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This Bose Bluetooth speaker is just $79 for Prime Day — save $50

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We’re looking to spend a great deal of time indoors this fall and winter, more so than usual. Luckily, Amazon has us covered with Prime Day deals geared to make that experience as enjoyable, or tolerable, as possible. One area that’s sure to help is having a proper Bluetooth speaker, which can not only make your music and media mobile, it can revolutionize the way you take in your content. Right now, you can get a Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II for $79, down from its regular price of $129. That’s $50 off and the lowest price at which we’ve ever seen it!

Bose is legendary for its sound and for good reason. The American company has been innovators in home audio systems since the 1960s and they haven’t exactly slowed as the world moved into digital and Bluetooth speakers. Take the Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II, an incredibly powerful and versatile Bluetooth speaker that can bring your home audio experience to the next level.

First of all, the Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II is subtle. It’s not tiny, but small enough to fade into the background or look totally demur on a shelf or desk. It’s also water-resistant, which is great news, especially if you’re someone who likes to listen to podcasts or music in the kitchen or bathroom.

Yet even with its diminutive status, the sound packs a punch. You can fill a room, or an entire apartment with rich, crisp sound that boasts off all Bose’s unrivaled sonic technology. At the same time, this is a rugged little bugger. You can bring it with you to the park, or the gym, and never worry about knocks and scrapes affecting it adversely. These days, we’re doing our workouts wherever we can, and this is the perfect accompaniment, delivering punchy music or instruction whether you’re on the grass in the park, or sweating it out on the carpet at home. It connects to Siri and Google Assistant devices, works with voice prompts, and has an app for your phone, so you can go hands-free and never have to worry about fiddling with dials.

Another feature we love — you can use Bose SimpleSync technology to pair your SoundLink speaker with Bose Smart Home devices. So you can create surround sound, or the same vibe in different rooms, which can be key when entertaining or setting a mood. This speaker’s versatility is endless.

While we’re seeing some amazing Prime Day Bluetooth speaker deals, this is the lowest price we’ve ever seen on the Bose SoundLink Color Bluetooth Speaker II. It’s only $79, down from its regular price of $129, which means that you can get $50 off!

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