Bose SoundLink Revolve Review

Bose Soundlink Revolve

The Bose SoundLink Revolve is sturdy. The high-end look may initially deceive you – the speaker is designed to be taken with you and it’s drop resistant. Don’t worry about anyone knocking the speaker over at your party – the Bose Soundlink will handle it without breaking a sweat.

Handling the Bose Soundlink Revolve, you’ll notice the excellent build quality. The speaker has a modern metal casing that’s understated and would fit in anywhere from a high-end apartment to a beach outing.

Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus Review

Bose Soundlink Revolve Plus

The Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus is a midsize portable speaker with 360-degree sound and a 30-foot wireless range. It has fantastic sound that fills the room and nice high-end design features. Voice prompts (that can be disabled) let you know the current battery life when you turn on the speaker.

JBL Charge 4 Review

JBL Charge 4

The JBL Charge 4 is a useful portable Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a power bank for your devices. With up to 20 hours of battery life, a rugged and waterproof case, and a balanced sound, it gets the most important things right and makes for a great road trip companion.

The design of the JBL Charge 4 is a youthful one that highlights its ‘party animal’ credentials. You can get the Charge 4 in a range of bright colors including Dusty Pink and Forest Green.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II Review

Bose QC35 II

Noise-canceling headphones are great, but the Bose QuietComfort QC35 II headphones go above and beyond the standard features and functionality. With a relatively high price tag they incorporate excellent noise-canceling tech with digital assistant connectivity and fantastic comfort and design choices.

JBL Xtreme 2 Review

JBL Xtreme 2 Styling

The original JBL Xtreme released in 2015 was a smash hit and became JBL’s most popular portable Bluetooth speaker. It sounded great, it was versatile, and it was super durable.

It’s for good reason then that it’s sequel — the JBL Xtreme 2 — has been hotly anticipated. But is it as good as the original Xtreme and should you consider upgrading to the new version?