Amazon’s all-new second-generation Echo Buds are currently available to purchase with a decent 25% discount applied. The ongoing offer means that you can grab the brand new Echo Buds for just $89.99 while the discount lasts.

The new Amazon Echo Buds are small, light, and comfortable. Like a lot of wireless earbuds, they have been designed to feel great and sound even better than what you initially think. Regardless of the music source or what you are listening to, the Echo Buds will give up to 5-hours of playback on a single charge and will provide immediate and hands-free access to Alexa. Just say “Alexa” as there is no tapping or interaction required.

The internal advanced chipset is designed to power Alexa and the active noise cancellation technology. Despite the tiny size of the Buds, there are also three internal microphones per earbuds that are constantly listening for the Alexa wake word in order to give hands-free access. The hardware also includes a compact, high-performance dynamic driver for increased bass and treble fidelity.

You get a long-lasting battery that will give up to 5-hours of playback on a single charge and up to 15-hours with the accompanying charging case. A 15-minute quick charge will let you listen for an additional 2-hours. These Echo Buds are 21% smaller than the previous generation hardware and come with an in-bud vent to reduce pressure on the ear. Amazon has also included a shorter nozzle for improved comfort so wearers can really enjoy that 5-hours playback.

Pop on over to the direct link below to take advantage of the deal. Everything that you need is listed there. There are no discount codes or coupons available to be able to secure this deal but just make sure to act before it expires, especially if you have been waiting for a price drop on this particular product.

Buy: All-new Amazon Echo Buds from Amazon: $89.99 | Original price: $120

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