Sound-enhancing Moto Mod scores huge 62 percent discount to drop to $29.99 price

Sound-enhancing Moto Mod scores huge 62 percent discount to drop to $29.99 price
After heavily discounting multiple Moto Mods a number of times in recent months, Best Buy doesn't seem to be selling many of these neat feature-expanding accessories for Moto Z-series smartphones anymore. At the same time, B&H Photo Video is listing the popular JBL SoundBoost 2 speaker attachment as "discontinued" while curiously still stocking the original model.

The first-gen SoundBoost Moto Mod from JBL is also on sale for a significant $50 less than usual, fetching just $29.99 right now instead of a $79.99 list price. That's a whopping 62 percent markdown, and whether or not you're a fan of the whole modular handset concept, you can't deny the value proposition of a snap-on speaker with a 6W audio power output at 30 bucks.

While fairly old, the sound-enhancing Moto Mod is fully compatible with the entire Moto Z lineup, from 2016's first generation to the freshly unveiled Z4. You can magnetically and seamlessly slap the JBL SoundBoost to the back of any Moto Z-series mobile device, generating powerful stereo sound with minimal bulk while also adding a nifty kickstand to your phone for a more comfortable video playing experience.

The substantially marked-down Moto Mod comes with its own battery as well, promising to last 10 hours on a single charge without draining any of your handset's juice. Keep in mind that the SoundBoost 2 is not much of an upgrade over this thing, including a splash-proof coating and refining the design a little for a price of $79.99 at the time of this writing through Motorola's official US e-store.

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