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!
jh7873 m ago

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.
jh78723 m ago

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?
jh78720 m ago

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.
jh78756 m ago

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


really depends on your personal requirements (waterproof, power, time between charge etc)
Bestard1 h, 31 m ago

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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