum volume, and smooth, clean sound quality.
It is IPX 7-rated, meaning it can be submerged in 1 meter of water and has a molded, hard-built mold. 19 hours of battery life was also provided by the Xtreme 2. But it is much bigger and more expensive than UE Wonderboom 2.
3. Sony SRS-XB32.
If you want something that looks a little louder and more complete than UE Wonderboom 2, it’s more portable and inexpensive, even when compared to the JBL Xtreme 2, the Sony SRS-XB32 finds a good middle ground.
It’s twice as big as Wonderboom 2, plays a little louder, and gives a lot more bass. It is strict with an IP67 waterproof/dustproof rating. In our battery test, it automatically reduces its volume after six hours of powerful use, but after that, it is played for five hours.
It also has adjustable multicolor lights and flashing stubs that we don’t like – but these things must be liked or manufacturers must not add them.
4. Go to Tribe Exhaust.
If you do not want to spend too much on all the good portable Bluetooth speakers, the Tribit Exhaust Go is a great choice.
That sound is transparent and loud, which is superior to virtually all other Bluetooth speakers on the budget.
The Exhaust Go is also small enough to slip into a laptop bag or pre-filled suitcase and can last up to 10 charge hours on a single charge.
Additionally, it is IPX 7-rated, meaning 1 meter is waterproof for half an hour submerged and has speakerphone performance.