Deal: Walmart sells Apple's BeatsX wireless earphones for just $50 (50% off)

Deal: Walmart sells Apple's BeatsX wireless earphones for just $50 (50% off)
Apple recently launched the sequel to the Powerbeats3 headphones, but if you can't afford the mid-range accessory, which is now available for pre-order for $250, we have a much better deal for you.

Apple's cheapest earphones, the BeatsX are now on sale at Walmart for 50% off. Obviously, they can't be compared to the new Powerbeats Pro, but they are more than decent for the price you pay.

But there's one more thing that you should know before you check out the deal linked below: these are refurbished earphones, not brand new. Although they will most likely work, there's a chance that they might break quite fast.

In any case, the choice is yours and you don't even have to pay too much, as Walmart is selling these for just $50. On top of that, you can pay an additional $4 for two years of Walmart Protection Plan, which basically covers any breakdowns and malfunctions. You also get fast repairs and replacements, as well as 24/7 customers support.

If you didn't know, the BeatsX offer up to 8 hours of battery life, but with Fast Fuel, you get 2 hours of playback after a 5-minute charge when the battery is low. Also, you'll be able to take calls, control music, and activate Siri with RemoteTalk.

They can be charged via a Lightning cable and feature inline call and music control, along with inline volume control. Walmart only sells the black color version, but they come in white flavor as well.

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2 Comments

1. Alcyone

Posts: 574; Member since: May 10, 2018

Click bait. Title needs to state the condition of said item.

2. bigstrudel

Posts: 621; Member since: Aug 20, 2012

New dude. You can't figure it out?

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