JBL Xtreme (Recertified) Portable Wireless Splashproof Bluetooth Speaker (Blue or Red) £140.39 @ JBL
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JBL Xtreme (Recertified) Portable Wireless Splashproof Bluetooth Speaker (Blue or Red) £140.39 @ JBL

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Found 21st Jul 2017
Use JBL10-MEMBER discount code at checkout to knock 10% off price.

Cracking price for this bluetooth speaker. Cheapest price for a new one is £220.

Only blue or red available.

JBL do 2 years warranty on all recertified products, the same warranty you get with a new one.

I went for a Charge 3 instead of this for £89.99 (using discount code), but may be useful for some.

TCB: 6.3% for extra savings.
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I wouldn't pay £1.40 for JBL speakers, not heard a good one yet.
DingIs22nd Jul

I wouldn't pay £1.40 for JBL speakers, not heard a good one yet.


Really, which ones have you heard? I think they are a bit overpriced but sound decent and are always well reviewed - both the Xtreme and the Charge 3 received 5 star What Hi-Fi reviews at full price. I'm not saying they are the best in their price bracket (it's a very subjective thing anyway but I do find JBL's stuff to be too bass focused) but I really don't see how anyone can say they don't sound good.

If I was spending this sort of cash I'd personally I'd probably go for a Riva Turbo X (which is a bargain now it's almost half the original price) but it's not particular portable. If I wanted something loud and bass heavy for outdoor use this is a bargain at £140.
razorwire20 h, 45 m ago

Really, which ones have you heard? I think they are a bit overpriced but …Really, which ones have you heard? I think they are a bit overpriced but sound decent and are always well reviewed - both the Xtreme and the Charge 3 received 5 star What Hi-Fi reviews at full price. I'm not saying they are the best in their price bracket (it's a very subjective thing anyway but I do find JBL's stuff to be too bass focused) but I really don't see how anyone can say they don't sound good. If I was spending this sort of cash I'd personally I'd probably go for a Riva Turbo X (which is a bargain now it's almost half the original price) but it's not particular portable. If I wanted something loud and bass heavy for outdoor use this is a bargain at £140.

A couple of bt mini speakers and a mates car, to be honest my £5 eBay special sounded as good if not better than the mini speakers. None of them just sounded right, a bit 'blurry'.
razorwire26th Jul

Really, which ones have you heard? I think they are a bit overpriced but …Really, which ones have you heard? I think they are a bit overpriced but sound decent and are always well reviewed - both the Xtreme and the Charge 3 received 5 star What Hi-Fi reviews at full price. I'm not saying they are the best in their price bracket (it's a very subjective thing anyway but I do find JBL's stuff to be too bass focused) but I really don't see how anyone can say they don't sound good. If I was spending this sort of cash I'd personally I'd probably go for a Riva Turbo X (which is a bargain now it's almost half the original price) but it's not particular portable. If I wanted something loud and bass heavy for outdoor use this is a bargain at £140.


Just came across this looking for a bluetooth speaker. Hadn't heard of the Riva, but reviews at rrp are excellent, and it is only £159 on Amazon (sold by a third party, but fulfilled by Amazon). Seems like a bit of a bargain, so thanks for the heads up.
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