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These $119 true wireless headphones are only $45 today

Fuel your workouts with true wireless audio that won’t break the bank.
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For some of us, working up the motivation to crank out a few miles on the treadmill is impossible without the right tunes. Whether you're into EDM or heavy metal, your music is just as important to fueling your workout as that pre-workout energy drink you downed on the way to the gym.

That said, few things are as deflating as your earphones popping out mid-workout or, worse, them running out of battery altogether. The folks at 1Voice get this, and they created the XT9 True Wireless Fitness Headphones as a solution. Normally retailing for $119, these earphones are on sale for only $45 today, a massive 60 percent off their usual price.

Featuring a secure, ergonomic design and long-lasting battery, these true wireless earbuds stand a head above other models on the market—and come at a fraction of the price.

The XT9s are ergonomically designed to sit comfortably in and around your ears, so you can run, jump, lift and stretch without worrying about them popping out. They're engineered with Bluetooth 5.0 technology, which delivers crystal-clear audio and more stable connections; and each earphone sports an extra-large lithium-ion battery, which can last for up to six hours on a single charge.

The XT9s even come with a charging dock, so you can recharge them at home or on the go.

On sale for only $45, you can get your own set of XT9 True Wireless Fitness Headphones for a fraction of their usual retail price.

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