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Whether you’re a rugged outdoor adventurer or a block party champion, there’s a portable Bluetooth® speaker that fits your needs.

When the weather is wonderful, it’s time to enjoy the great outdoors. The smell of burgers on the grill, the miles-long view of a mountaintop summit, and the warmth of the sun hitting your face on a romantic picnic — these moments all deserve a background track that equally thrills the senses. Whether you’re a rugged adventurer or the backyard BBQ champion, Bose offers the best portable wireless speakers for your every outdoor need.

Bose Portable Smart Speaker on a table outside


Perfect for the backyard BBQ

There’s nothing better than firing up the grill and surrounding yourself with your closest friends. As the best BBQ host on the block, you wear a lot of hats; grill master, décor extraordinaire, and the party’s DJ. You need a speaker that matches your all-in-one persona. With the Bose Portable Smart Speaker you get the power and versatility of a wireless home speaker, a portable Bluetooth® speaker, and a voice-controlled speaker in one product. Your backyard never sounded so good. 

SoundLink Revolve+ Bluetooth speaker on a table


There are few things more romantic than grabbing a picnic basket and blanket for a romantic date with your sweetheart. Before heading out the door with the basket in one hand, grab the handle of the Revolve+ II with the other. Engineered with powerful 360° sound, this outdoor wireless speaker will envelop your picnic in a blanket of summer tunes, and with up to 17 hours of battery life it will last the entire day. Picnics can be a little messy and accidents happen, so if you nervously spill that second glass of wine and it splashes your speaker — don’t worry — the Revolve+ II is water resistant and a little spill won’t ruin the mojo.

SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker being attached to the handlebar of a bicycle


The biker’s best friend 

There’s a moment near the end of any workout when your legs feel like lead, your heart pounds, and your lungs are desperate for air. At times like these, everyone needs extra motivation — like the perfect playlist. Whether mountain biking or hitting the road, this tiny outdoor speaker with a loud personality is perfect for anyone’s needs. The SoundLink Micro can clip on a backpack or handlebar for a light, wireless, and high-quality cycling soundtrack. You don’t let a little rain stop you from hitting the trails, and it shouldn’t stop your music either. With a silicone rubber exterior, this portable waterproof speaker can withstand a beating, and more importantly, make you the leader of any pack. 

Polar White SoundLink Color Bluetooth speaker II on a table


When heading to the beach, you pack the essentials: sunscreen, beach towels and the perfect book. The SoundLink Color Bluetooth speaker II is your new beach essential that can survive the sand and catapult you into the chill beach vibes of postcards and dreams. This outdoor speaker weighs less than a wet towel and will last all day with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to 8 hours of playtime. Splash-proof and with sound quality as crisp as the sound of the crashing waves, the SoundLink Color II could soon become your essential beach companion. 

S1 Pro system on a table in a backyard during a party

Seasons are marked by the memories we create. Summer blowouts before the kids are back at school, the best backyard weddings, and family reunions with matching neon t-shirts. Large gatherings of loved ones create stories that will be passed down and shared. The S1 Pro system is the largest and most powerful battery-powered Bluetooth® speaker for any large outdoor event. Make announcements clearly with the microphone jack, prove you’re the family’s best DJ with wireless Bluetooth streaming, or let the neighborhood band jam out. This portable speaker ensures that every event has a professional and high-quality feel. 

When you’re hosting a party, or heading for an outdoor adventure, the weather can take a twist or that cousin you didn’t invite could just show up. But with a portable Bose wireless speakers, you can ensure that the good times won’t stop when that minor hiccup bursts forward.


Smart Home Family

Every speaker and soundbar in the Bose Smart Home Family is engineered with built-in voice control, multi-room functionality, and astonishing Bose sound.


With your speaker or soundbar connected to Wi-Fi®, just say the word to stream all your favorite music, internet radio stations, podcasts, and audiobooks — plus get weather, send messages, set timers, add to your to-do lists, and control smart home accessories, too.*

*Voice commands and controls vary.

“Hey Google, do I need an umbrella today?”

“Alexa, tell me the news.”

Light bar on the soundbar

Simple setup and total control

Download the free Bose Music app to set up your speaker or soundbar step by step. Then use the app to easily browse through all your music in one place, seamlessly jump between stations, playlists, and services, and keep your speaker or soundbar’s software up to date. The Bose Music app also lets you group any Bose smart speakers or soundbars you’ve got for a seamless audio experience throughout your home. Listen to different songs in different rooms, or one song in every room at the same time and get everyone singing along.

Play popular music services like Spotify®, Amazon Music, and Deezer on your Bose smart speaker or soundbar over Wi-Fi. Or use Bluetooth® to listen to anything your mobile phone or tablet can play. Apple users can also use Apple AirPlay 2 to play audio from their devices, too.

Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn
Deezer, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM

The Bose smart speaker family includes the Home Speaker 300, the Portable Smart Speaker, the Smart Speaker 500, the Smart Soundbar 300, and the Smart Soundbar 700. Start with one speaker or soundbar and add more anytime — we bet it won’t be long before one just won’t be enough.

A smartphone shown with the Bose Portable Smart Speaker, Bose Smart Speaker 500, Bose Home Speaker 300, Bose Smart Soundbar 300, and Bose Smart Soundbar 700

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Best Bose speakers 2021: portable, multi-room, wireless

Best Bose speakers Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi?'s round-up of the best Bose speakers you can buy in 2021.

The best Bose speakers are serious pound-for-pound performers. You get a premium build quality, intuitive controls and some bold, expressive audio. Even the small ones tend to impress.

In the past, we've criticised Bose's lack of support for hi-res audio files, but the latest models now support the likes of FLAC and WAV. Some models even support Amazon Alexa voice commands and music services like Spotify and Deezer too.

If you're looking to create a wireless multi-room system, the SoundTouch range is Bose's answer to a Sonos set-up. It's comprised of three speaker sizes – 10, 20 and 30 – that can be linked together to create room-filling sound. 

The Bose speaker range covers a range of prices at the more affordable end of the market but, generally, the more you spend, the more powerful and dynamic the sound. 

1. Bose SoundLink Revolve

Splashproof Bluetooth speaker with 360-degree sound.


Wireless: Bluetooth

Battery life: 12 hours

Connections: 3.5mm headphone jack, Micro USB

Dimensions (HWD): 152 x 82 x 82mm

Weight: 0.66kg

Reasons to buy

+Omnidirectional delivery+Solid, punchy sound+Portable and feature-packed

Reasons to avoid

-Rivals offer more detail-Not especially rugged-Pricey

This multi-talented speaker gave us goosebumps with its bright, bold dynamic sound and refined performance. IPX4 water-resistant, it boasts a superb 12-hour battery, making it ideal an outdoor speaker. 

Bose has managed to extract huge performance from its cylindrical design, which pumps out 360-degree sound in an effort to eliminate sweet spots. The clever design even includes a pressure trap to reduce distortion.

It comes with a raft of features, including a dedicated button that allows you to tap into your phone's voice assistant (even if your phone is in another room). If you're looking for the best portable Bose speaker, grab one of these. 

Read the full review: Bose SoundLink Revolve

2. Bose SoundTouch 10

Affordable multi-room starter speaker.


Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Battery life: Mains only

Connections: 3.5mm aux input

Dimensions (HWD): 21.2 x 14.1 x 8.7cm

Weight: 1.87kg

Reasons to buy

+Smart, compact design+Big, clear sound+Abundance of features+Multi-room

Reasons to avoid

-Slightly coarse treble-Midrange hardens up at high volume-App lacks some features

This might be the smallest and most affordable speaker in Bose's multi-room range, but we think it's also the best. Considering that it's the size of a carton of juice, the detailed, spacious sound - underpinned by deep, rich bass - is pretty darn impressive.

Bose has done a decent job of simplifying its user interface, so grouping this speaker with others in the SoundTouch collection is a cinch. There's support for Spotify Connect and Deezer, plus you can stream FLAC files from your favourite device. 

Fan of Tidal? Unfortunately that's not supported. If that's not a deal-breaker, the SoundTouch 10 is an is an excellent standalone speaker that can be spun out into a multi-room system. 

Read the full review: Bose SoundTouch 10

3. Bose SoundLink Mini II

Palm-sized Bluetooth speaker that wows with weighty bass.


Wireless: Bluetooth

Battery life: 10hr

Connections: 3.5mm aux input, Micro-B USB

Dimensions (HWD): 5.1 x 18 x 5.8cm

Weight: 0.68kg

Reasons to buy

+Full-bodied sound+Weighty bass+Portable

Reasons to avoid

-Lows Lack precision and agility

This diminutive speaker is just 5.1cm high, but you'll get a shock when you pick it up: it feels more like concrete than aluminium. The advantage of the stout build is that it translates into hefty bass that belies the size of this tiny Bluetooth speaker. 

The sound is warm, natural and expressive – without slipping into boombox territory – and the design is sleek. Buttons are kept to a bare minimum: power, volume and Bluetooth pairing (it remembers the last eight devices paired, making it a welcome guests at playlist parties).

The one area where this speaker doesn't quite hit the mark is the bass, which could be tighter. That said, this impressive, picnic-friendly speaker is plenty loud enough for a bedside table or a dinner party.

Read the full review: Bose SoundLink Mini II

4. Bose SoundTouch 30 series III

The most powerful SoundTouch multi-room speaker.


Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Battery life: Mains power only

Connections: 3.5mm aux input

Dimensions (HWD): 24.6 x 43.5 x 18cm

Weight: 8.4kg

Reasons to buy

+Powerful, spacious presentation+Good sense of timing+Decent low-end authority

Reasons to avoid

-Coarse treble -Hardness at high volume-Control app is slight disappointment 

The 'big daddy' of the SoundTouch speakers is undeniably chunky, but impresses with it's dynamic sonic ability. Bass is punchy and Bose's 'Waveguide' technology does a great job optimising the performance of the drivers, creating a big, room-filling sound. 

It's designed to be used as part of a Bose multi-room system, so pairing is simple and intuitive, and there's plenty of streaming support including Spotify Connect and Amazon Music. Bose has also added support for Amazon Alexa voice commands.

Compared to a Sonos system, you might find Bose's control app a bit fiddly but this is a well-equipped and accomplished wireless speaker. 

Read the full review: Bose SoundTouch 30 series III

5. Bose SoundTouch 20 Series III

Solid, mid-sized multi-room speaker.


Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Battery life: Mains power only

Connections: 3.5mm aux input

Dimensions (HWD): 18.8 x 31.5 x 10.4cm

Weight: 3.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Good detail and dynamics+Intuitive app+Multi-room potential+Impressive scale

Reasons to avoid

-No hi-res support-Needs more services-Overbearing bass

Pitched between the smaller SoundTouch 10, and bigger SoundTouch 30, this compact offering delivers solid, insightful midrange performance. It's not shy when it comes to bass, either. Great if you're throwing a wild house party; perhaps not great if you're casually listening to Simon & Garfunkel. 

Like it's two cousins, the SoundTouch 20 series III is compatible with a decent range of streaming services including Spotify Connect, Deezer and Amazon Music. Controls are simple, with six presets offering convenient, one-touch access to your favourite music. 

There are better standalone Bluetooth speakers, but if you have your heart set on a Bose multi-room system, the SoundTouch 20 represents good value for money.   

Read the full review: Bose SoundTouch 20 Series III

6. Bose Home Speaker 300

Good sized smart speaker with big, weighty sound.


Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

Battery life: Mains only

Connections: Aux-in

Dimensions (HWD): 160 x 142 x 102mm

Weight: 0.9kg

Reasons to buy

+Big, weighty sound+Goes loud without hardening+Google Assistant and Alexa

Reasons to avoid

-Poor detail-Timing is underwhelming-Lack of dynamic range-Cluttered and confused

Not the best for a classic, quality, hi-fi-type sound but the Bose Home Speaker 300 will certainly add some beef to your listening. Part of the wider Bose smart speaker family, it's voice-enabled through both Alexa and Google Assistant and can be used as a unit of a Bose multi-room set-up too. It also supports AirPlay 2.

Sound-wise, you're looking at a mono system here through a single, full-range driver which fires downwards into an acoustic deflector to spread sound 360 degrees from its ovular chassis. It definitely gives an even and impressively weighty performance that will please many but, if you're after something sonically more refined, this may not be the smart speaker for you.

Read the full review:Bose Home Speaker 300

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