Harman has launched the JBL Go 3 Eco speaker model in Brazil. The Bluetooth device is made of 90% recycled plastic in its mechanical structure, in addition to 100% recycled fabric in its lining. and uses biodegradable soy ink for packaging with FSC certified paper.

The speaker promises the same performance as the others, JBL Pro Sound. Compact, it is also dust and water resistant and has an IP67 rating.

The JBL Go 3 Eco is part of the manufacturer’s commitment to reduce its carbon footprint by 30% by 2025. JBL wants to achieve neutrality by 2040It reduces the amount of raw plastic used and the total amount of carbon in vehicles.

The product, which meets with consumers in two color options, forest green and ocean blue, is the most compact product in its category with its dimensions of 87.5 x 75 x 41.3 mm and a weight of just over 200 grams. Recharging, which takes 2 hours and 30 minutes, guarantees up to 5 hours of reproduction. The connection is Bluetooth 5.1 and can be connected to mobile phones, tablets and other compatible devices.

JBL Go 3 Eco is now available for purchase on the brand’s official website. It sells for $299. Boleto payments are discounted and cost R$269.10.

Source: Tec Mundo

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