There’s no rejecting that Samsung’s true wireless earbuds have been improving and better since the reluctant mid 2019 debut of the decidedly mediocre first-gen Galaxy Buds, yet by a long shot the best thing about the organization’s ever-expanding family of AirPods alternatives are the killer resulting deals and gigantic limits you can so habitually guarantee these days.
Closely following a few alluring Galaxy Buds Pro offers, as well as a few sweet Buds+ and Buds Live promos, the up and coming Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 are today discounted at a basically overpowering cost.
Rather than paying $150 for a brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged pair of these bad boys, which didn’t feel unreasonable regardless, you can gobble up your decision of four different color options at just $114.99 right now without going through the motions at all.
Accessible in graphite, white, lavender, and olive hues at this shockingly early and shockingly robust discount, the non-Pro second-gen Galaxy Buds accompany everything from state-of-the-art active noise cancellation technology to heavenly battery life, convenient wireless charging support, incredible sound, and strong Bluetooth connectivity in tow.
As such, there aren’t a ton of drawbacks contrasted with the costlier Galaxy Buds Pro… or then again Apple’s AirPods Pro, and you’re certainly taking a gander at a some of the overall best true wireless earbuds available anywhere.
The only thing that could prevent you from taking advantage of this fantastic new Woot deal is that the Amazon-owned e-tailer incorporates a 90-day warranty with these specific brand-new earbuds instead of the standard one-year coverage given by Amazon itself and other significant US retailers.
In fact, you have no under 10 days to think about the deal prior to choosing whether or not the deeply discounted Galaxy Buds 2 are appropriate for you, however something reveals to us Woot’s stock won’t in reality keep going that long.
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