Get the party started with one of the best Moto Mods out there at a massive discount

Get the party started with one of the best Moto Mods out there at a massive discount
With the Moto Z3 and Z3 Play frequently available at substantial discounts from both their manufacturer's official US e-store and third-party retailers like Best Buy, as well as the Z4 and Z4 Force seemingly right around the corner, one of the top investments you could make is perhaps the most popular Moto Mod yet at an essentially unbeatable price.

We're talking about the JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker, which typically costs around 80 bucks. This bad boy magnetically attaches to the back of the Moto Z3 and Z3 Play (as well as previous Z-series devices) with a snap to enable high-quality audio technology so you can get the party started using just your not-very-expensive phone.

The SoundBoost 2 Moto Mod has been on sale a couple of times lately through JBL's website and Best Buy, once again scoring a hefty markdown right now on eBay. Fret not, as you will be dealing with Harman Kardon itself, aka JBL's parent company, which means you'll also receive a standard manufacturer's warranty and free nationwide shipping. 

Instead of coughing up $79.95, you're looking at paying a measly $34.95 here for brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged items in their original packaging. That equates to a saving of $45, or a massive 56 percent off the regular price of a JBL SoundBoost 2. The fresh eBay deal is thus a repeat of what was offered on around a month ago for a limited time. Harman apparently has a little over 3,000 units available at the time of this writing, and while that may seem like a lot, something tells us it won't take long for all the discounted inventory to go away.

Thanks to a relatively large built-in battery, the SoundBoost 2 can blast your tunes for up to 10 hours without interruption all on its own, offering 6 watts of amplification in total with a spill-resistant design and a handy integrated kickstand.

Check out the deal here

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