The JBL Clip 2 is creating waves in the portable speaker category, for its superb performance despite its small size and affordable pricing. With small yet significant tweaks from its predecessors, the JBL Clip 2 brings many new features and improvements to the table. Its tiny size (slightly bigger than a hockey puck) means that it is ultra-portable, yet it offers a decent audio for a speaker of its size. The mesh finish
Despite its size, you will find that all you need for a portable speaker is packed into that tiny frame. On the left side, you will find volume buttons and a button marked with a phone icon. The latter can be used to answer calls (turning it into a speakerphone), but it also has hidden abilities – you can pause or play a song by pressing on it once and if you press it twice quickly, it allows you to skip to the next track on your song list.
Built-In Carabiner Clip for Better Portability with JBL Clip 2 Singapore
The JBL Clip 2 comes equipped with a metal carabiner clip which enables you to hook the speaker to your bag while hiking or to the kitchen cabinet handle while you are preparing meals. The carabiner hook gives the JBL Clip 2 extra points for mobility as it can be adjusted according to your preference, meaning you can now enjoy your favourite music anywhere!
Rechargeable Battery for Improved Battery Life
This is possibly one of the key highlights of this mini-speaker. Most mini Bluetooth speakers face problems in terms of battery life, but this common trait is not present in the JBL Clip 2. The speaker comes with a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can last for 8 hours on constant playback, on a single charge.
The Speaker is Now Waterproof!
Did you accidentally drop the JBL Clip 2 into the sink while you were brushing your teeth? No worries – it is waterproof! The fabric covering of the JBL Clip 2 makes significant improvements to its splash-proof design, giving it an IPX7 water-resistance rating. This means that the speaker can be submerged in up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes, without signs of problems in functionality afterwards. Any reason not to bring the speaker to your next camping trip with your buddies?