It’s not often that you get the chance to pick up official Apple hardware for less than the official cost assigned by Apple. With this deal, however, you can. As part of the Renewed initiative, Amazon is offering the AirPods Pro for just $178.95 rather than the usual $249 asking price from Apple.

With this Apple hardware, you not only get the stunning AirPods experience but also access to active noise cancellation that reduces environmental interference and lets you basque in immersive sound. The headphones also come with a Transparency Mode that lets you connect with the outside world and actually hear what’s going on around you.

The AirPods Pro come with three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit and offer sweat and water resistivity so that these headphones can be used in moist environments. Perfect for the gym and pounding the pavements whilst out jogging. You also get access to the charging case that can be charged wirelessly to give you even more battery life when you need it.

For peace-of-mind, anyone who purchases something from the Amazon Renewed initiative will be entitled to a 90-day Amazon Guarantee that should make you feel better about the purchase:

We want you to be delighted with your purchase, but if you aren’t completely satisfied, you are eligible for a replacement or refund within 90 days of receipt with the Amazon Renewed Guarantee.

If all of that looks and sounds good to you, then you should know what to do by now. All of the details are listed below.

Jump on over to the direct link below to pick up these stunning AirPods Pro for just $178.95, while stocks last. This deal isn’t going to last forever so make sure to act with haste if you are looking to bring the AirPods Pro into your life and take your personal audio game to the next level.

Buy: Apple AirPods Pro (Renewed) from Amazon: $178.95 | Original price: $249

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