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ULTIMATE EARS Boom 1 Wireless Speaker review, and price dilemma

With only a few more shopping days left until Christmas, people will be going mad trying to find those last minute deals to bag a bargain to get that ideal gift. The likes of Currys know this and each day this month have been offering a Deal of the Day, and today is no exception because they have the ULTIMATE EARS Boom 1 Wireless Speaker in Indigo. There is however a dilemma because the UK electronics store currently has no review on this speaker, yet they do for the UE Boom 2.

We know that people will want to hunt down UE Boom 1 Wireless Speaker reviews to see if it is worth choosing this over the second edition. However, today’s incentive is sure to persuade you, and that is its new sale price, which goes from £119.99 to £59.99 – although all is not as it seems.


The thing is, you would think that the ULTIMATE EARS Boom 2 Wireless Portable Speaker would cost more than the first generation model, but this is where Currys tries to confuse you and convince that you are getting a great deal.

What are we going on about? The thing is, the current price for the UE Boom 2 is £84.99, although Currys say that the normal price is £109.99 – but how can the newer model cost less than the usual selling price as the 1st-gen model?

The thing is, Currys is not the only retailer to do this, as many of them try to confuse you and trick you into thinking you are getting a better deal than you are actually getting.

Going back to the review, while Currys does not have a review of the Boom 1, we have come across this review in the hope it helps you come to the right decision.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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