Designed for young children, the JBL Jr Pop is every bit as fun to use as it looks. The bluetooth speaker is quite small in size, but it is a worthwhile option to consider especially if you\u2019re looking for something that your pre-teens could use to enjoy their music. The portable speaker comes in a bunch of different colors, and is also made of good quality plastic material that is completely harmless to your young ones. If you\u2019re interested in getting your music loving kids something that they\u2019re bound to enjoy, carry on with the rest of this review and get to find out why this could be one of the best bluetooth speakers to go with.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - JBL Jr. Pop Speaker\r\nLet your kids grow their love for music by getting them the JBL Jr Pop speaker. This is an ultra portable bluetooth speaker that is loud enough to get them dancing and lasts a good 5 hours before it needs to get recharged.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe JBL Jr Pop bears a 3W mono speaker that belts out a respectable 70dB of sound at 75% volume. Past this point, things start getting slightly distorted, but not to an extent that any young one may complain. The speaker has a battery life that keeps it going for five hours, after which you\u2019ll have to charge it for 2 hours to get it ready for action again. This doesn\u2019t match up to the 20+ hours that you\u2019ll get with the jbl charge 4, but that\u2019s a good thing if you don\u2019t want to have your kids blasting loud music all through the day. It\u2019s 600mAh battery is powered through USB charging, and even though it comes with its very own USB cable, a third party cord will also work just fine in case the original one gets lost.\r\nDesign\r\nUnlike the oontz angle 3 bluetooth speaker, the JBL Jr Pop comes fitted with a built-in strap, which you can also choose to remove in case you feel like not having it hooked on to the speaker. Once you have the music playing, you can choose to have the speaker\u2019s flashing lights light up in rhythm with it, and you\u2019ll be treated to a fun color show that you can also choose to turn off if you don\u2019t like. Aside from the flashing lights, there\u2019s also a nice array of colors that you can choose to get the speaker in: there\u2019s Aqua Teal, Iris Purple, Rose Pink, Spider Red, Cool Blue and Froggy Green, more than enough fun colors for your kid to choose from.\r\nValue\r\nThe JBL Jr POP is fully waterproof, with an IPX7 rating that allows for it to be submerged in water for up to 30 minutes. Past that, it might start giving you problems that may reduce the quality of the sound. Bluetooth pairing is seamless, as the device is capable of remembering the last device it was previously paired with and automatically connects to it. As an added bonus, the speaker comes with stickers that the kids can use to customize it with, so that each speaker is unique to each child\u2019s taste. If you want a more mature option for your kid and don\u2019t mind spending the extra coin, check out the bose soundlink color ii bluetooth speaker.\r\nJBL Jr. Pop Speaker Wrap Up\r\nBeing the first of JBL\u2019s products that\u2019s meant for children, there are not as many other releases to compare it with. As a new buyer, all you have to go with is the reviews that other buyers have left, so make sure to read a lot of them so that you have a good idea of what to expect. If you're unlucky and end up with a faulty product, the team at JBL should be ready and willing to assist you courtesy of the 1 year warranty of the product.