KitSound Flair Review – Decent Sound for a Decent Price

The KitSound Flair enters the portable Bluetooth speaker market with a price tag that won’t break the bank. Aside from that, its compact nature assures you that it won’t take up too much space. For its price, it looks more of a retro radio than a wireless speaker. It is much thinner and more petite than pretty much every DAB radio on the market. In terms of sound performance, it is not one that can knock your socks off, but at its price, its already pretty decent.

KitSound Flair Review - Decent Sound for a Decent Price

The KitSound Flair Feels and Sounds Nice for its Price

Most people would prefer the normal, fat bar design that many portable Bluetooth speakers hold, but that’s not the case with the KitSound Flair. It has a more upright body and a style that leans towards the more retro side of things.

Others may think that it is a retro radio while there are some that might think of it as a lunchbox. Either way, it doesn’t look like a portable speaker right off the bat. It is available in an array of colors, which are red, gray, blue, and green. Even though KitSound produces a lot of budget-friendly products, the Flair Speaker is certainly right up anyone’s alley in terms of price and value.

It has a rough fabric material found on its front, and its body is covered in a soft-touch plastic. It does feel quite substantial as carrying it, or even just holding it, will immediately let you know that it is solidly built. The design is brought together by a thick rubber strap. With it, you can even fling the unit around carelessly (if you wish). Furthermore, even if it is made with a substantial height (as far as compact speakers go), it has a relatively slim architecture which means it will still fit into a bag without much hassle.

This particular Bluetooth speaker is made to be quite simple, but that comes to no surprise considering its price tag. It does not come with NFC or Bluetooth aptX support. Sound performance is good as vocals are clear and detailed. Speaking of the audio, the bass does seem a bit shy on this model.

Ultimately, the KitSound Flair is a great choice for anyone on a budget but still wants to get a hold of a portable Bluetooth speaker. It won’t hurt your wallet nor will it break banks. It is solidly built and has a pretty decent sound performance.

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