The JBL Wind 3 speakers are for the bicycle commuters

Thanks to a microSD card slot, the speakers don’t need to be connected to a phone to play music

The JBL Wind 3 speakers are for the bicycle commuters 1

JBL is known for its variety of portable Bluetooth speakers. From the bass-pumping PartyBox to the dazzling Pulse, the company has created speakers that suit all kinds of needs. And it continues to do so with its newest speakers designed to bring music to your bike commute — the JBL Wind 3 and Wind 3S.

Thanks to a handy handlebar mount, the JBL Wind 3 and Wind 3S are perfect for scooters, bikes, and any other form of commuter transit that isn’t a car or public transport — we’ve lost count of the options. For those roughest of commutes, the speakers are also IP67 waterproof and dustproof.

One pretty sweet feature is that the speakers can be used independently of a phone. While you can just use it as a Bluetooth speaker, you don’t have to — the speakers have microSD card slots, so you can load up music directly into the speaker and not have to worry about your Bluetooth connection on the go. The JBL Wind 3 also exclusively offers an FM radio and an LED display panel for controls.

Both devices are also capable of up to 5 hours of playtime on one charge, two EQ modes, and a hands-free calling option. They also use JBL’s Signature Sound processing for high-quality audio.

The JBL Wind 3 and Wind 3S will both be available in June at $80 and $70, respectively.

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