While the retailer lists the typical price of these Bluetooth wireless headphones (with a cord keeping them together) at $139.95, they were actually originally available for $199.95. That's still how much Apple and Best Buy are charging for certain hues, but incredibly enough, B&H is selling two members of the special "Neighborhood Collection" at $74.95 a pop at the time of this writing.
That represents a mind-blowing discount of around 125 bucks, equating to 62 percent off the aforementioned $200 MSRP. The only minor downside (if we can even call it that) is you need to choose between "Asphalt Gray" and "Turf Green" colors to score those massive savings. It's probably safe to say you're not looking at the most popular paint jobs here, but at the end of the day, the internals and features are what matters above all.
Obviously, the deeply discounted Beats Powerbeats3 are identical on the inside as the variants fetching $130 or $200 right now, packing the same Apple W1 chip that promises blazing fast pairing with iPhones, Apple Watches, and iPads. While perhaps not capable of the same sound quality as the Powerbeats Pro, the Powerbeats3 also come with a water-resistant design and excellent 12-hour battery life. The affordable earphones are extremely flexible, comfortable to wear, and almost surprisingly durable, while supporting Fast Fuel technology delivering 1 hour of playback time after a 5-minute charge.