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Save 75% on sleek XRB true wireless earbuds

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It’s almost 2020 and for many, the headphone jack is long gone. True wireless earbuds are where it’s at, and you needn’t break the bank to get yours. You can pick up a pair of XRB True Wireless Headphones for under $30 with our promo code.

These XRB Headphones pack all of the modern features you expect in true wireless earbuds. You can enjoy music for up to four hours on a single charge and ignore the outside world with cVc 6.0 noise cancellation. The charging case also packs enough juice to recharge your earbuds up to four times.

Some companies brag about their wireless earbuds offering a Bluetooth connection but try to slip by with the old 4.2 version. Not the XRB Headphones; they feature Bluetooth 5.0 to avoid lag or dropout. You can be up to ten meters away from your phone and still hear crystal clear audio. Whether you’re taking or making calls, you can also use the built-in mic in either earbud.

XRB True Wireless Headphone highlights:

  • Wirelessly play your favorite music with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.
  • Enjoy up to four hours of stereo play and talk time.
  • Recharge your earphones using the included charging case.
  • Enjoy pure audio thanks to the cVc 6.0 active noise-cancellation.
  • Freely make or take calls with the built-in mic.

The XRB True Wireless Headphones have a retail value of $120, but you can pick yours up for a fraction of that price. You can grab a pair for just $29.74 when you use the promo code MERRYSAVE15 at the Tech Deals checkout. They’re a good match for your 2020 workout regime.

Time is running out on this temporary offer so hit the widget below to grab your pair.

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Source of the article – Android Authority