You can grab a pair of truly wireless earphones for an amazingly low price of just $29.99. It features Bluetooth 5.0 and has a battery case that can charge your phone.

The world of Bluetooth earphones is a big one, and it can be a costly one, too. Being able to listen to music, podcast, or just about anything without disturbing others but with the added convenience of absolutely no wires is something that it is easy to take for granted. In reality, putting some super small earbuds into your ears and listening to music is perhaps the coolest thing in tech right now, and while Apple’s AirPods get all of the love, they also cost $159. What if we told you there is an alternative that costs just $49.99? What if we told you that you could get some money off that already low price?

There absolutely is. Called the Pasanomi earphones, these little earbuds are as small as you’d expect from something that sits right in your ear. They come with all of the bells and whistles you’d hope for, too, thanks to IPX7 water resistance for use when exercising in the rain as well as Bluetooth 5.0 compatibility.

There’s a 2,200mAh charging case as well, so you have not only somewhere to keep your earphones safe, but somewhere to keep them fully juiced up, too. That case can charge the earbuds up to 18 times without needing charging itself, and you can expect up to four hours of wireless music playback and 60-hours of standby time from a fully charged pair of earbuds. And we haven’t even told you the best bit yet!

While these earphones normally cost $49.99, through the end of October they can be had for just $29.99 by using a special code at checkout. Sounds great, right?

Buy: Pasanomi Truly Wireless Bluetooth 5.0 Earphones with 2200mAh Charging Case from Amazon: $29.99 with code WIOH8GYD | Original price $49.99

That’s certainly a bargain, no matter how you slice it.

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