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These wireless earbuds are a great AirPod alternative for under $70

The REVEL True Wireless Earbuds offer 50 hours of on-the-go listening, and are a a fraction of the price of Apple’s AirPods.
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December 19, 2018
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Apple's AirPods are among the most popular wireless earbuds available, and for good reason. However, while their seamless integration with Apple's product ecosystem, comfort, and sound quality make them appealing, the $160 price tag can be hard to justify. The REVEL True Wireless Earbuds are a solid alternative, offering key features like high-def audio, a sweatproof design, built in mic, and a 50-hour listening time. They're normally $150, but you can pick up a pair today for just $68 with code MERRY15 at checkout.

The REVEL Earbuds utilize the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology, so you can easily connect to multiple devices at the same time without lags or drops. They fit snugly in your ear, and thanks to their IP67 sweat and waterproof rating, they're just as good at the gym as they are on your morning commute. Best of all, with the included charging case you can get up to 50 total hours of playtime on a single charge, so you don't have to worry about them dying on a long flight.

They come in your choice of gun metal black or white, and include the PowerCase charging dock and three different sizes of replaceable silicone ear tips. If you're looking for a great pair of everyday wireless earbuds but don't want to shell out the cash for AirPods, get the REVEL True Wireless Earbuds today for just $68 with code MERRY15, over half off their normal price.

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