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These deeply discounted LG Tone Free may well be the best affordable true wireless earbuds right now

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These deeply discounted LG Tone Free may well be the best affordable true wireless earbuds right now
LG is probably not the first brand that comes to mind when thinking about Apple rivals in the incredibly competitive and ever-expanding true wireless earbuds market, especially after the recent retirement of the Korea-based tech giant from the even more competitive and largely stagnant smartphone industry.

But if you can't afford the insanely popular second-gen AirPods, let alone the first (and so far only) AirPods Pro variant, it might not be such a bad idea to consider picking up the LG Tone Free FN5W instead. 

While the Tone Free family is rich with interesting and, well, somewhat confusing options, this particular model stands out from the pack right now by fetching a measly $49.99. You have (less than) 24 hours to claim this phenomenal Newegg deal by applying the "93XRZ78" promo code to your order before finalizing it, which will reduce the already discounted price of $106.99 by an extra $57.

LG Tone Free FN5W

True Wireless Earbuds with Wireless Charging, Meridian Audio

$49 99
$129 99
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These bad boys, which are available in both white and black colors at their aforementioned new all-time low price, would typically set you back no less than $129.99 a pair. That MSRP is currently only marked down to $106.99 and $109.99 by Amazon and LG itself respectively, which highlights Newegg's towering generosity here.

Unlike a few of its costlier siblings and cousins, the FN5W model lacks LG's signature bacteria-killing UVnano technology, which is definitely something to consider before deciding whether or not you should pull the trigger.

This specific Tone Free product also settles for noise reduction and "echo cancellation" instead of supporting state-of-the-art active noise cancellation functionality, but that's still pretty good at just 50 bucks.

The high-end Meridian audio, wireless charging capabilities, IPX4 water resistance, and up to 18 hours of battery life (six of which come from the earbuds themselves) are even better, making the LG Tone Free FN5W look objectively better (at least on paper) than all of the best wireless earbuds available today for under $100.

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