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Sonos Move Speaker Review

Tested using Methodology v0.8
Updated Nov 30, 2021 at 03:40 pm
Sonos Move Picture
7.0
Music
6.5
Videos/Movies
8.1
Podcasts
8.6
Voice Assistant
7.7
Outdoors
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Bluetooth
Yes
Wi-Fi
Yes
Speakerphone
No
Voice Assistant
Yes
Battery Powered
Yes

The Sonos Move is a good all-around portable speaker that has a well-balanced sound profile with its Trueplay room correction feature enabled, making it suitable for a wide variety of audio content. It supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, it's very well-built, and has a handle for one-hand carrying wherever you go. Also, its voice assistant performance is quite impressive and works at a great distance. Unfortunately, Truplay is only available with iOS devices, which may disappoint some Android users. Its soundstage also isn't very immersive due to its mono design. That said, its directivity is still good for a non-360-degree speaker, so your audio sounds clear from most angles.

Our Verdict

7.0 Music

The Sonos Move is decent for music. With its Trueplay room correction feature turned on, its sound profile is very well-balanced, making it suitable for listening to lots of different types of music. Unfortunately, there's a lot of compression present in the bass range at max volume that can affect the quality of your music. It also requires two units to play stereo audio and downmixes stereo content to mono when using it on its own, which isn't as immersive. That said, for a non-360-degree speaker, its directivity is pretty impressive, so your audio sounds clear from most angles.

Pros
  • One-hand carry.
  • Good directivity.
Cons
  • Bass compression at max volume.
  • No real EQ, only bass and treble adjustment sliders.
6.5 Videos/Movies

The Sonos Move is just okay for watching video content. With its Trueplay room correction feature enabled, it has a well-balanced sound profile, but won't be ideal if you listen to videos via Bluetooth due to its latency. Also, it downmixes stereo content to mono when using it on its own, which isn't very immersive. On the upside, AirPlay users shouldn't notice any delay, which is good.

Pros
  • Good directivity.
  • Low Apple AirPlay latency.
Cons
  • Bass compression at max volume.
  • High Bluetooth latency.
8.1 Podcasts

The Sonos Move is great for podcasts. With its Trueplay feature enabled, it has a well-balanced sound profile especially in the mid-range, which makes voices sound clear and present in the mix. You can easily stream content to it via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and you can even make your content play on multiple Sonos Move speakers at the same time throughout your home via your network.

Pros
  • Great wireless connectivity options.
  • One-hand carry.
  • Good directivity.
Cons
  • Bass compression at max volume.
  • No real EQ, only bass and treble adjustment sliders.
8.6 Voice Assistant

The Sonos Move is an excellent voice assistant speaker. It can capture your voice from fairly far and understand you. It has both Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. You'll need to be connected via Wi-Fi as the voice assistants don't work via Bluetooth, unfortunately. For those who have a privacy concern, you can easily mute the microphone so that it doesn't always listen to you.

Pros
  • Great wireless connectivity options.
  • Great voice assistant distance performance.
  • Good directivity.
Cons
  • Bass compression at max volume.
  • No real EQ, only bass and treble adjustment sliders.
7.7 Outdoors

The Sonos Move is good for outdoor use. It's well-built with an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, so you don't need to worry about it getting a bit dirty or wet when taking it outdoors with you. Its battery lasted over 10 hours in our tests, making it suitable for long listening sessions spent outdoors, though this can vary depending on your usage. It can be paired to up to two devices at once, which is handy when you need to quickly switch between audio sources. Its Bluetooth range is also very good, so your paired device stays connected even if it's far away from the speaker.

Pros
  • Solid build quality.
  • Great wireless connectivity options.
  • One-hand carry.
  • Good directivity.
Cons
  • Bass compression at max volume.
  • No real EQ, only bass and treble adjustment sliders.
  • 7.0 Music
  • 6.5 Videos/Movies
  • 8.1 Podcasts
  • 8.6 Voice Assistant
  • 7.7 Outdoors
  1. Updated Dec 15, 2020: Review published.
  2. Updated Dec 15, 2020: Early access published.

Test Results

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Design
Design
Style
RGB Lights No

The Sonos Move has a very sleek and simplistic design. It should blend in with any decor and doesn't stand out much. The speaker can rest on its small base or be moved around easily. If you're looking for a Sonos speaker that can blend in even better with most home decor, check out the IKEA SYMFONISK Speaker lamp.

9.1
Design
Portability
Volume
295 in³ (4,838 cm³)
Weight
6.6 lbs (3.0 kg)
Power Source
AC & Battery
One-Hand Carry
Yes

The Sonos Move, like its name indicates, is extremely portable. It isn't very big and can be used wirelessly with its built-in battery. There's also a hollow part at the back of the speaker that acts as a handle for one-hand carrying. If you're looking for a smaller Sonos speaker that's even easier to bring along with you when you're out and about, check out the Sonos Roam and the Sonos Roam SL.

8.2
Design
Build Quality
Material Quality
Good
Water Resistance
Waterproof (IPx6)
Dust Resistance
Dust-Protected (IP5x)
Impact Resistance
Yes (IK rating unspecified)
Floats In Water
Unspecified

The Sonos Move's build quality is great. It feels pretty solid, though the plastic on its top may feel a bit cheaper than the rest of its build. Its drivers are protected by a metal grille, and it's rated IP56 for dust and water resistance, meaning it's certified to be protected against direct contact with water for up to three minutes and dust for around two to eight hours.

8.0
Design
Controls
Ease Of Use
Great
Feedback
Great
Music Play/Pause
Yes (Tactile)
Call Answer/End
No
Volume Up/Down
Yes (Tactile)
Track Next/Previous
Yes (Tactile)
Microphone On/Off
Yes (Tactile)
Additional Controls
Yes

The Sonos Move's control scheme is very straightforward. The four-dotted touch-sensitive buttons can be tapped for volume control or swiped to skip tracks. You can also mute the microphone, and it has a dedicated play/pause button. Also, it features physical buttons to switch between Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections and power the speaker on and off.

Design
In The Box

  • Sonos Move speaker
  • Charging base station
  • Cloth pouch
  • User manual

Sound
7.5
Sound
Frequency Response Accuracy
Slope
-0.17
Std. Err.
2.11 dB
Low-Frequency Extension
49.0 Hz
High-Frequency Extension
18.5 kHz

It has a good frequency response accuracy. Its sound profile is very well-balanced, making it suitable for listening to a wide variety of audio content. Its balanced mid-range ensures vocals and lead instruments are reproduced clearly and with detail. That said, it doesn't produce a very extended low-bass, so you can't feel the deep thump and rumble typically present in bass-heavy music like EDM. Fortunately, there are bass and treble adjustments in its companion app to tweak its sound.

Note: There's a Trueplay room correction feature that automatically adjusts the speaker's sound according to the acoustics of the room it's placed in, though it's currently only available with iOS products. Our sound tests were conducted with this feature enabled.

Sound
Raw Frequency Response
Binaural Recording @ 1m
Binaural Recording @ 2m
6.2
Sound
Soundstage
Directivity Index
3.36 dB
Stereo
No (mono)

Its soundstage is mediocre, which is expected since it's a mono speaker. On the upside, the directivity is quite impressive for a speaker that isn't 360 degrees. For a speaker with a fantastic soundstage that can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono check out the Sony SRS-RA3000.

6.3
Sound
Dynamics
SPL @ Max Volume
92.1 dB SPL
DRC @ Max Volume
4.27 dB

The Sonos Move's dynamics performance is just okay. It can get much louder than the Bose SoundLink Micro and the Sony SRS-XB33, which is nice if you need to play content in a large or crowded room. Unfortunately, when at max volume, there are a lot of compression artifacts in the bass range.

Active Features
8.6
Active Features
Battery
Battery Life
10.1 hrs
Charge Time
1.5 hrs
Power Saving
Yes
Charging Port
USB-C

The Sonos Move's battery performance is excellent. We've measured around 10 hours of continuous playback when used wirelessly, though battery performance can also vary depending on your usage, and your real-world experience may differ. You can either use the charging dock or a typical USB-C connector for recharging, although there's no cable included. It goes into sleep mode after being idle for a while, or you can force the sleep mode with a single press of the power button. The manufacturer also sells replacement battery kits for this speaker should its original battery wear out.

9.1
Active Features
Voice Assistant
Alexa
Built-in (Wi-Fi Only)
Google Assistant
Built-in (Wi-Fi Only)
Siri
No
Voice Activation
Yes
Microphone Mute
Yes
Far-Field Performance
Excellent
Ambient Noise Performance
Decent

The Sonos Move's voice assistant functionalities are amazing. It has both Alexa and Google Assistant built-in, and it has no trouble understanding you at a great distance. You'll need to be connected via Wi-Fi, as the voice assistants don't work via Bluetooth. On the upside, if you don't like knowing that the speaker's always listening, you can easily turn off the microphone with the press of a single button. However, its ambient noise performance isn't as impressive as the Amazon Echo Dot Gen 4 or the Amazon Echo Gen 4, so it may have some trouble understanding your commands if you're in a noisy setting.

9.3
Active Features
App
App Name
Sonos S2
iOS
Yes
Android
Yes
EQ
Bass/Treble
Stereo Pair Mode
Yes
Party Mode
Yes
Multi-Room
Yes

The Sonos Move's Sonos S2 app is fantastic. There are bass and treble sliders you can use to tweak the speaker's sound to your liking. You can use the app to pair this speaker to another compatible speaker to create a stereo pair. There's also a multi-room feature you can use to listen to different audio in different rooms of your home at the same time. Unfortunately, it lacks more robust sound customization features like a graphic EQ. Its Trueplay room correction feature is also only available with iOS products, which may disappoint some Android users.

Connectivity
Connectivity
Wired
Aux Input
No
USB Audio
No
Other Ports
Yes

The Sonos Move only has a USB-C port for charging the speaker, and there aren't any AUX or USB Audio ports you can use to wire older devices to the speaker.

7.4
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Version
Unspecified
Bluetooth iOS Latency
272 ms
Bluetooth Android Latency
260 ms
Bluetooth Range
334.6 ft (102.0 m)
Multi-Device Pairing
2 Devices

This Bluetooth-enabled speaker has an excellent range, but it won't be suitable for playing videos as its latency is too high. Some apps compensate for this, so your experience may vary. On the upside, it features multi-device pairing, which is great if you often find yourself wanting to play audio from different sources.

8.1
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Version
Wi-Fi 4
Wi-Fi Frequency Band
2.4GHz & 5GHz
Apple AirPlay
Yes
AirPlay Latency
43 ms
Google Chromecast
No
Chromecast Latency
N/A

The Sonos Move is Wi-Fi compatible and allows for an easy multi-room setup. Just like the Sonos One SL, it features very low latency via AirPlay, but unfortunately, it doesn't have Chromecast built-in.

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

We reviewed the black variant of the Sonos Move, but it's also available in white. We expect our test results to be valid for both color variants.

If you find another variant of the Sonos Move, let us know in the discussions, and we'll update our review.

Compared To Other Speakers

The Sonos Move is a fairly versatile and sleek-looking portable speaker. With its Trueplay room correction feature enabled, it has a very well-balanced sound profile and is suitable for a wide variety of music genres. It feels very well-built and premium, which is nice if you want to bring it outdoors. Also, while it might not be able to deliver a stereo output, its directivity is still quite impressive compared to other mono speakers.

See also our recommendations for the best Bluetooth speakers, the best smart speakers, and the best home speakers.

Sonos Roam

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sonos Roam. The Move can get louder, and it has a more extended low-bass. It also has a longer battery life, though this can vary slightly depending on usage. However, the Roam has a smaller and more portable design, which some users may prefer.

Sonos One Gen 2

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sonos One Gen 2 overall. The Move is battery-powered and has a handle built into it making it more portable. It's rated IP56 for dust and water resistance, so you can take it outdoors with you without needing to worry about it getting a bit wet. It can produce a more extended low-bass than the One Gen 2 and can get louder. It's also Bluetooth-enabled and can be paired to up to two devices at once, which can come in handy if you need to quickly switch between audio sources.

Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Ultimate Ears HYPERBOOM overall. The Sonos is more portable and better built. It can produce deeper bass than the Ultimate Ears and has both Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. That said, the Ultimate Ears can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono. It can also get louder than the Sonos, with fewer compression artifacts at max volume.

Sonos Five

The Sonos Move and the Sonos Five have different strengths. The Move is better suited for outdoor use as it's battery-powered and has an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, although we don't currently test for this. It also has outstanding voice assistant capabilities, and you can wirelessly stream audio to the device using Bluetooth. However, the Five is better suited for music as it can produce more low-bass, and it can be used in stereo or mono mode, depending on how it's placed.

JBL Xtreme 3

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the JBL Xtreme 3. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile, has built-in voice assistant support for Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can tweak its sound using the bass/treble adjustment sliders on its companion app. It also supports Wi-Fi, and you can pair it with up to two devices at a time. However, the JBL has lower Bluetooth latency on iOS and Android.

Bose Portable Smart Speaker

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Bose Portable Smart Speaker overall. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile than that of the Bose. It's also better built with an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, though we don't test for this. It also has a longer-lasting battery life, though battery performance can vary depending on usage, and your experience may vary. That said, the Bose is smaller and more portable than the Sonos. It also has much better directivity, resulting in a wider and more open sounding soundstage.

Bose Home Speaker 500

The Sonos Move is a slightly better speaker than the Bose Home Speaker 500 overall. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile that can produce a more extended low-bass than that of the Bose. It's also battery-powered, making it easier to take outdoors with you. Additionally, it's better built with an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, though we don't test for this. That said, the Bose offers a wider-sounding soundstage thanks to its 360-degree design and can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono which is more immersive. 

JBL Charge 5

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the JBL Charge 5 overall. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile that can produce a more extended low-bass than the JBL. Its sound profile is more customizable, thanks to the bass and treble adjustments featured on its companion app. It even offers outstanding voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. That said, the JBL is smaller than the Sonos, making it easier to transport with you when you're on the go.

Sonos One SL

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sonos One SL. The Move is battery-powered and has a built-in carrying handle, making it more portable. It can get louder and has better directivity so its soundstage may be perceived as more open and spacious. It also offers fantastic voice assistant support with Google Assistant and Alexa built-in, and can understand your commands from far away and in noisy environments.

JBL Boombox 2

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the JBL Boombox 2. The Sonos offers a somewhat wider-sounding soundstage, as well as incredible voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. Its sound is also more customizable thanks to the bass and treble adjustments featured in its companion app. That said, the JBL can get a bit louder with less compression at max volume, resulting in cleaner audio at louder volumes. It can also last up to almost 24 hours from a single charge, though this can depend on your usage and your experience may differ.

Apple HomePod

The Sonos Move is a better speaker for most uses than the Apple HomePod. The Sonos is better built, and its portable design makes it suitable for outdoor use. Its sound profile is more neutral, and it has bass and treble adjustments to help you customize its sound. Also, there's a mic mute button for its voice assistant. However, the Apple has a better soundstage, and its voice assistant understands your voice better in noisier environments. That said, it has been discontinued and may be harder to find in new condition.

Amazon Echo Studio

The Sonos Move is a slightly better speaker than the Amazon Echo Studio overall. The Sonos has a sound profile that can produce a more extended low-bass than that of the Amazon. It's also battery-powered, is better-built, and has a built-in carrying handle making it more portable and better suited to use outdoors. That said the Amazon has less compression present at max volume, resulting in cleaner audio at louder volumes. It also has a Zigbee hub built-in, which allows you to connect it to compatible smart home devices like light bulbs or thermostats, and control them using Alexa.

JBL Flip 5

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the JBL Flip 5 overall. The Sonos offers a better-balanced sound profile that can produce a more extended low-bass than the JBL. It also comes with bass and treble adjustments to tweak its sound to your liking. It offers outstanding voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in and is Wi-Fi compatible. That said, the JBL is smaller, making it more portable and easier to bring along with you when you're out and about.

Bang & Olufsen Beolit 20

The Sonos Move is a more versatile speaker than the Bang & Olufsen Beolit 20. The Sonos offers fantastic voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. It's better built with an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance. It also has a longer-lasting battery life, making it better suited for longer listening sessions. The Bang & Olufsen can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono, resulting in a more immersive-sounding soundstage. It can also produce a slightly more extended low-bass.

Google Nest Audio

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Google Nest Audio. The Sonos is better built, and its portable design makes it suitable to use outdoors. Also, its default sound profile is more neutral and balanced, though both speakers come with bass and treble adjustments.

Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3 overall. The Sonos can get louder and has a better-balanced sound profile out-of-the-box that can produce a deeper low-bass than the Ultimate Ears. It also offers fantastic voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in and can understand your commands from far and in noisy environments. The Ultimate Ears can play stereo content without downmixing it to mono which is more immersive. Thanks to its 360-degree design, it also has a more natural-sounding soundstage.

Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Bose SoundLink Revolve+ II. The Sonos can produce a deeper bass than the Bose and is more customizable thanks to the bass and treble adjustments featured in its companion app. It also offers outstanding voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in, and can understand you from far and in noisier settings. However, the Bose has better directivity, resulting in a wider-sounding soundstage. It also has lower latency with iOS and Android devices via Bluetooth, making it suitable for watching videos and movies over this connection. 

Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 2

Depending on your listening habits, you may prefer either the Sonos Move or the Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM 2. The Sonos can produce a more extended low-bass and can get louder. It also offers incredible voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. That said, the Ultimate Ears is smaller, and better-built, making it more portable and better suited for outdoor use. It can also play stereo content without downmixing it to mono and has a more natural-sounding soundstage thanks to its 360-degree design.

Sonos Roam SL

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sonos Roam SL. With its room correction feature turned on, it can get louder and offers a better-balanced sound profile that can produce a more extended low-bass than the Roam SL. It also offers fantastic voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in and has a longer-lasting battery life making it better suited for long listening sessions. The Roam SL is smaller and easier to bring along with you on the go. It also has lower Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay latency and has less compression present at max volume, resulting in cleaner audio at louder volumes.

Sony SRS-RA3000

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sony SRS-RA3000. The Move is better built, with an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, though we don't test this. It's battery-powered, so you can take it outdoors with you without needing to plug it into an outlet. It also offers outstanding voice assistant support. That said, the SRS-RA3000's sound is more customizable. It can also play stereo content without downmixing it to mono, resulting in a more immersive soundstage.

Sony SRS-XB33

The Sonos Move is a better overall speaker than the Sony SRS-XB33. The Sonos has a more balanced sound profile, supports built-in voice assistants, and has a better companion app. You can also wirelessly stream audio to it via Wi-Fi. However, the Sony feels a bit better-built, its companion app offers a basic graphic EQ, and it has lower Bluetooth latency on iOS and Android.

Amazon Echo Gen 4

The Sonos Move is a better speaker overall than the Amazon Echo Gen 4. The Sonos is better built, and because it can be battery-operated, it's suitable to use outdoors. Also, its default sound profile is better-balanced, and it can get louder. However, the Amazon is a bit better for voice assistants, as it can understand your voice commands better in noisy environments.

IKEA SYMFONISK Bookshelf

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the IKEA SYMFONISK Bookshelf. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile and a wider-sounding soundstage. You can also use it to stream your audio over a Bluetooth connection, and it offers outstanding voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. It's also outstandingly portable. That said, the IKEA has fewer compression artifacts present at max volume, and it has lower latency over Apple AirPlay than the Sonos. 

JBL PartyBox 100

The Sonos Move is a better speaker for most uses than the JBL PartyBox 100. The Sonos is better built and has a more portable, lightweight design. Also, it's compatible with voice assistants, and it has bass and treble adjustments so you can customize its sound. That said, the JBL is better for music, thanks to its better soundstage and the fact that it gets louder.

Sony SRS-RA5000

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Sony SRS-RA5000 overall. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile that can produce deeper bass than that of the Sony. It's also smaller and is battery-powered, making it more portable than the Sony. Additionally, it offers outstanding voice assistant support, with Google Assistant and Alexa built-in. The Sony supports '360 Reality Audio' content and has an 'Immersive Audio enhancement' feature to enhance the speaker's soundstage, though we didn't test these. It's also more customizable thanks to the graphic EQ and presets available on its companion app.

Yamaha MusicCast 50

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the Yamaha MusicCast 50 overall. The Sonos has a better-balanced sound profile that can produce deeper bass than that of the Yamaha. It's also battery-powered and is rated IP56 for dust and water resistance though we don't test for this, making it more portable than the Yamaha. Also, it offers outstanding voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. That said, the Yamaha can get louder with less compression at max volume, resulting in cleaner-sounding audio at louder volume levels. It's also more customizable, thanks to the graphic EQ and presets featured on its companion app.

IKEA SYMFONISK Speaker lamp

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the IKEA SYMFONISK Speaker lamp. The Move is a portable speaker that's both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi-compatible. It has a better-balanced sound profile and can get louder with a bit less compression at max volume, so audio quality doesn't degrade as much as you increase its volume. It's battery-powered and better-built, so you can take it outdoors with you. It also offers fantastic voice assistant support with Alexa and Google Assistant built-in. That said, the SYMFONISK is a collaboration between IKEA and Sonos that has a dual function as a Wi-Fi speaker and a lamp.

Amazon Echo Dot Gen 4

The Sonos Move is a more versatile speaker than the Amazon Echo Dot Gen 4. The Sonos can be battery-operated, so it's portable enough to use outside. It has an IP56 rating for dust and water resistance, so you don't need to worry about it getting a bit dirty or wet when taking it outdoors with you. It also has a better-balanced sound profile out-of-the-box, and it can get louder. However, the Amazon is a bit better for voice assistants thanks to its ambient noise performance, which helps the voice assistant understand your commands more clearly in noisy environments.

OontZ Angle 3

The Sonos Move is a better speaker than the OontZ Angle 3. The Sonos is better-built, with a more even sound profile that can produce thumpier low-bass. It also supports Wi-Fi as well as voice assistants and has an app with bass and treble adjustments so you can tweak its sound to better suit your needs. However, the OontZ has a longer-lasting battery life and while it doesn't get as loud as the Sonos, it has fewer compression artifacts at max volume.

Theater Solutions B83GR

The Sonos Move is a significantly better speaker than the Theater Solutions B83GR. Though we don't test for this, it's rated IP56 for dust and water resistance. It's more portable, better-built, has a built-in voice assistant, and can support Wi-Fi. It also has a longer battery life, a room customization feature, and a significantly more balanced sound profile with treble and bass adjustment features. That said, the B83GR may be a better option for those looking for a louder speaker that blends better with various outdoor landscapes.

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