The gorgeous and highly-rated Sennheiser Momentum true wireless earbuds are currently being offered via Amazon with a $50 discount applied. The deal takes the price down to just $249.95.

If you are looking for premium earbuds that offer a premium sound and that come with a premium price – albeit one that has been reduced by $50 – then these Sennheiser buds could be the perfect choice for you. You are definitely going to be able to purchase a cheaper set of headphones but you get that premium Sennheiser audio experience with this purchase.

You get to enjoy unrivaled high-end stereo sound created by Sennheiser’s unique 7mm dynamic earbud audio drivers with the addition of active noise cancellation. The latter of which is designed to ensure that the outside world is kept out and the music that you have chosen to listen to is put front-and-centre.

The earbuds also come with uninterrupted playtime with the new 7-hour battery life that can be extended up to 28 hours with the charging case for your wireless headphones. If you keep the charging case up and running then you should be able to place your earbuds in at any time to keep them functional.

Sennheiser also has included built-in controls in both earbuds that will allow the wearer to maintain and take control of the audio at any time without having to remove the earbuds. It’s also possible to activate a digital voice assistant with ease using these controls.

Head on over to the direct link below with speed and purpose to ensure that you can take advantage of this ongoing deal before it expires. There are no discount codes or coupons required to unlock the advertised price but you will need to complete the purchase quickly to guarantee the savings and get quick delivery.

Buy: Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2, Bluetooth in-Ear Buds with Active Noise Cancellation from Amazon: $249.95 | Original price: $299.95

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