JBL now allows you to personalize some of its products

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Each device is different in its personalization but for the most part, you can change the colors, add patterns, add logos, and add text to most of these devices.

There have been plenty of people asking brands to let them personalize their products and a few have done just that. The latest to join the personalize your device space is JBL. The company has quietly rolled out this new feature on its website which allows you to personalize a handful of JBL devices.

Each device is different in its personalization but for the most part, you can change the colors, add patterns, add logos, and add text to most of these devices. Currently, you can make the following devices into your very own creation:

  • Flip 5 Bluetooth speaker ($149.95)
  • GO 2 Bluetooth speaker ($49.95) 
  • Clip 3 Bluetooth speaker($79.95)
  • LIVE 400BT headphones ($124.95)
  • LIVE 500BT headphones ($174.95)
  • LIVE 650BTNC headphones ($224.95)

JBL says after using the tool and ordering your personalized speaker or headphones, it will take 5-7 business days to get to your door. That’s not a bad turnaround time at all.

We’ve reviewed plenty of JBL products in the past and they make some fantastic gear and this is just a cool bonus in being able to make them look how you like. Of course, there aren’t infinite possibilities with this tool but it at least gives you some choices at adding some character to your device.

Something like this would also make a great gift for someone in your life that loves headphones and speakers. All you need to do is head to the company’s website and check out the online tool to get started. No word on if the company will add more devices to the list or not but the ones there are some of their most popular already.

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