B&H has Apple's Beats Powerbeats3 wireless earphones on sale at $70 brand-new in two colors

B&H has Apple's Beats Powerbeats3 wireless earphones on sale at $70 brand-new in two colors
Love them or hate them, wireless headphones are all the rage right now, and although certain premium models like the Powerbeats Pro can cost an arm and a leg, you also have more affordable options to choose from if you own a handset without a traditional 3.5mm audio connector.

The Beats Powerbeats3 are essentially the forerunners of the swanky new Powerbeats Pro, typically fetching as much as 200 bucks a pair but regularly selling for significantly less in both refurbished and brand-new condition. The latest killer deal on these Bluetooth wireless earphones with a cord running through them comes from B&H Photo Video, and just like last month, it's set to expire at the end of the day.

In other words, you have less than 24 hours (at the time of this writing) to grab a $69.95 pair of Apple's Beats Powerbeats3 in a love-it-or-hate-it "Asphalt Gray" or "Turf Green" paint job as part of the special Neighborhood Collection. While B&H lists that price as reduced by "only" 50 percent, these bad boys used to cost the full $199.99, so compared to their original MSRP, you're actually looking at massive savings of 130 bucks.

Naturally, these are brand-new, unused, and unopened items on sale here, backed by a standard 1-year warranty and eligible for free nationwide shipping. While nowhere near as cool-looking as the Powerbeats Pro or Apple AirPods, the Powerbeats3 do come with a fast Apple W1 chip for quick, simultaneous pairing with multiple iOS devices at once, up to 12 hours of battery life on a single charge, Fast Fuel technology delivering one hour of playback after just five minutes of charging, a sweat and water-resistant design, as well as "dynamic, high-performance" sound... at least by sub-$100 standards. Obviously, the wireless headphones are also compatible with Android handsets, so have at them before it's too late.

Check out the deal here


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