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JBL Flip 4 Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker - Black £59 @ Amazon
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JBL Flip 4 Portable Bluetooth Wireless Speaker - Black £59 @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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If you don't have Spotify then you can get this product for £64.99 for 6 months for a cost of over £6 currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

My nephew has this product and it great for his using it in the shower / room, much to my surprise it compact and deliver's you the sound with a boom!

  • JBL Pure Bass - Experience impressive stereo sound with your all-weather companion / This wireless speaker features a built-in noise and echo cancelling speakerphone for crystal clear conference calls






  • Your music, non-stop - High-capacity 3000mAh rechargeable battery lasts up to 12hrs on a single charge - Keep that party going all day long!






  • Quality sound, wherever you go - Charge 4 is fully waterproof (IPX7) so live free from worry of rain or spills / Perfect design for pools or the beach - go ahead, dive in!






  • Share the playlist - with Wireless Bluetooth Streaming, connect your device (i.e; tablet or smartphone) and enjoy high-quality stereo sound






  • Items delivered: 1x JBL Flip 4 portable wireless speaker in black / Amplify your party with JBL Connect+ - connect more than 100 enabled devices / Power adaptor and charging cable included
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Or the newer model Flip 5 is currently on offer at O2 for £69.99 (credit to @mrnicewatch )

hotukdeals.com/deals/jbl-flip-5-portable-bluetooth-speaker-at-o2-3337031

Also a great detailed comparison in the comments from @cheaperthebetter when I was trying to decide which speaker to choose.

There are issues connecting Flip 4 to Flip 5 speakers
but if this is not a concern I would buy Flip 5

JBL Flip 4 vs. Flip 5
So, you’re probably wondering what the differences are between the JBL Flip 4 vs. Flip 5? Here is a brief breakdown of the differences:

SoundMost important, is there a difference in sound quality? Yes, is the answer to that question. If you’re looking for an audio upgrade, the Flip 5 sounds better than the Flip 4. The Flip 5 has better bass, it’s louder and with improved clarity across the frequency spectrum.

Audio Connections
If you like using an AUX cable, then the Flip 4 will be the better option. The Flip 5 doesn’t have an AUX input. Both feature Bluetooth 4.2.

Another big difference is the fact that the Flip 5 no longer includes a built-in microphone. This means no speakerphone and no voice assistants like Siri or Google Assistant. If you want these features, better to go with the Flip 4.

Waterproof
The Flip 4 and Flip 5 both share an IPX7 waterproof rating.

Battery LifeThere is no difference in playing time between the Flip 4 and Flip 5. Depending on the volume you play your audio, both speakers will give you 12 hours. The Flip 5 features a 4,800 milliamp-hour (mAh) vs. the Flip 4’s 3,000 mAh. You won’t notice a massive difference in playing time between the two speakers, but you will be able to charge the Flip 5 in 2 hours 30 minutes vs. the Flip 4 at 3 hours 30 minutes.

Multiple Speaker Connections
Both the Flip 4 and Flip 5 allow you to connect multiple JBL speakers. The Flip 4 features JBL Connect+ while the Flip 5 features PartyBoost.

The Flip 4 can connect to all Connect and Connect+ speakers while the Flip 5 can ONLY connect to other PartyBoost speakers. This is extremely poor of JBL.

When JBL first released Connect+, this was also an issue. You could only connect to other Connect+ speakers and not your older models.

Subsequent firmware updates mean you can now pair Connect to Connect+, but I cannot see the point of changing this as often as JBL does. It adds no value to the consumer and ultimately devalues your older JBL speakers.
Edited by: "Minnie_Mouse" 26th Nov 2019
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Or the newer model Flip 5 is currently on offer at O2 for £69.99 (credit to @mrnicewatch )

hotukdeals.com/deals/jbl-flip-5-portable-bluetooth-speaker-at-o2-3337031

Also a great detailed comparison in the comments from @cheaperthebetter when I was trying to decide which speaker to choose.

There are issues connecting Flip 4 to Flip 5 speakers
but if this is not a concern I would buy Flip 5

JBL Flip 4 vs. Flip 5
So, you’re probably wondering what the differences are between the JBL Flip 4 vs. Flip 5? Here is a brief breakdown of the differences:

SoundMost important, is there a difference in sound quality? Yes, is the answer to that question. If you’re looking for an audio upgrade, the Flip 5 sounds better than the Flip 4. The Flip 5 has better bass, it’s louder and with improved clarity across the frequency spectrum.

Audio Connections
If you like using an AUX cable, then the Flip 4 will be the better option. The Flip 5 doesn’t have an AUX input. Both feature Bluetooth 4.2.

Another big difference is the fact that the Flip 5 no longer includes a built-in microphone. This means no speakerphone and no voice assistants like Siri or Google Assistant. If you want these features, better to go with the Flip 4.

Waterproof
The Flip 4 and Flip 5 both share an IPX7 waterproof rating.

Battery LifeThere is no difference in playing time between the Flip 4 and Flip 5. Depending on the volume you play your audio, both speakers will give you 12 hours. The Flip 5 features a 4,800 milliamp-hour (mAh) vs. the Flip 4’s 3,000 mAh. You won’t notice a massive difference in playing time between the two speakers, but you will be able to charge the Flip 5 in 2 hours 30 minutes vs. the Flip 4 at 3 hours 30 minutes.

Multiple Speaker Connections
Both the Flip 4 and Flip 5 allow you to connect multiple JBL speakers. The Flip 4 features JBL Connect+ while the Flip 5 features PartyBoost.

The Flip 4 can connect to all Connect and Connect+ speakers while the Flip 5 can ONLY connect to other PartyBoost speakers. This is extremely poor of JBL.

When JBL first released Connect+, this was also an issue. You could only connect to other Connect+ speakers and not your older models.

Subsequent firmware updates mean you can now pair Connect to Connect+, but I cannot see the point of changing this as often as JBL does. It adds no value to the consumer and ultimately devalues your older JBL speakers.
Edited by: "Minnie_Mouse" 26th Nov 2019
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