Get the new Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) for less than the Pixel Buds A-Series


There’s just something wonderful about having a great set of headphones. Whether you prefer over-the-ear cans, or truly wireless earbuds, there’s something out there for everyone. So far this year, one set of earbuds has stood out as some of the best and that’s the new Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen).

In my review, I gave them a four out of five star rating, as these, offer a more compact and sleek design, while include built-in fitness tracking. While the regular price is tempting enough, now’s your chance to get the new Amazon Echo Buds for their lowest price ever. Amazon has discounted its latest Echo Buds down to just $89.99, down from the regular price of $119.99 for a savings of $30.

The sub-$100 discount is available for the version with a wired charging case, but if you want to upgrade to the wireless charging case, you can also save $30, bringing the price down to $109 from $139.99. And if you ask me, the wireless version is the way to go, since wireless charging is just so darn useful nowadays.

Here are some of the key features offered by the Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen):

  • Dynamic audio and active noise cancellation (ANC) – Premium speakers deliver crisp, balanced sound. Sealed in-ear design and ANC limit background noise.
  • Hands-free entertainment – Echo Buds work with the Alexa app to stream music, play podcasts, and read Audible audiobooks—just ask.
  • Long-lasting battery – Get up to 5 hrs music playback per charge and up to 15 hrs with the charging case. A 15-min quick charge provides up to 2 hrs of music.
  • Works with other assistants – Compatible with iOS and Android, and supports access to Siri and Google Assistant.

The lightweight design and integration with Amazon Alexa set these apart from other earbuds on the market. And now, you can get them for even cheaper than the Pixel Buds A-Series which don’t include Active Noise Cancellation or wireless charging.



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