For what is sure to be a limited period of time, you can get your hands on the Apple AirPods Pro with a nice 16% discount applied. The deal takes the price down to just $209.

We’re not sure that the AirPods Pro need any in-depth introduction. Apple’s premium truly wireless earbuds have been gaining fans all over the world ever since they launched. They come with active noise cancellation and a very functional Transparency mode that allows the wearer to let the outside in should they wish to. They offer sweat resistance and a customizable fit that should make them feel comfortable for almost everyone.

The built-in microphones are tasked with detecting noise from both outside and inside the ear and then counter that noise with equal anti-noise before you actually get the chance to hear it. They come with a custom speaker driver, a high-dynamic range amplifier, and Apple’s own H1 chip that are tasked with working together to produce superior sound in an extremely compact design.

The AirPods Pro also offer the same effortless pairing and connectivity experience of previous AirPods. You can switch seamlessly between devices thanks to the H1 and you just need to pull them out of the charging case for them to be connected with absolutely zero effort. You can have Siri announce your messages and even share a song between two sets of AirPods. The charging case is also compatible with Qi-certified wireless chargers so you can “charge wirelessly. Use tirelessly” for more than 24-hours.

The AirPods Pro have been widely discussed and are extremely highly-rated with more than 134,000 ratings on Amazon giving the hardware a hugely impressive 5-star average rating. If you want to be part of the growing AirPods Pro crew, then simply head on over to the link below and take advantage of the deal, right now. No discount codes or coupons are needed.

Buy: Apple AirPods Pro from Amazon: $209 | Original price: $249

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