AUKEY’s truly wireless Bluetooth-based earbuds complete with stunning audio and over-the-ear hooks are currently available with an appealing discount applied. If you act now, you can pick up these wireless earbuds for just $25.

These AUKEY earbuds give you everything that you would expect from a personal audio accessory of this nature. In addition to getting high-quality audio delivered right to your ears, you also benefit from clear calls if you decide to make or take a call, in-ear detection, waterproofing, an ultra-long playtime thanks to the internal battery, and sing earbud use for those times when you need to keep one ear on the outside world.

The stunning stereo sound is driven by the integrated powerful 12mm drivers. The buds contain optimized voice pickup technology with CVC 8.0 noise-reduction to ensure that the wearer gets crystal-clear calls. The in-ear detection is designed to ensure that music is paused at the correct time when the buds are taken out of the wearer’s ear. The internal battery should also provide up to 7-hours of playtime and another 28-hours when used with a fully-charged charging case.

The experience is finished off with a comfortable and secure fit that comes courtesy of the ergonomic design that ensures all-day comfort and IPX8 waterproofing which means these earbuds are perfect for the gym and wearing in sweaty and moist environments. Lightweight, durable, and most of all, highly affordable thanks to this ongoing deal.

The direct product link is listed below. There are no discount codes required but you will need to clip the on-page coupon in order to bring the price down to the advertised levels. Even at full price, these earbuds are a steal but getting that extra discount is just the icing on the cake!

Buy: AUKEY True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds from Amazon: $25 using the on-page coupon | Original price: $70

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