Need an ultra-affordable portable Bluetooth speaker? The Anker SoundCore is only $14.99

Need an ultra-affordable portable Bluetooth speaker? The Anker SoundCore is only $14.99
Smart speakers that can do way more than just play music from your phone via a Bluetooth connection are all the rage nowadays, but even though the Amazon Echo and Google Home lineups seem to be constantly expanding, there's still more than enough demand for good old fashioned wireless speakers with no voice assistant integration.

Ultra-low-cost audio accessories in particular are doing just fine attracting bargain hunters who only want something sleek, light, and durable to seamlessly pair with their mobile devices and play their favorite tunes on the fly for hours on end. The Anker SoundCore is one such robust and affordable Bluetooth speaker you can typically purchase for $49.99, a list price reduced to an insanely low $14.99 right now at Best Buy.

Your 15 bucks are enough to get you a brand-new, unused SoundCore unit in an eye-catching blue paint job, while the black model is itself discounted, but only to $24.99. In case you're wondering, the blue option is available at around $10 more on Amazon than Best Buy at the time of this writing, and we're really not aware of a recent deal as great as the one you can score today.

The excellent customer reviews of the Anker SoundCore from Best Buy, Amazon, and the manufacturer's own US website basically tell you everything you need to know about this decently powerful speaker (with dual 6W drivers and BassUp technology) capable of keeping the party going for up to 24 hours on a single charge. At 365 grams, this thing is far from cumbersome, nonetheless touting a solid, drop-proof build, as well as IPX5 water resistance. 

The incredibly affordable SoundCore also comes with a built-in microphone for directly answering voice calls and Bluetooth 4.0 technology guaranteeing a strong Bluetooth connection to your handset or tablet (iOS or Android) from a distance of up to 66 feet.

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2 Comments

1. sgodsell

Posts: 7365; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

This is really a great deal, especially since it has a battery and the sound can last all day. Plus if you really want to make this $15 Bluetooth speaker into a smart speaker, then buy either a Google Home mini, or an Amazon Echo Dot, and pair it to this speaker. This is well worth that price.

2. T-Dizzle

Posts: 155; Member since: Jul 21, 2015

I'm hoping to pick mine up today. I'm not liking my tethered Google homes.

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