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JBL’s Go 3 And Clip 4 Compact Speakers Get The Eco Treatment

JBL has announced that two of its most portable speakers, the Go 3 and the Clip 4, are going eco-friendly.

The appropriately named JBL Go 3 Eco and Clip 4 Eco are now made using 90% Post Consumer Recycled plastic for their bodies, and 100$ recycled fabric on the speaker grills.

In addition, the two new speakers now come in the company’s most sustainable packaging yet.

“Our new JBL Go 3 Eco and Clip 4 Eco portable speakers are designed with the listener and environment in mind. They deliver the JBL Pro Sound performance that our customers come to expect but deliver that from a product with a significantly reduced impact on the world,” said Dave Rogers, President, HARMAN Lifestyle Division.

“The circular economy is essential for the future of the planet but the quality of the products we produce must be maintained, these new speakers are built to be enjoyed and are built to last.”

Both the Go 3 Eco and Clip 4 Eco sport the same audio quality and specs of the standard models.

The JBL Go 3 Eco is the most portable speaker in the Harman owned audio company’s range. Sporting 5 hours of playtime on a single charge, IP67 water and dustproof rating and Bluetooth 5.1, The Go 3 Eco is the pocket-sized audio solution that packs a punch.

The JBL Clip 4 Eco is much the same as its smaller brother, with the same IP67 rating and Bluetooth capabilities. On top of this, it also boasts double the battery life at 10 hours, and a convenient clip perfect for a belt loop or a backpack.

The JBL Go 3 Eco and JBL Clip 4 Eco are due for release in Australia in Q2 of next year. Pricing and specific release dates are yet to be determined.

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