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These $250 wireless noise-cancelling earbuds are on sale for $75


Wireless earbuds don’t tend to enjoy a very great reputation among serious listeners—due to the fact that they almost always lack the kind of Hi-Fi clarity that most audiophiles crave.

These HUB: Hi-Fi Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds, however, manage to break the mold by offering supreme sonics along with an incredibly compact and comfortable design, and they’re currently on sale for 70% off at just $74.99.

With Bluetooth 5.0 technology and a whopping 100 hours of total playback time with the included charging case, these intrepid earbuds were made with serious listeners in mind.

They deliver a rich low-end alongside crystal-clear highs and a solid midrange, and you’ll be able to take them with you on any adventure thanks to an IPX5 waterproof rating. Making and taking calls on the go is also a breeze thanks to voice assistant support.

The included charging case also doubles as a power bank to recharge your other devices on the go, and it can even recharge wirelessly.

Treat yourself to a truly great-sounding pair of earbuds that won’t break the bank. These HUB: Hi-Fi Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds are available for just $74.99—70% off their usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.


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