JBL Flip 4 review

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At first glance, JBL’s Flip 4 Bluetooth portable speaker looks very similar to 2016’s Flip 3. But looks can be deceiving: it’s actually a slightly bigger speaker, weighing 1.14 lbs (517 g) — 0.14 pound more than its predecessor — and it’s covered in more durable fabric with a tighter weave. As part of that external design change, the Flip 4 gets some changes on the inside, including new drivers and a presumably bigger battery that delivers 12 hours of battery life instead of the Flip 3’s 10 hours. The speaker is also now fully waterproof instead of just splashproof.

Like the Flip 3, the Flip 4 can be stood up vertically or laid down horizontally — thus its Flip moniker — and comes with a removable lanyard that allows you to hang the speaker from a shower head, a branch outside or a loop on your backpack. Available in six colors, it costs $100 or £120. Official Australia availability isn’t yet known, but that US price converts to about AU$140.

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