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It's (nearly) the most wonderful time of the year. No, not Christmas. Amazon Prime Day! We're just around the corner from the biggest and best deals of the year. But just as the time before the holidays is almost better than the holidays themselves, those early Prime Day sales have a magic all their own. And have we got a doozy for you—on one of the best noise-canceling earbuds money can buy.
Right now, ahead of Prime Day, Sony's WF-SP700N 'Extra Bass' True Wireless Earbuds are more than 60 percent off, down from $180 to just $70. This is an outrageous deal, and one you can't afford to miss. Heck, since we mentioned the holidays, you might want to grab a couple of pairs as gifts and pull them out in December.
These premium buds are known for their excellent audio, comfortable fit and world-class noise-cancellation. They're incredible for all uses, but especially shine when it comes to working out. Sweat-proof, splash-proof and water-resistant, they're designed to go that extra mile (or two or five). If you're just getting back to steady exercise, these earbuds —and this early Prime Day price —are powerful motivators.
If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Snagging these Sony true wireless earbuds for just $70 is unheard of. This is the all-time lowest price on this product. And you can bet these babies live up to the hype.
One happy shopper, who topped his review with the words "Overall best earbuds I've ever owned" had this to say: "Love these! Comfortable, user-friendly.... They don't move or fall out when I'm working out and are easy to clean. Best investment I've made to enhance my workouts and block out the rest of the world for a while."
These Sony earbuds are ideal for workouts, thanks to their top-rated sweat-proofing and rich bass. Sweat all you want — the 'Extra Bass' remains crystal clear and clean. We're talking bass that would give Beats by Dre a run for their money.
"...I chose Sony WF-SP700N instead of Bose or any other brand, as Sony 'Extra Bass' is really awesome," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "These earbuds are light, the noise-canceling is fantastic and 'Extra Bass' is unbeatable. No other true wireless brand can beat these Sony WF-SP700Ns. The sound quality is so good that I can ditch my Beats Studio2s."
Great audio and long-lasting charge
In addition to bringing tunes and podcasts to a new level, Sony Extra Bass' True Wireless Earbuds boast an impressive nine hours of battery life. "These things are phenomenal! The sound quality is great... I like that I can switch between noise canceling and ambient sound," shared a thrilled Amazon shopper. "The battery lasts more than long enough for a long run or workout, and you can stick them in their case for a quick charge if need be."
Grab a pair and you'll be as happy as this shopper, who sums it all up nicely: "Excellent noise cancellation, good ergonomics, great sound, strong battery life." Just $70. What are you waiting for?
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