Anker Sound Core 2 - £36.54 (59% off, usually £89.99) - LIGHTENING DEAL ENDS SOON - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker Sound Core 2 - £36.54 (59% off, usually £89.99) - LIGHTENING DEAL ENDS SOON - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

£36.54£89.9959%Amazon Deals
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Found 6th Mar
Great speaker, also available in red for the same price or black for £39.99, deal ends soon!
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Original Poster
Must be purchased via todays deals!
Is this better than the boost version posted a few days ago?
Original Poster
Mixed reviews, I bought the boost one myself and its good!
Templar_1016th Mar

Is this better than the boost version posted a few days ago?


No, the Boost is more powerful as it’s 20w.
The boost was £33 and unless you need it pronto it might be worth waiting for the boost on a lightning deal.
Good speaker no doubt. I ended up returning this one and going for the Boost mainly because of the power output. Do bear in mind that this Soundcore 2 should have close to double the battery life compared to the Boost though.
Edited by: "ualla" 6th Mar
Very average sound quality in my opinion. RRP is a joke.
Templar_1016th Mar

Is this better than the boost version posted a few days ago?


No.
Out of curiosity...what is the best Bluetooth speaker that Anker do?
Templar_1016th Mar

Out of curiosity...what is the best Bluetooth speaker that Anker do?


The Boost 2 Plus Version 3 with extra Bass (How low can you go?) Moby (featuring rapper x) Remix Limited Edition.
Templar_1016th Mar

Out of curiosity...what is the best Bluetooth speaker that Anker do?


really depends on your personal requirements (waterproof, power, time between charge etc)
Uranus6th Mar

No.



Ive got the boost version, paid £32ish from Amazon. It’s great. It certainly packs a punch, goes very loud! Thoroughly recommended!
AhmadK1 h, 52 m ago

really depends on your personal requirements (waterproof, power, time …really depends on your personal requirements (waterproof, power, time between charge etc)


I'm startng to understand what you mean.
I bought the boost version from the deal posted a few days ago.
I tried it home and was pretty impressed at the sound volume and quality.... So I took it to work and gathered a few colleagues around the table and hyped it up but when I actually played some music through it I could hardly hear it.
It was pretty underwhelming
Obviously it is a lot quieter at home and my room is a lot smaller but I didn't think it would make that much of a difference.
I think I need to increase my budget. I have since been looking at a speaker called minirig. It's £100 dearer but packs a punch I believe.
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