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Don’t want to splurge on the Apple AirPods or the Samsung Galaxy Buds? We hear you. While both earbuds deliver premium audio and top-notch design, they’re upwards of $100. Thankfully, we stumbled upon a pair of top-rated wireless earbuds with features that even AirPods and Galaxy Buds don’t have.
Enter the Edyell Wireless Earbuds, a wallet-friendly pair with impressive audio quality and deep bass. And here’s the best part: They’re on sale for just $26, down from $34.
The Edyell Wireless Earbuds offer up to 120 hours of playtime with their included charging case. This means you can get over 25 charges before you have to plug them in again. The charging case can even be used as a power bank—you can charge your smartphone or tablet with it via USB. Now that’s something Apple AirPods just can’t do.
“These earbuds fit into my ear more securely than AirPods do,” a delighted shopper shared. “The squishy tip helps the earbud from falling out of your ear and feels overall more comfortable than AirPods. The sound quality is great, and the earbuds connect extremely fast. They connect as soon as you take them out of the case. The case itself can also be used as a portable charger which is a very nice touch.”
The earbuds are also waterproof—they can be dunked in more than three feet of water for 30 minutes and come out in full working condition (you don’t get that with AirPods or Galaxy Buds). Plus, they feature touch controls and quickly pair with your phone via Bluetooth.
At $26 (was $34), the Edyell Wireless Earbuds are a great solution if you’ve always wanted wireless earbuds, but were scared off by the price tag. This deal proves you don’t have to splurge to get great sound.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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