Amazon currently has two of Anker’s highly-rated Soundcore Bluetooth-based speakers on sale. For what is likely to be a limited period of time, it is possible to pick up a Soundcore model for as little as $29.99. Both offerings offer built-in Bluetooth for reliable wireless audio playback.

Let’s start with the big brother of the pack; the Anker Soundcore Flare 2 Bluetooth Speaker. This hardware usually retails for around the $80 mark but can be yours for just $63.99 with this deal. It offers an intense 360-degree audio experience thanks to dual drivers and passive radiators as well as the BassUp technology designed to pump out 20W of sound. That design ensures that the Flare 2 is capable of pumping out the impressive sound in every direction. It also comes with a double pretty light rainbow, which is essentially a halo of LEDs at the bottom of the speaker that reacts to the flow and rhythm of the playing music.

It offers a super-safe IPX7 rating, meaning that this Flare 2 offering is “party proof.” Use it in the home or at the poolside and grab it right now from the link below using the provided discount code.

If that is a little rich for you, or just overkill for your needs, then the smaller Soundcore Flare Mini gives you all of the power of the Flare range but in a more compact and affordable shell. It offers the same 360-degree sound thanks to back-to-back 5W (10W total) neodymium drivers, delivering sound in every direction. It comes with the same IPX7-rating  as well as an integrated lithium-ion battery that should get you up to 12-hours of tub-thumping audio. And, to make things even better, you can connect two of these beauties together to give an improved audio experience.

Pick the Flare Mini up from the direct link above but make sure to act with haste before the price rises and you end up being faced with having to pay full price for the pleasure.

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