Deal: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay P2 Bluetooth Speaker $108.99 - Prime Day 2018

Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay P2 speaker is designed to offer the sound quality you expect from Bang & Olufsen but within a casing that is rugged enough to endure on-the-go usage. Making it a reliable and yet great-sounding speaker. Of course, this combination does not come cheap with the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay P2 typically retailing for $169 in the US. Although, Amazon has now dropped the price down to only $116.20 while Prime members can save even more with the price dropping down to $108.98.

On the surface, the Beoplay P2 looks like a typical portable speaker encased with a splash and dust-resistant design which is made up of a mixture of aluminium, leather and polymer. Underneath, however, the Beoplay P2 features Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound and offers a total output of 2 x 50-watts. Making this small and inconspicuous speaker an extremely powerful one.

Of course with this being a Bluetooth (version 4.2) speaker, battery life is also going to be a factor and on that note the Beoplay P2 is said to offer up to ten hours of usage off a single charge which should be plenty enough for an single sitting. Furthermore, the Beoplay P2 is compatible with a dedicated app which lets the user skip tracks, engage with a voice assistant on a smartphone, and more. Generally speaking, the Beoplay P2 does come in a number of different colors to suit different consumer styles, although only the blue and sand stone colors are available at the lowest price. With the black option available for $116 and the other two color options hovering around the retail price.

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