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The best JBL deals 2022: headphones, speakers and more

The best JBL deals 2022
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JBL's headphones and speakers are renowned for being hard-wearing and great-sounding. And even though they're not actually the priciest around, who doesn't want an extra saving on top of a reasonable price tag?

Fancy a great pair of five-star wireless noise-cancellers for less than a decent restaurant meal? How about a great little portable Bluetooth speaker for less than a round of drinks? You've come to the right place - you'll find 2022's best JBL deals below.

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JBL Reflect Flow Pro £160 £130 at Currys (save £30) (opens in new tab)
These sporty, waterproof in-ears scored five stars thanks to their active noise-cancelling, customisable on-bud touch controls and strong, 10 hour battery life. 

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JBL 1 Series 104 speakers (black) £200 £169 at Amazon (save £31) (opens in new tab)
Working from home? It's not often we recommend buying desktop computer speakers but the four-star 104BTs impressed us with their energetic, entertaining performance. A solid bargain buy.

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JBL Reflect Flow £130 £103 at Amazon (save £27) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)In our review, we praised the Reflect Flow's detail, musicality and strong bass depth. They also deliver a solid fit and long battery life, perfect for those evening runs. Expect up to 10 hours per charge. 

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JBL Flip 5 £120 £109 at Amazon (save £11) (opens in new tab)
The Flip 5 is trim in terms of features and big on sound quality. In fact, we don't think you can get better sound for under £100. At the time of writing the discount applied to the Ocean Blue and Grey Stone models.

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JBL Tune 700BT headphones £52 £46 at Amazon (save £6) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Wireless headphones needn't cost the earth. As well as Bluetooth tech keeping you connected sans wires, these pack in  27 hours of playtime and more. And now you can nab a healthy discount, too.

Tom Bailey

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