Deal: JBL Pulse 2 Bluetooth Speaker With Light Show $99.99 - 11/24/17

The JBL Pulse 2 is currently available to buy through Amazon priced at only $99.99. Which makes this a great time to consider picking up this speaker. Especially for those in the market for a new Bluetooth speaker, but one that is a little different to the rest. As unlike the wealth of other Bluetooth speakers currently on sale the JBL Pulse line is unique in that it is also equipped with an interactive light show. So not only are you getting a Bluetooth speaker here, but also a way to jazz up the listening experience.

The JBL Pulse 2 is not the newest speaker to join the Pulse line although this is still a more than capable version. Not to mention the newer version (the JBL Pulse 3) will currently cost you almost twice as much for the same core features. This is the best price seen on the JBL Pulse 2 in a long time as JBL itself currently lists a refurbished version at $125. With this being new, and shipped through Amazon, $99 is a nice price for what is a great little speaker.

As for the general features, the JBL Pulse 2 can connect to three Bluetooth devices at the same time allowing for more than one person to control the music. Inside there is a 6,000 mAh battery which is rated to offer up to 10 hours of usage before needing to be recharged. While the included speakerphone allows users to make and take hands-free calls when needed. This is also a splashproof speaker so there are no issues in making use of it by the pool and with it being a JBL product, the Pulse 2 is also capable of being connected to other JBL-branded speakers through the use of the company’s JBL Connect feature. As for the light show, you can choose from a variety of preset colors and patterns, or just use your camera to identify a certain color and watch the JBL Pulse 2 take on that color. Interested buyers also currently have the choice of color, with both the black and silver versions in stock and at the reduced $99.99 price.

JBL Pulse 2 Bluetooth Speaker
$99.99
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