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The HUB noise-cancelling earbuds are over 70 percent off

Featuring Bluetooth 5.0 technology and 100 hours of playback time with the case, these earbuds are perfect for the audiophiles on your list.
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December 14, 2019
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It seems as though the market is saturated with a wide variety of noise-cancelling earbuds, and choosing which pair to buy can be a daunting task (especially if you're looking for a great gift).

These HUB: Hi-Fi Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds, however, offer supreme sonics along with cutting-edge noise-cancellation technology, and they're currently available for over 70 percent off at just $72.

Featuring Bluetooth 5.0 technology and a whopping 100 hours of total playback time with the included charging case, these earbuds are the perfect gift for the audiophiles on your holiday list.

These buds deliver a rich low-end along with crystal-clear highs, and they come with a charging case that pushes their total playback time to 100 hours. What's more, the case can even double as a power bank for your other devices, giving you extra juice in a pinch.

They're also supremely comfortable, and it's easy to listen to your favorite tunes even while you exercise thanks to an IPX5 water-resistance rating.

Give the gift of truly wireless, HD sound this holiday season with a pair of HUB: Hi-Fi Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds—on sale for over 70 percent off their usual price at just $72.

Prices are subject to change.

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