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Want to pay less for a big brand name in earphones? Right now, as part of Presidents Day sales, you can grab the fantastic Apple AirPods for just $110 at Amazon for a strictly limited time only. The earphones are ideal if you’ve been keen to enjoy a set of Apple-based earbuds but haven’t been able to justify the full price.
In our Apple AirPods review, we enjoyed the fact that the Apple AirPods are super simple to set up and use with Apple devices, but they also work well with Android devices. That’s thanks to the Apple AirPods using Apple’s new H1 headphone chip to ensure faster and more effective wireless connections to all your devices. They also offer other useful features like the ability to quickly access Siri by saying, ‘Hey Siri’ plus simple tap-based controls. That’s the beauty behind these earbuds — they simply just work and take seconds to get going with. If you’d rather enjoy simplicity over complex features, these are the AirPods for you.
The Apple AirPods at this price mean you’ll have to skip a wireless charging case and stick with a wired solution but that’s a small price to pay for earbuds that are so cheap right now. All it means is that you’ll need to charge them via a charging cable but it won’t be too often, luckily. That’s because the earphones offer up to 5 hours of listening time while the charging case offers up to 24 hours of battery life. That should be plenty of time for the majority of users, ensuring you can spend more time enjoying them and less time waiting for them to recharge. When you do need to charge them up, a 15-minute session gives you back 3 hours of playback, which is pretty great going.
Ordinarily priced at $159, you can snap up these Apple AirPods for just $110 for a limited time only as part of Amazon’s Presidents Day deals. We’re expecting stock to fly out and be strictly limited so if you’re keen to enjoy the all-around convenience of Apple AirPods, we suggest hopping on this deal sooner rather than later.
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