Take the UE Wonderboom portable Bluetooth speaker anywhere while it's on sale for less than $38
The UE Wonderboom portable Bluetooth speaker is a very powerful and very popular device that has been around for a few years now. It's definitely a bargain these days though as the speaker originally sold for around $100 for a long time. Today's deal at Dell features the speaker for just $37.98, a match for the lowest we have ever seen. The last time the Wonderboom dropped this low was a few months ago at Best Buy, but that deal expired quickly. The street price is around $50 at most retailers like Amazon, but you can still find some versions going as high as $80 at places like Target.
Ultimate Ears Wonderboom portable Bluetooth speaker black
Delivers surprisingly powerful sound in 360 degrees. It is IPx7 rated for water resistance so you can use it outside in the rain or next to the pool. Battery lasts up to 10 hours. You can pair multiple versions together for stereo sound.
This Bluetooth speaker sends out sound in all directions with its 360-degree design. It offers 10 hours of battery life per charge and can be recharged easily using USB. The 'Boom' in capital letters within its name is no joke either, this speaker is loud, and the best part is that you can bring it just about anywhere, whether that's to the beach, to a party, on vacation, or even in the shower.
Thanks to its IPX7 water resistance, it can stand a splash of water or two. It can even float when you're using it in the pool. Buy a couple of the speakers and pair them together so you can kick the party up a notch. Combining two speakers is easy to do and allows for fantastic stereo sound.
You'll be covered by a two-year warranty as well.
Need to keep the party going while you're out? Hook your Wonderboom up to this 19200mAh power bank that's also on sale for half off today. Can't stop the music.
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.