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While Apple AirPods are one of the most popular wireless earbuds available, they’re not exactly cheap — some cost up to $249 a pair. Thankfully, there are cheaper alternatives that boast comparable audio quality, battery life and features, at a fraction of the cost.
Enter the JBL Tune, a pair of premium noise-isolating in-ear headphones. And best of all, they’re on sale for just $55 — that’s 54 percent off!
And 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 even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
These earbuds feature a sleek and stylish design as well as balanced tones and deep bass, so you can really feel your favorite music and podcasts.
Another bonus? Despite not being labeled as a pair of noise-canceling earbuds, multiple shoppers pointed out that these are great at blocking out sound. “I use them at work mostly so that I can work without hearing the rest of the office,” one shopper shared.
In addition, they feature a battery life of up to 16 hours of playback (four hours in the buds plus another 12 hours from their included charging case).
These wireless earbuds also feature quick access to Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant for hands-free navigation and voice search, and they’re also compatible with both Android smartphones and Apple iPhone models via Bluetooth.
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