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JBL Partybox 100 Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Bluetooth / USB / AUX + 6 Months Spotify Premium (New accounts) £199 @ Currys PC World
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JBL Partybox 100 Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Bluetooth / USB / AUX + 6 Months Spotify Premium (New accounts) £199 @ Currys PC World

£199£27929% Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
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Posted 4th Jun
Really good price, next best around £80 more. Good reviews and a Manufacturer's guarantee of 2 years should anything go wrong.

Free 6 month Spotify Premium subscription for new Premium accounts only when purchasing this productUK only. Purchase of qualifying device required: Any laptop, video game, games console, tablet, smart TV smart home, smart watch or audio product above £49. Offer excludes Apple & Beats. Redeem offer at spotify.com/currys. New premium Spotify customers only. Offer valid from 04.10.19 to 04.10.20. Please click here for full terms and conditions.



“Whether relaxing at home or partying into the night, enjoy immersive audio all day long with JBL’s PartyBox 100.” – ‘EISA’ Best Product 2019 – 2020 ‘Party Speaker’

Made to party
With a mighty 160 watts of raw power, the PartyBox 100 more than lives up to its name. The large, box reflex cabinet monsters other Bluetooth speakers, giving you more of the club sound – at home.

Double up for stereo
When one just isn’t enough, double up for stereo sound. Link up two compatible PartyBox speakers with True Wireless Stereo and enjoy twice the power. True stereo also gives more of a concert feel, with a soundstage just like the real thing.

Light up the party
More than just a sonic boom box, the PartyBox provides the visuals, too. Select from several Red/Green/Blue light patterns or let the colours move with your groove. Either way, the PartyBox 100 is a light fantastic.

Party all night
Featuring a battery that lasts up to 12 hours, the PartyBox 100 can keep going all night long. If you run out of juice, simply plug it into the mains and keep the music coming.

Wireless Bluetooth connection
With wireless Bluetooth connection for up to two smartphones or tablets you can take it in turns to play your choice of music. As well as playing the music stored on your phone, Bluetooth is also a perfect way of playing back your favourite streaming service, such as Spotify or Apple Music.

Wired connections – AUX, mic and guitar
If you’d prefer to make a wired connection, simply use the 3.5mm input to connect your mixer, CD player or other source. The PartyBox 100 also proves to be the ideal entertainer, with separate inputs and level controls for microphone and guitar.

USB it
Got a massive music collection on USB? Then just plug it in and let it play. Perfect for when you’ve enough to do without having to worry about the music, the USB input makes this a speaker you simply plug in and play.

Don’t let the music system be a downer on your perfect party – hook up to the JBL PartyBox 100 to make it go with a swing.


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Portable
Not so sure about the portable bit

551 x 290 x 288 mm (H x W x D)

Not really something a teenager is gonna pop in their rucksack or handbag to take to the park.

Still, that aside it looks and would probably sound good, but again for £200 its more of an add-on to a home hifi
lollypoplee04/06/2020 08:25

Not so sure about the portable bit 551 x 290 x 288 …Not so sure about the portable bit 551 x 290 x 288 mm (H x W x D)Not really something a teenager is gonna pop in their rucksack or handbag to take to the park.Still, that aside it looks and would probably sound good, but again for £200 its more of an add-on to a home hifi


It won't go in a backpack but I'd class it as portable in the sense that it's a battery powered, unlike the previous 200 model, which is mains powered only. It's also a good amount lighter than its predecessor.

Just being able to use it anywhere you like is a bonus. There a lots of options for speakers that would fit into a backpack out there, for those that want a carry around system.

Edit: it means I can have a solo shed party, as I can't be trusted to run electricity out there
Edited by: "Ken" 4th Jun
Looks like it's in the process of being recreated by the Mysterons...
Currys is one of the worst for customer service if you have any problems good luck!
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