Grab a pair of high quality Sbode headphones for a dirt cheap price of just $9.99 instead of $23.99 for an extremely limited period of time.
Everyone likes to talk about AirPods when Bluetooth earphones are the subject of discussion, but the simple fact of the matter is that not everyone can, or wants to, spend $159 on something that funnels audio into their ears. If all they listen to is podcasts, we’d argue that something costly is a bit of a waste, too. In that case, a nice pair of inexpensive, good sounding earphones are the way to go and we think we know just the ones to suggest. The folks over at Sbode already offer great value with their $23.99 wireless earphones, but right now you can get them without spending even that much. How does $9.99 sound?
For your ten dollars you’ll get Bluetooth 4.1 CSR compatibility as well as water-resistance thanks to an IPX7 rating, making these earphones a great option for anyone who needs to be able to go running while it’s raining or simply perspires a fair bit when exercising. We’d argue that if you aren’t sweating then you’re perhaps not doing it properly, but that’s another discussion for another day!
With up to eight hours of music playback from a full charge and a quick charge that will see them go from empty to full in just 1.5 hours, these are a great option at the price point and might even be a good option at a higher one. There’s a microphone thrown in for when you need to make calls or issue Siri/Google Assistant commands, too. Act now though, this $9.99 price won’t last forever.
Buy: Sbode Wireless Earbuds Microphone, Richer Bass Hi-Quality Sound in-Ear Earphones w/Mic from Amazon: $9.99 with code NLIITXIW | Original price $23.99
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