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These $150 true wireless earbuds are just $55 today

If you don’t want to shell out the cash for a pair of AirPods or Bose SoundSport Frees, check out the Brio True Wireless Earbuds.
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There's no shortage of wireless headphones flooding the tech scene, but finding the perfect pair can still be a challenge. The heavyweight brands, like Apple and Bose, can be a bit pricey for those looking to upgrade, and the technology is still a bit too new to put much faith in ultra-discounted models.

The Brio True Wireless Earbuds, however, strike a balance between price and performance, letting you upgrade to the next step in portable listening for only $55 with code PREZDAY15, more than 50 percent off their usual price.

These earbuds sport a completely wireless design and Bluetooth 5.0 technology, allowing them to deliver stable connections and crisp audio for up to 8 hours on a single charge. The included charging case pushes their longevity even further, letting you take up to 50 hours of listening on the move. And, they boast an IP67 rating, making them sweat and waterproof.

The Brio True Wireless Earbuds normally retail for $150, but you can get them on sale for only $55 today when you enter code PREZDAY15 at checkout. These are likely to sell out, so grab a pair today.

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