|Size||9 x 4 cm (3.5 x 1.6 in)|
The JBL Clip 2 looks and sounds great, lasts up to eight hours between charges and even supports daisy chaining, making it one of our favourite speakers under £30. In short, go and buy one, while you still can.
I cannot imagine blasting music during a hike in the woods. No way I would personally clip this on a backpack on an outing! But for everything else, the JBL Clip2’s water resistant build and carabiner clip makes this a no-brainer for your outdoor adventures.
The JBL Clip 2 Bluetooth Speaker makes it really easy to bring some almost stereo-quality music with you wherever your travels take you.
The audio quality is very good for the price and size, but the only concern I would give to the consumer, test this out and see if it’s loud enough for you. It is lower in volume than the Flip 3 or UE Roll 2, however, as stated before, for the size, waterproofing, and especially price, the th...More
The audio quality is very good for the price and size, but the only concern I would give to the consumer, test this out and see if it’s loud enough for you. It is lower in volume than the Flip 3 or UE Roll 2, however, as stated before, for the size, waterproofing, and especially price, the three main selling points, the Clip 2 is worth looking into.
The JBL Clip 2 performed well in each aspect in some of them it excelled. The JBL kept its promises and if you want to buy a speaker which is durable, waterproof and can accompany you the whole day you cannot find more compelling options on the market.
As a well-rounded portable Bluetooth speaker, the JBL Clip 2 checks nearly all the right boxes. It has an understated compact design, handy features such as a carabiner and an integrated 3.5mm cable, and appreciable battery backup.
Minor niggles aside, the Clip 2 sounds great, and is easy to carry around and use just about anywhere. The fact that it’s waterproof and can pair with a second speaker sweetens the deal, and this makes for a great gift – even for someone who already owns a set of speakers.Read full review
Budget options don't have to be terrible, and the Clip 2 is a great example of that. Though the small size means that it has a somewhat average sound quality, it's still more than good enough for taking it with you on your next adventure.
Worth picking up if you’re looking for a small, ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker at an honestly great price.
With improved sound quality, ruggedness and battery life, the Clip 2 is the best inexpensive ultraportable speaker available now.