Sleek, minimalist, and convenient, Apple's AirPods are a popular pick for those looking to upgrade to Bluetooth audio, but not everyone can afford the hefty $160 price tag. Whether you're on a budget or just want something a little different, we've rounded up four pieces of audio gear that make for convenient Bluetooth listening, and they're all on sale today. Read on for details:
1. Cresuer Touchwave True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
Some of us just want a pair of earbuds that won't dislodge from our ears when we're out and about. Ditching unnecessary buttons and bulk, the Touchwave earbuds are lightweight, comfortable, and even come with three different silicone ear tips to give you the perfect fit. What's more, the Touchwaves leverage CVC Noise Cancellation technology and total noise isolation from silicone ear tips to help you get the most from your music.
Buy now: $44.99 (55% off)
2. FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds
With a six-hour battery life and water-resistant design, FRESHeBUDS are the perfect pick for those who want Bluetooth gear they can count on. In addition to their durable design, these earbuds are also magnetic, automatically pairing when you pull them apart and shutting off when you stick them back together.
Buy now: $29.95 (75% off)
3. 1Voice Bluetooth 100% Wirefree Earbuds
Combining cutting-edge Bluetooth 4.2 tech with a completely wireless design, these earbuds deliver top-notch audio quality while eliminating the hassle of dealing with wires. They're ergonomically designed to sit comfortably in your ears, and each earbud contains a speaker, Bluetooth chip, battery, and mic, so they can work independently or paired.
Buy now: $32 (73% off)
4. TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones
The TREBLAB Z2s are best for those looking to enjoy their playlists free from outside distractions. They come engineered with Sound2.0™ technology with aptX and active noise-cancellation, allowing them to filter exterior noise while delivering crisp Bluetooth audio from their neodymium-backed 40mm speakers. Plus, these headphones are rated to last up to 35 hours, making them a great travel companion.
Buy now: $78.99 (69% off)
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