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Soundcore Flare Mini Bluetooth Speaker, IPX7 Waterproof rated £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Soundcore Flare Mini Bluetooth Speaker, IPX7 Waterproof rated £27.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

£27.99£39.9930%Amazon Deals
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Posted 5th Nov
Cracking price for this! No code needed or anything, straight discount.

All Round Pounding Sound: Intense 360° sound drops from back-to-back 5W (10W total) neodymium drivers for stunning sound in every direction—all powered by BassUp technology, multi-band DRC, and dual IIR passive radiators. Put the sound at the centre of your house party and give everyone front-row thrills.

Audio Fireworks: A halo of LEDs phase, pulse, and glow with the rhythm of your music for a next-level listening experience. Fill your house or yard with a personalized party atmosphere; 8 individual LEDs and 5 lighting modes offer complete customization.
Pool Party Proof: No matter where the good times go, Flare Mini is an outdoor Bluetooth speaker that is suited up and ready.

Super-safe IPX7 waterproof protection withstands spills, rain, and even complete submersion (for 30 minutes) in water.

Can’t Stop The Beat: A high-efficiency Li-ion battery ensures you get 12 hours of thumping sound and pulsing light from a single charge—longer than ordinary outdoor Bluetooth speakers. Start the party early, and go to bed late!

Wireless Stereo: Connect 2 Flare Mini outdoor Bluetooth speakers via a single Bluetooth device for souped-up stereo sound. Designed to work with any device, including iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops, Computers, Chromebooks, TV, PD, Samsung Galaxy, and Samsung Note.

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All-Round Sound, All-Day Play

A complete party squeezed into a Bluetooth speaker. Bass-driven 360° sound is synchronized with a pulsing light show that takes your music into the stratosphere. 5 illumination modes allow you to completely customize the atmosphere; lift the crowd to new heights or bring them down from the ceiling. At the beach, by the pool, or anywhere else; just press play to start the party.

Key Features:

360° Sound: An outdoor Bluetooth speaker with back-to-back drivers deliver front-row sound to everyone around.

Beat-Driven Lightshow: A multicolored LED ring beats, pops, and phases in time to your music.

IPX7 Waterproof: An outdoor Bluetooth speaker with tough waterproof protection to withstand rain, drinks, and even complete submersion for 30 minutes.

12-Hour Battery Life: Using Anker’s world-renowned battery technology, playtime runs all day or all night.

Wireless Stereo: Pair 2 Flare Mini outdoor Bluetooth speakers via a single Bluetooth device for all-around stereo sound.

What’s in the box:Flare Mini, Happy card, Quick Start Guide USB-A to Micro-USB Cable

Protected against heavy splashing and rain. Must not fail or show water seepage when exposed, but not when immersed. IPX-7 Waterproof Standard. Protected against short durations of water immersion. Max immersion for less than 30 minutes and at a depth of less than 1 meter.
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Do I need another Bluetooth speaker? Will I buy it? Heck yeah! 🔥
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 5th Nov
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Do I need another Bluetooth speaker? Will I buy it? Heck yeah! 🔥
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 5th Nov
MrSwitch05/11/2019 08:04

Do I need another Bluetooth speaker? No! Do I need this? No! Will I buy …Do I need another Bluetooth speaker? No! Do I need this? No! Will I buy it? Heck yeah! 🔥


You sound like me but gaming deals
How does the sound compare to the full size Flare?
I'm incredibly impressed with the normal Flare but the Motion Q was a bit disappointing so I know there's good and bad from Anker.
also wondering if they sound as good as the bigger ones
power is slightly less but as they have removed a few features then the quality could remain the same whist saving cash
(no aux though?)
Anybody bought it, what's the sound like?
(12 hours battery life? Pretty good for less than £30.)

Cool, like this guy driving the girl crazy that she just can't help but twist her hair. (She's muttering under her breath standing outside the venue, "you're such a cheapskate! You told me we were going to a concert. You didn't tell me you didn't have tickets! 'Pounding sound'? Yeah, now I know what you meant by that")
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Edited by: "TopTrump" 6th Nov
MrSwitch05/11/2019 08:06

I'm a sucker for pretty lights


Looks a bit cheap and tacky to me, but to each their own
herrbz06/11/2019 12:48

Looks a bit cheap and tacky to me, but to each their own


Indeed
Nice and Anker.. can’t go wrong..
Looks kind of cheap, but for the price, 10W+waterproof is a solid selling point for me.
Bought one of these about two months ago, I’m very impressed for the sound quality of something so cheap and small. It has a pretty nice look to it, it’s definitely not an eyesore when not in use. If you’re not a fan of the lights, (which to be honest don’t look amazing as you can see the individual LEDs inside it but it’s still a cool feature to have for parties), you can turn them off. The battery life isn’t amazing when using the lights if I’m honest, that’s my only gripe with this, but it does include a charging cable that charges it fairly quickly. Just ordered a second so I can pair them together anyway!
TopTrump06/11/2019 12:42

Anybody bought it, what's the sound like?(12 hours battery life? Pretty …Anybody bought it, what's the sound like?(12 hours battery life? Pretty good for less than £30.)Cool, like this guy driving the girl crazy that she just can't help but twist her hair. (She's muttering under her breath standing outside the venue, "you're such a cheapskate! You told me we were going to a concert. You didn't tell me you didn't have tickets! 'Pounding sound'? Yeah, now I know what you meant by that")[Image]


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Tribit X Sound Go is the best budget speaker imo, £28.99 on Amazon.
TopTrump06/11/2019 12:42

Anybody bought it, what's the sound like?(12 hours battery life? Pretty …Anybody bought it, what's the sound like?(12 hours battery life? Pretty good for less than £30.)Cool, like this guy driving the girl crazy that she just can't help but twist her hair. (She's muttering under her breath standing outside the venue, "you're such a cheapskate! You told me we were going to a concert. You didn't tell me you didn't have tickets! 'Pounding sound'? Yeah, now I know what you meant by that")[Image]


He probably meant something else by 'pounding sound'.
hcc2707/11/2019 08:19

He probably meant something else by 'pounding sound'.


exactly. That's what the girl with the twisty hair in the photo is saying. "No tickets? Please yourself then"
Edited by: "TopTrump" 7th Nov
rijusbaby106/11/2019 21:17

Tribit X Sound Go is the best budget speaker imo, £28.99 on Amazon.


how many speakers have you tested? what made it better than this one?
Edited by: "brilly" 7th Nov
brilly07/11/2019 11:29

how many speakers have you tested? what made it better than this one?



jackojack07/11/2019 15:23

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right but then this speaker is a 40quid speaker but reduced to the price of the tribit so its not really one thats being compared

infact if you read the actual techradar review it says that the soundcore flare is a step up from this - how the mini flare compares i dont know... but do they or you?

jumping in with blanket statements doesn't really do much - have tested every speaker going? nope
herrbz06/11/2019 12:48

Looks a bit cheap and tacky to me, but to each their own


If you see it in person it looks a lot nicer. Very good build quality.
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