One of Best Buy's deals of the day includes the Marshall Tufton portable Bluetooth speaker down to $299.99. This is $100 off its regular price at Best Buy. The next best price is $330 at B&H, but that's also a limited-time sale and the speaker is going for $400 elsewhere including places like Crutchfield. This deal is only good through the end of the day.
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Has IPX2 water resistant design. Connects up to 2 Bluetooth devices and uses Bluetooth 5.0 tech. Has a range of about 30 feet. Has front and rear facing drivers for 360-degree sound. Rechargeable battery lasts up to 20 hours. Can connect via Aux.
$400.00 $100 off
The Marshall Tufton is a portable speaker, and it has a battery that lasts for up to 20 hours. You'll be able to play your music all day long and blast it as loud as you can. The Bluetooth 5.0 technology helps the Tufton with power efficiency and keeps it from being interupted by other wireless protocols. The Bluetooth also has a range of 30 feet so you can change the music from across the room.
The speaker's three-way system design helps it produce clear, powerful audio across all frequencies. Plus, because it has a rear-facing driver you can get sound in every direction. Put the speaker right in the middle of the room so everyone can enjoy it.
You can still use the Tufton even if your party is outside. The speaker is IPX2-rated for water resistance, so you'll have time to pick it up and carry it inside even if it starts raining or it gets splashed on by the pool.
Got some other friends who want to use the speaker? That's fine because the Tufton can handle two Bluetooth devices at once. This way if your friend has a much different taste in music than you, at least you guys can trade off so everyone's happy.
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