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The design of this wireless speaker is interesting. This speaker comes in different colors, and some even come with unique prints. The carabiner that they built on it makes the design of this wireless speaker a little more unique than the others.
The carabiner makes the JBL Clip+ easy to carry around. As they’re lightweight, you can just clip them on your jeans, and play your music. You can even clip the JBL Clip+ to your backpack, and carry them while you’re hiking.
The lows on this wireless aren’t as present as with other wireless headphones, but they’re there. If you’re not an audiophile, I’m sure you wouldn’t mind the lack on the lows. The bass is also pretty good. And they don’t sound different anywhere you put the speaker. The mids on this wireless speaker is full sounding, which is surprising from a wireless speaker this small. Also, the highs have great details in them. They don’t sound harsh like the highs on other wireless speakers. This tiny wireless speaker is as respectable as it could get.
Pairing this wireless speaker is easy and straightforward. Once you turn it on, it’ll immediately pair itself with the nearest Bluetooth-enabled device. The range of the JBL Clip+ is around 30 feet. But it can go further if it isn’t hindered. You won’t have problems with stuttering on this wireless speaker as long as you’ll stay within its range.
A small wireless speaker like this can mean a small battery too, which in turn can only last as much as its size permits.
The company promises you 5 hours of playback time for each full charge. This wireless speaker will give you exactly that play time duration.
If you use it on a full volume, you might get a little over 4 hours of battery life. It can stay close to 6 hours when you listen to it on low volume.
Others may find the design a little bit childish, but I love how it looks. It looks modern and stylish to me but with a touch of youth. Plus, I can carry it with me like an accessory.