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These $100 wireless earbuds are just $40 today

Convenient and amazingly comfortable, these earbuds are a must-have accessory for frequent travelers.
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July 15, 2020
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These $100 wireless earbuds are just $40 today
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When it comes to listening convenience, it’s tough to beat what wireless earbuds bring to the table. And, while you would usually expect to drop over $100 on a decent pair, you can get your hands on a pair of incredible true wireless earbuds for a steal right now.

These Jam Audio Live True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds deliver both extreme portability alongside great sonics, and they’re on sale today for 60 percent off their usual price at just $40.

Ideal for frequent travelers and commuters, these wireless earbuds boast Bluetooth 4.1 technology for crisp listening plus a supremely comfortable design that can be worn for hours on end.

You’ll be able to listen to your favorite music for up to three hours on a single charge, and when you use the included charging case it’s possible to cycle through up to 15 full charges without having to be next to an outlet—bringing your total playtime to a whopping 48 hours of listening.

You’ll even be able to make and take calls on the go thanks to a built-in microphone and hands-free compatibility.

Treat yourself to a pair of great-sounding earbuds without breaking the bank. Usually priced at nearly $100, these Jam Audio Live True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds are on sale for just $40 today—60% off for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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