Deals: Sonos Discounts First Gen Move Speaker to $299 ($100 Off)

Sonos has discounted the first generation Move speaker to $299 today on its website, down from $399. This is a rare price cut on the Sonos Move and an all-time low price for the Bluetooth speaker.

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This version of the Sonos Move supports AirPlay 2, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, an 11 hour battery life, voice and touch controls, and has IP56 water resistance. It's available in Lunar White and Shadow Black at this 25 percent discount.

Sonos appears to be clearing out inventory of the first generation Move speaker now that the Move 2 launched in September. The second generation speaker has a bigger $449 price tag and comes with more battery life at 24 hours and various external and internal upgrades.

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Top Rated Comments

aidler Avatar
27 weeks ago
For Sonos, that usually means they want to sell a few more devices before they drop support for them and make them unusable for everyone with a final update.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Venom0101 Avatar
27 weeks ago

Still $100 overpriced. Only mediocre speakers
There isn't really a good comparable product out there for a bluetooth speaker that also has wifi that accepts codecs that provide good quality music.

The Devialet's are too expensive and don't have a reliable app.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
e-coli Avatar
27 weeks ago
I have two of these and they’re INCREDIBLE. Can’t say enough good things.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Misterioso Avatar
27 weeks ago

Still $100 overpriced. Only mediocre speakers
something must be wrong with yours. Mine are outstanding. And much better bass performance than Apple HomePods.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
klasma Avatar
27 weeks ago
Good move.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
27 weeks ago

Isn't the first gen Sonos obsolete and no longer functional? Or am I confused in terms of which product this is?
There are some 1st gen products that are classified as legacy devices and no longer receive feature updates. But this 1st gen Move speaker is an S2 product and is still being supported.

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Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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