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If you're still struggling with old-school earbuds, spending valuable time untangling wires and muttering to yourself as a conference call starts without you, it's time to end the insanity. Sure, some buds cost a pretty penny. But that's not the only way to go. We just found a deal too good to pass up.
These Tozo T6 Bluetooth True Wireless Earbuds have more than 141,000 five-star reviews over at Amazon. If that doesn’t grab your attention, this should: They’re on sale for a ridiculous $25 (that's down from a still-pretty-good $50). Yes, 50 percent off, but just for today.
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.)
What's made Amazon shoppers fall in love with these Tozo earbuds? It's their superior audio quality, of course, courtesy of 6mm speaker drivers that produce powerful, crystal clear sound and heart-thumping bass. Trust us — these earbuds sound way better than the ones that came with your phone.
"These headphones are literally fantastic. I am a professional musician, and these have an incredibly clear sound quality and really high-end parts," shared a satisfied Amazon shopper. "The connection is fast and easy, it charges while in the case, which is a great feature...Really high-end headphones for an amazingly good price..."
With their wireless charging case (included), these earbuds — which also have handy touch controls — have a long battery life. We're talking 30 hours, people: six hours from the earbuds themselves and an impressive 24 hours from the case. "...The battery life is awesome," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "I work outside and will use these all day. I wear one until lunch and swap it out for the other one after..."
Most premium wireless earbuds are not waterproof — and that can be a bummer if you're into sweaty workouts or spend hours at the pool. But these Tozo T6 True Wireless Earbuds are truly waterproof, so feel free to get wet. Not that you're planning to dunk them, but these earbuds can actually be submerged in up to three feet of water without damage! They’re safe for showering too. And that's not possible with Samsung Galaxy Buds or AirPods (The Pro model is water-resistant, which isn't the same as waterproof).
Says a happy user: "I do intense cardio which leads to me being drenched in sweat. I am so glad these are waterproof!! I am really happy with this purchase. I get compliments on them all the time....The case is so little and cute, I can carry it in my purse like a pack of gum.
Some shoppers like these buds more than AirPods. "I would purchase these over AirPods without hesitation," said another five-star reviewer. "I find these much more comfortable."
At $25 (down from $50), this Amazon sale is a no-brainer. Don't snooze and lose on this deal. Now that the word is out on these incredible earbuds, they'll fly off the shelves at the speed of sound.
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