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These $150 true wireless earbuds are just $70 today

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It's no secret that true wireless earbuds are the future of on-the-go listening, but despite industry heavyweights like Apple and Samsung producing their own models, the tech has yet to go completely mainstream.

If there's one culprit to blame, it's the beefy price associated with these earbuds, as even the most avid listener has a hard time justifying paying upwards of $150 for a pair. But today, you can actually make the switch to true wireless listening—without burning a hole in your wallet—thanks to the PaMu Scroll True Wireless Earbuds, which are on sale for only $70 today.

These earbuds successfully raised $3 million on Indiegogo, and after looking at their specs, it's easy to understand why.

Bluetooth 5.0, touch controls, and smart assistant compatibility are all features we've come to expect inside a pair of true wireless earbuds, and the PaMu Scroll True Wireless Earbuds have them all inside a sleek package. Plus, they pack a bit more personality than other earbuds on the market. The PaMu Scroll True Wireless Earbuds take their name from the unique scroll-like charging case included with the earbuds.

The earbuds also feature a IPX6 water-resistance rating, so you can wear them in the gym, on the train, or wherever else your day takes you. While the PaMu Scroll True Wireless Earbuds usually retail for $150, you can get them today for only $70, more than 50 percent off the usual price. There are four different models to choose from, complete with their own vibrant designs.

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