Wireless Portable Bluetooth speakers [Which one should I buy?]

Wireless Portable Bluetooth speakers [Which one should I buy?]

They’re becoming better and cheaper every year but as always it’s a bit of a mine field picking one to buy.

To start with this is what we use > http://amzn.to/1NniIL2 (more details below but we appreciate it’s £250 so not for everyone). Other options (starting at just £10 below:

Note: Generally the larger the W number the louder the speaker, going from cheapest to most expensive. For the majority of people we would suggest the £25-£35 models but for casual users the £9.99 would be ok, for anyone that wants something more powerful the UE Boom is awesome

6W – 3 hour battery £9.99 > http://10ws.co/1j71zc4

3W – Super compact Betron £9.99 > http://amzn.to/1QEF4pP

3W but weather proof + 10 hour battery? £24.99 Anker > http://amzn.to/1dXwBCi

4W – Anker 15-20 hour battery £23.99 > http://amzn.to/1j71dCe

5W – Kitsound Hive (colours) £35ish > http://amzn.to/1aXpo3f

6W – MESH2 – 12 hour battery – £23.99 > http://amzn.to/1j71rJG

12W Bolse NFC – 8 hour Bluetooth Speakers £29.99 > http://amzn.to/18T2atQ

[Great value for money] 20W Anker – 8 hour Bluetooth Speaker £39.99 > http://amzn.to/1YVub8c

12W JBL FLIP 2 £55 or less > http://amzn.to/1dXwpD7
Older version won lots of awards

UE Boom 2 NFC, Waterproof, 15 hour battery > http://amzn.to/1YVufEI (£129-£170ish) (more features than Bose but not Bose sound)

[What we use] UE MEGABOOM, Waterproof & dust proof IPX7, 20 hour battery, extremely good sound & the loudest of the bunch, various colours (the one we use) > http://amzn.to/1NniIL2

[If money is no object] Bose Soundlink tons of bass, best sound quality around but less features than UE Boom > 7 hour battery > http://10ws.co/1HWVt44 or http://amzn.to/1KWVP0W – UE Megaboom is louder

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