Hot new deal makes Amazon's second-gen Echo Buds an incredible noise-cancelling bargain

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Hot new deal makes Amazon's second-gen Echo Buds an incredible noise-cancelling bargain
Remember when the first-gen Echo Buds were on sale for just $29.99 in "like new" condition from Amazon-owned e-tailer Woot? That sure looked like a virtually unbeatable deal, but what if we were to tell you the company's sophomore AirPods-rivaling effort is right now available at only 20 bucks more?

Technically, that doesn't beat the greatest Echo Buds 1 promotions on record, but we're talking about brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged units this time around... with active noise cancellation technology on deck.

Yes, the second-gen Echo Buds are vastly superior to their noise-"reduction" forerunners in a number of key departments, featuring among others a slimmer and more comfortable design, improved audio performance, solid battery life, and decent IPX4 water resistance.

Impressively, Amazon normally charges as little as $119.99 for these 2021-released noise-cancelling AirPods Pro alternatives, and insanely, that already reasonable list price is marked down by an absolutely massive 58 percent for the first time ever.

The unprecedented $70 discount is only good for bargain hunters who can settle for a good old fashioned wired charging case, with the wireless charging-supporting Echo Buds 2 still fetching their regular $139.99 price at the time of this writing.

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On the decidedly bright side of things, you can choose between black and white flavors of Amazon's entry-level second-gen true wireless earbuds, and at least in theory, this bonkers deal could last a while, having no clear expiration date listed.

The lack of wireless charging functionality makes these puppies unable to directly rival Apple's AirPods Pro or Samsung's Galaxy Buds 2 when it comes down to it, but very few of the best budget wireless earbuds out there offer state-of-the-art active noise cancellation technology, so you should definitely consider an Echo Buds (2021) purchase if you care about that and don't afford to spend anywhere close to $100, let alone more.

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