Every single Beats Fit Pro flavor is substantially discounted for Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale
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If you're the kind of bargain hunter who likes to obsessively follow every move made by every major retailer, especially in the proximity of the busy holiday shopping season, you may have noticed Target's recent reliance on great Beats headphones deals for its early Black Friday 2022 event.
But one product from the Apple-owned brand that hasn't been notably discounted in quite some time is the premium Fit Pro, and unsurprisingly, Amazon Prime members can now get the noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds at their lowest ever price in a grand total of seven colors.
saw daylight a couple of months ago as the result of an unlikely creative partnership between Apple and Kim K, which means that Amazon's October Prime Day 2022 extravaganza brings you the first-ever chance to save 20 bucks on these "neutral" (but certainly not boring) beauties.Unless you're a hardcore Beats (or Kim Kardashian) fan, you probably had no idea the Fit Pros were available in no less than seven paint jobs to begin with. Three of those, dubbed "Dune", "Earth", and "Moon", only
The more straightforward Beats Black, Beats White, Sage Gray, and Stone Purple-coated earbuds, meanwhile, are marked down by a heftier $40 (each) from the same exact list price of $199.95... for at least the second time in their one-year or so existence.
The previous such deal, of course, was available during the first Prime Day festival of the year back in July, requiring (just like today and tomorrow) an Amazon Prime subscription.
Although not quite as advanced as the hot new AirPods Pro 2 in certain ways, the Beats Fit Pro are still without a doubt some of the best wireless earbuds money can buy, what with their very distinctive, flexible, and secure design, solid battery life, state-of-the-art active noise cancellation, similarly state-of-the-art Spatial Audio technology with dynamic head tracking, and the same powerful Apple H1 chip under the hood as the first-gen AirPods Pro and the non-Pro AirPods 3.