- Extreamly Durable
- IPX7 Waterproof
- Excellent Noise and Echo-cancelling
- Highly portable
- Google Assistant or Siri
- No Major Issue Found
11 x 5.5 x 17 cm
- 1 Bluetoooth Speaker
- 1 Charging Cable
- 1 User Manual
- 1 Waranty Card
Claps for Clip!
JBL Clip 3 deserves claps for being such an all-rounder Bluetooth speaker. I am a big fan of JBL, but it doesn’t mean I am promoting this little stuff, but I am damn sure that if you use this Clip, you will fall in love with it for sure.
JBL Clip 3 is an upgraded version of JBL Clip 2, but there are a lot of changes that take place. e.g., design, portability, sound quality, battery backup, etc.
Inside The Box
Inside the box, you get a mini USB cable, user manual, warranty card. It does not include the 3.5-millimeter cable as the clip 2 has.
When it comes to physical appearance, It’s a little bit bigger than the actual clip to its predecessor. I think it weighs a little bit more. Clip 3 is a little bit heavier than the Clip 2, but it’s still pretty damn light for what it is, JBL claims. The whole front side is covered with a fabric grille, which looks very attractive.
If you look at the back, it has a JBL logo of rubberized material. This material ensures the grip on the ground. On the side, there are Bluetooth and power buttons. On the front, you have your plus/minus volume and your playback button. On the other hand, there is a rubber flap under which a mini USB port and a 3.5 mm audio jack are present.
It has the more rounded clip, which I kind of like a better built-in carabiner, so this is pretty great. You can see it wraps around the frame. It acts as a bumper along with all this rubber around it.
The sound that comes out of the JBL Clip 3 is pretty amazing. The bass is pretty good and a little bit better than the clip two.
The strength of this speaker is it’s vocals. Mid-range speakers are probably known for vocal quality and not for extra bass. And trust me, JBL Clip 3 has terrific vocals that you won’t miss. It delivers punchy sound but not that much high quality, but it’s enough for a mid-budget speaker. Apart from this, the treble of this speaker also has clarity.
JBL Clip 3 coming with 1000 mAh battery. They have claimed the battery backup of 10 hours, but in actual use, it lasts up to 6 hours for around 60% volume. If you want to run long, you need to reduce the amount to 50%. Also, the charging time is right. 3 hours are sufficient to charge this device.
It does have an integrated speakerphone, so if you do have JBL Clip 3 connected to your Bluetooth on your phone and you get a phone call, you can take the phone call and talk and hear.
In case you are at the lake or pool, and you have this right by the water, and it accidentally drops in, well, they claim IPX7 waterproof so that you can drop it into 3 feet of water for 30 minutes. It will still work.
So the final words on JBL Clip3 is If your budget is under two thousand and five hundred, and need a speaker for decent use like indoor and sometimes for trekking purpose, go for this. Believe me; it will not disappoint you in all manner.