You Can Buy Apple’s AirPods Pro on Amazon for Under $200

What is the first thing you reach for every morning? For some, it might be their phone or a gargantuan cup of coffee. But for me, it’s my headphones—and I have a feeling I’m not alone. Whether you’re dialing into a Zoom call, in need of a good playlist to get the day started, or hoping to tune out your noisy roommate, a good pair is integral to any WFH setup. Since we’ll be working from home for the foreseeable future, now’s a better time than any to upgrade your current pair.

Apple AirPods Pro


$ 249.00

$ 199.99 (20% off)

Fortunately, Amazon is taking $ 50 off Apple’s AirPods Pro earbuds right now.

Over the past few years, Apple’s AirPods have become so popular that they’re practically synonymous with earbuds. (You know, like the Kleenex of headphones.) Though the AirPods Pro has a lot of similarities to the ubiquitous original AirPods—a sleek design, H1 chip for easy pairing, and Apple’s signature Siri technology—it has a few noticeable upgrades.

For starters, the AirPods Pro features active noise-cancelling and an adaptive EQ technology that tunes your podcast or playlist to your eat. (That way, you can drown out the noise, and have the peace and quiet you’ve been desperately seeking.) Or, if you need to be more alert, the transparency mode lets you hear the world around you.

If fit is of concern, fear not: The AirPods Pro features three silicone tips, making each bud comfortable enough to wear all day long. (And thanks to its 24-hour battery life with the charging case, you actually can.) Best of all? This pair is sweat- and water-resistant, making it an accessory fit for rainy days and grueling workouts alike.

This version of Apple’s AirPods normally costs $ 249; however, Amazon is shaving 20 percent off the asking price. It’s rare to see this pair under $ 200, so if you want to upgrade your time at home, they’ll be well worth the investment.


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