JBL launches fun Flip 6 and PartyBox portable speakers

These speakers are ready to throw a party

JBL Flip 6
JBL Flip 6
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JBL is introducing a handful of new products in its headphones and speakers category. Notably, the company is adding to its ever-popular Flip series with the all-new JBL Flip 6. It’s also introducing two new additions to its PartyBox series, the JBL PartyBox 710 and PartyBox 110.

Housing a new logo design and refreshed color range, the JBL Flip 6 is as stylish as ever but now made more powerful. It’s built with premium materials and offers IP67 water and dust resistance that makes it a great choice for an all-around portable speaker.

Alongside hardware enhancements, the JBL Flip 6 now features a dual passive radiator, racetrack-shaped woofer, and a separate tweeter for clear and detailed output. Battery life can last up to 12 hours of playback and Bluetooth is offered as a connectivity option.

The JBL Flip 6 is scheduled to release in December in the US and November in Europe. It will retail for $129.95 and will be available in Grey Stone, River Teal, Ocean Blue, Midnight Black, and Squad colors.

JBL PartyBox 110
JBL PartyBox 110

Now, if you’re looking for something bigger and louder, turn to the new JBL PartyBox 710 and PartyBox 110.

Starting with the smaller of the two, the JBL PartyBox 110 offers 160 watts of JBL Original Pro Sound and an all-new, redesigned light show with 8 RGB animation sequences that can sync to music. It can be controlled via the redesigned top panel or through the PartyBox App. The PartyBox 110 can supposedly last up to 12 hours on a single charge.

You can easily carry the PartyBox 110 to your next party with the built-in carry handle. You can even pair these speakers with a True Wireless Stereo system for bigger and louder sound.

JBL PartyBox 710
JBL PartyBox 710

Outputting 800 watts of JBL Original Pro Sound, the JBL PartyBox 710 is indeed a speaker designed to bring life to any party. Like the PartyBox 110, the PartyBox 710 also offers a redesigned light show with 8 RGB light configurations. There are on-device controls but it’s also compatible with the PartyBox app to create custom light shows, control playback remotely, and add DJ sound effects.

The JBL PartyBox 110 and JBL PartyBox 710 is set to retail for $399 and $799.95 respectively. The JBL PartyBox 110 is already available on the company’s official website, while the PartyBox 710 will release the same time as the Flip 6 in November for Europe and December for the US.