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If you need some motivation before pumping iron, you can’t go wrong with a quality pair of earbuds. But few things are more aggravating than your buds constantly falling out, wires getting tangled, or your tunes dying out before you do.
With the Flux 7 TWS Earbuds, you can keep your heart rate up and sweat pouring instead of fiddling around with your headphones. Check them out for just $24.99 or 75% off during our Deal Days sale, which runs through October 12. You’ll be hard-pressed to find them cheaper anywhere else on the web. Now that’s music to your ears! And if you’re looking for more sweet discounts, check out the rest of our Deal Days collection.
This Bluetooth headset is ideal for fitness buffs. They’re comfortable and convenient, with a waterproof design that will get them working rain or shine. So whether you’re hitting the trails in the great outdoors, powerlifting at the gym, or completing a shopping marathon, you will appreciate the clear sound, allowing you to listen to music without annoying background noises.
Compatible with both iOS and Android, these earbuds also allow you to call out your voice assistant for some inspiration, giving you that little bit of a psychological push to run the extra mile, pump another ten pounds, or pull out that credit card one more time.
The Flux TWS also comes with a charging case that quickly juices up the earphones and offers up to five hours of standby time. They will auto-pair as soon as you pull them out of the case so that you can start listening to your favorite tunes, catch up on podcasts, or delve into the latest audiobooks straight away.
From now until October 12 at 11:59 pm, you can get your hands on these Flux 7 TWS earphones with their advanced noise-reduction technology for only $24.99, thanks to Deal Days — that’s about a quarter of what they retail for! So buy them for yourself or a friend.
Prices subject to change.
Source by boingboing.net