Deal: These Apple AirPods clones cost less than $100 (limited-time offer)

Deal: These Apple AirPods clones cost less than $100 (limited-time offer)
Call them what you will, the TicPods Free are clearly AirPods look-alike, but as far as quality goes, they're obviously not the same as Apple's earphones. However, if you want to pay less for a pair of earphones, Mobvoi's TicPods Free is just one of the many choices you'll find available in the US.

Usually selling for $129.99, the TicPods Free are now $30 off when the code USTPF30 is used during checkout. The earphones are available in three different colors – Lava, Navy, and Ice, while shipping is free. All customers also get a 30-day money back guarantee, so if you're not satisfied with your purchase, you can send back the earphones.

In the same piece of news, if you like Mobvoi's products, you'll be pleased to know that there's one more deal available on the company's online store, which allows customers to grab a TicWatch Pro + TicPods Free bundle for 20% off.

Both the TicWatch Pro and the TicPods Free are relatively new products, so you might want to check them out even if you don't plan to make any purchases right now. We're quite certain they will get cheaper as time goes by.



1. michaelny2001

Posts: 354; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

airpods clone in a BMW? nah, if you can buy or lease the BMW, you'll buy the real airpods. lol

4. arsenaljimenez

Posts: 199; Member since: May 03, 2012

Nah, when you are buying a BMW you're actually getting amazing quality. You're just buying the brand when getting airpods. Airpods are not worth what they're sold for

2. Alcyone

Posts: 605; Member since: May 10, 2018

Clones? No. Side by side, I'd say there is nothing that would confuse a consumer. Similar design? Yes.

3. arsenaljimenez

Posts: 199; Member since: May 03, 2012

If you want real value check out adv. Audio model x

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