Listening to music on great big and usually costly speakers is great every once in a while, but listening is usually best reserved for headphones, especially if you work in an office environment or don’t want to irritate the rest of your family while you’re playing the latest smartphone gaming sensation.

Wireless headphones are where it’s at right now, and thanks to the way modern technology continues to progress we can now pick up a good pair of wireless headphones for not an awful lot of money. Right now, you can pick one particular pair of headphones up for even less than normal – the Dodocool DA167  2-in-1 Over-ear Stereo Wireless & Wired Headphone.

If all of that sounds like a bit of a mouthful, it’s because it is. Ignoring the name for a moment, you’re going to get some great features for your money. They include crystal clear sound thanks to CVC 6.0 noise cancellation and as is becoming the norm, there’s even a microphone built in to allow for video calling and online gaming, The wireless batteries will last for up to 10 hours of listening and if no connection is used for ten minutes, the headphones will go into a sleep mode in order to save battery.

Even with that 10-hour battery life, there’s always the chance you will be caught in a situation where wireless operation isn’t practical. Thankfully the DA167 also has a wired connection option, although that’s no good to those of us with smartphones that don’t have headphone jacks of course!

We haven’t even gotten to the best feature yet, and that’s the price. The headphones are normally very reasonably priced at just $19.99 but right now you can pick them up for just $11.99 by using offer code PNVXQ86S at checkout. That code is good until 8/29/2018 so keep that in mind when planning your purchase.

Buy: dodocool Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphones from Amazon: $11.99 with promo code | Original price: $20

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