Pick Up The Beats Studio Buds Ahead Of Valentine’s Day For Just $119 [Save $30]

If you are in the market for some truly stunning and truly wireless earbuds, then look no further than this deal. The Beats Studio Buds are currently being offered in all of their glory with a 20% discount applied, taking the price down to just $119.95.

As you might expect from the Beats brand – and a brand that’s owned by Apple – the Beats Studio Buds are driven by the desire to provide stunning audio in a small and portable package.

Beats Studio Buds are engineered to prioritize high-quality, powerful sound. With a custom platform, Beats Studio Buds employ a proprietary layered driver with a dual-chamber acousting design for clear sound and effective Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) perofrmance.

The Buds are compatible with Apple and Android devices and come with active noise cancellation technology that is designed to block out unwanted noise and distractions from the external environment. The Buds also include a great Transparency Mode that lets the outside world in with immediate effect. The pocket-sized charging case fits nicely inside a standard pocket and provides an additional 16-hours of playtime.

The 5-minute Fast Fuel technology allows the Buds to be charged for up to one hour’s worth of playback in just five minutes and a full charge should last for 8 hours, or 24-hours when paired with the charging case. You get dual beam-forming microphones and a seamless pairing experience that will get you up and running right away.

Premium sound and maximum versatility and portability are just a purchase away. The direct link that you need is listed below so make sure to dive on over there to make the purchase, right now! There are no discount codes or coupons required but you will need to act quickly.

Buy: Beats Studio Buds from Amazon: $119.95 | Original price: $149.95

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