Black Friday is always a great time to pick up a bargain, but those bargains aren’t always something that you’ve been wanting to get your hands on for a while. That may be about to change, with two pairs of headphones currently available with suitable Black Friday discounts, and we wanted to make sure we shared them with you today.
Both of these headphones are wireless, so no need to worry about the trend of companies ditching the headphone jack, and they’re both great looking as far as headphones go. Let’s take a look at what’s available.
If there is one thing we would say about the Amazon listing for these headphones, it’s that it is very, very sparse. That is to say that there is no information there whatsoever, but what we do know is that there are five colors to choose from – black, blue, red, green, and white. We’re suckers for white headphones, so that might be our choice, but we’ll leave that decision up to you. The headphones currently have a rating of 3.5 starts out of five from 55 reviews, so it’s fair to say they’re pretty decent. At this price, they have got to be worth a punt.
If you’re looking for something that is a little less, well, large, the Use SoundSport bight be more your speed. Wireless earbuds, these offer up to five hours of play time and an additional 10 hours if you take advantage of the included charging case. There’s even a handy app for helping find any lost earbuds. The Bose earphones are available in both red and black, and we’d definitely opt for the former, but no matter which you go for, you’ll get IPX4 weather resistance built in.
As with all deals, if you’re thinking about picking either of these up, remember that they won’t be around forever.
Buy: JBL E55BT Over-Ear Wireless Headphones from Amazon: $59.95 | Original price: $180
Buy: Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless Sport Headphones from Amazon: $169.99 | Original price: $199.99
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