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If you need a new pair of headphones for your daily commute or for listening to music and podcasts without having to deal with external noise, we have a sale for you.
Over at Amazon, are being sold with a massive 43% off, a discount rarely seen outside major shopping events. While you would normally expect to pay around $350 for these premium headphones, you can save $150 while the sale lasts, bringing the cost down to .
The -- available in white, red, or black-red at the best discount -- are wireless and contain Apple's W1 chip for stable connectivity. You can use Bluetooth to link your headphones to either iOS or Android devices. While you're on the move, you can enable active noise-cancelling technology to block environmental noise and distractions. Furthermore, the over-ear headphones are lightweight, with on-device controls for controlling volume levels.
While an accompanying deal in Amazon's sale isn't as impressive, if you prefer , Amazon is giving customers a free $25 gift card at the time of purchase.
Also: The top noise-cancelling headphones -- and can they protect hearing?
Alternatively, we've also found a budget-friendly discount for Anker Soundcore headphones. You can save 25%, or $20, on the . In total, you would pay just under $60.
Also: The best headphones you can buy right now
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