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When you think of Beats headphones, those bulky over-the-ear styles you can spot from a mile away might come to mind. Want a more discreet option? The sleek Beats Powerbeats Pro are what you need — and they're now $70 off. We'll wait while you pick your jaw off the floor.
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The Powerbeats — a sweet $70 off right now — produce the impeccable sound you'd expect, with crisp tones and pumping bass. At nine hours, the battery life is great and “Fast Fuel” technology gives you about an hour-and-a-half of juice on a five-minute charge.
The Powerbeats Pro are water-resistant, so feel free to go wild during your next workout. They seamlessly sync to just about any iPhone, iPad or MacBook, thanks to Apple’s “magical” W1 chip built-in. But they work just as well with Android smartphones and tablets via Bluetooth.
The Beats Powerbeats Pro come with a trusty charging case, four eartips in various sizes and a lightning-to-USB-A charging cable. We'd say that's quite the deal.
These guys basically have their own fan club, with over 53,000 flawless ratings on Amazon — shoppers gush about everything from the impressive battery life to the stellar sound quality.
"These earbuds are better than I expected," said one enthusiastic reviewer. "Amazing music listening experience that sounds as though you are listening to the Bose stereo system...They are more beautiful than in the pictures and classy! I highly recommend and would buy again."
"I love these earphones for their fit, charge, and quality," another raved. "They are easy to pair with my device, easy to control, both from the device or directly on the phones, and easy to charge. I love that if I take one off, the playback stops until I put the earphone back in; perfect for those multiple interruptions that happen everyday. I would definitely buy them again!"
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