BeoPlay announce autumn-inspired AW17 colour collection

Four seasonal colour hues reflecting the time of year

At Short Motivation, you’ll often see the BeoPlay products featured across our social media. It’s a brand where, on the whole, you know you’ll receive value-for-money from your purchase. Quality, craftsmanship and heritage are three phrases which spring to mind when describing a BeoPlay product.

The P2 in “Umber” which is an interesting brown/red hue

We’re lucky to own a few devices. Difficult to pinpoint a favourite, but if you’re seeking a powerful room speaker, then save up and seriously consider the A9. Powerful is an understatement. If you want a speaker you can move around the home, the BeoLit 17 would be our recommendation. If you need a portable speaker for a picnic or to take on vacation, then the new P2 is surprisingly powerful for its size. We like and use the on-ear H8 headphones and the H5 earphones are used at the gym.

Every 6 months, BeoPlay announce a new colour collection to add some variance to the current range. Although it’s August, manufacturers are thinking of the cooler months and BeoPlay is no exception, announcing their AW17 colour collection which will be available to order from 28 August.

Take a closer look at the AW17 launch video below for more inspiration.

What’s coming with AW17? New colours, not new products. First up is a colour referred to as “Vapor” which is a shade of mid-grey, available with the H5 earphones and H4 over-ear headphones. There’s a new Lilac colour but limited to the P2 portable speaker. “Umber” is a shade of brown, available for the A1 speaker and P2. Violet is available exclusively for the H4 headphones.

All the new colours ship from 28 August and you can head to the BeoPlay website right now for more information.


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The co-founder of Short Motivation, Chris originates from a technology background, initially developing software and then migrating to the international magazine industry for the last 15 years. The idea for Short Motivation came from travelling through 2011 and eventually became reality six years later, in 2017.