When the JBL Charge is too small but the JBL Boombox is too big, the JBL Xtreme Bluetooth Speaker is perfect. Read the review here.
A set of Bluetooth desktop speakers that look like giant earbuds?! Sign me up.
Straight out of the seventies with gold knobs, acoustic fretting, and the classic Marshall sound, all packed into a Bluetooth speaker.
With drop resistance, a 360-degree sound, and a surprisingly strong bass, the Bose Soundlink Revolve is a portable and durable little conic cylinder.
It can serve as both a Bluetooth speaker and a doorstop – the Revolve Plus is one of the best sounding, most durable 360-degree speakers you’ll find in the price range.
Fantastic as a bedside table speaker, but also holds a heck of a charge – feel free to take the Soundlink Mini II to any room in the house.
Clean, neutral audio; simple styling – a fantastic personal Bluetooth speaker all around.
Fighting far above its weight, the Sonos One blasts louder than my JBL Xtreme, with punchy bass, a great app equalizer, and an impressively small footprint.
GIGANTIC BLUETOOTH SPEAKER ALERT. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Sadly though, no battery and waterproof does disappoint for the price.