Enjoy Music, Take Calls, and More with These Wireless Earbuds
Get an elite pair of wireless earbuds for just $50.
The world is always rapidly changing, with tech pushing the envelope so fast it can sometimes feel overwhelming just trying to keep up. No, you're not ready to join the Metaverse (even if it pays to be prepared). Fortunately, some things aren't sprinting headlong into the future. If you're in the market for a new pair of wireless earbuds, there are tons of great options that aren't going to do anything crazy like put a microchip in your head. With an option like the Xpods Pro True Wireless Earbuds + Charging Case, you can enjoy your music and podcasts with just enough frills to feel comfortable.
Based on Apple's AirPods, the Xpods' Pro model offers many of the same capabilities for a fraction of the price. With precision-tuned drivers for richer acoustics and the latest Bluetooth tech for solid connectivity, you'll immerse yourself in sound whether you're working away on a big project or working out at the gym. The customizable tips make a noise-isolating seal, allowing you to block out unwanted noise when you want to focus and the two microphones have enhanced voice capture technology, making them perfect for taking calls. Plus, the portable wireless charging case delivers up to 25 hours of total playtime for maximum enjoyment without having to constantly recharge.
Perhaps most importantly, you don't even need your phone to adjust things. Intuitive touch sensor controls on the buds allow you to navigate between songs, adjust the volume, and accept calls with a simple touch. Oh, and the charging case is Qi-compatible, ensuring the entire system stays wireless.
Upgrade your listening experience with a pair of wireless earbuds that won't break the bank. Right now, you can get the Xpods Pro True Wireless Earbuds + Charging Case for $20 off at just $49.99 when you use promo code XPOD20 at checkout.
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