With over 2,400 largely positive ratings on Amazon, the JBL Boombox is one extremely popular Bluetooth speaker. Now, thanks to the power of Prime Day, it’s available to purchase for just $279.95.

JBL went on a mission to make the Boombox the most powerful and portable Bluetooth speaker on the market. It would be interesting to put this hardware side-by-side with other competitors on the market and see which one comes out on top, But, failing that, you will just have to make do with a portable speaker that delivers monstrous sound along with seriously impressive bass.

Incorporating four active transducers and two JBL bass radiators, JBL Boombox delivers monstrous sound along with hardest hitting bass that you will not only hear but also see it

The Internal battery takes approximately 6.5-hours to fully charge and then should be good enough to give you up to 24-hours of listening pleasure. Owners can also “use the massive 20,000 mAh battery and dual charge out to charge your external devices anytime and keep the music rocking.” The feature makes this an extremely versatile piece of equipment that not only delivers exceptional sound quality but that also lets you charge other devices for maximum versatility.

The speaker is extremely rugged and comes with an IPX7 rating that allows it to withstand any weather and any environment. We don’t recommend throwing this into the pool to test out its rating but you can definitely throw that epic pool party without fear of the speaker falling to bits of it gets a little wet.

This stunning JBL Boombox is currently in stock, reduced in price, and can come to you with free shipping. So, with that in mind, jump over to the direct link below right now to pick up this JBL Bluetooth speaker for just $279.95.

Buy: JBL Boombox, Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker, Black from Amazon: $279.95 | Original price: $400.35

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