Behind every successful, ridiculously sweaty workout is a pump-up playlist encouraging you to take your exercise to the next level. So, whether you’re clocking in laps at your local track or want some peace and quiet during your at-home work day, you’ll want to have a solid pair of sweat-wicking, noise-cancelling earbuds nearby.
As luck would have it, Amazon has taken a whopping 40 percent (that’s $100!) off Beats’ Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds ($150, Amazon). That’s the cheapest the bestselling earbuds have ever been. Made in partnership with rapper-slash-ultra-cool-entrepreneur Dr. Dre, Beats is known for making headphones that deliver on both style and sound quality.
Naturally, the Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds are no exception—and they make a really special gift during this time of year. With over 50,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, trust that these will earn you serious brownie points with the loved ones on your holiday shopping list.
But the good news doesn’t end with the sleek design and sound. Thanks to the wireless, Bluetooth-enabled earbuds having a nine-hour battery life, you won’t have to worry about them losing juice, plus these earbuds are sweat- and water-resistant, so they’ll hold up no matter how hard you go at your next Peloton class. The experts at Beats even designed the comfy silicone hooks to have the most snug, secure fit possible—yup, that means no more fiddling with your earbuds falling out.
Normally, the Beats Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds costs $250. Now that they’re $100 off, you’ll want to snag them ASAP. Plus, the deals don’t end there. Beats’ Wireless On-Ear headphones ($100, Amazon) are also $100 off right now. Or, maybe you’re really on a budget—the Beats Flex Earbuds ($50, Amazon) are 30 percent off today, too.
If you’re on the hunt for a brand new pair for yourself or need a gift, it’s not going to get better than this. A pre-holiday miracle? I certainly think so.
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