Samsung's versatile Gear IconX earbuds are on sale for only $90 with 1-year warranty

Samsung's versatile Gear IconX earbuds are on sale for only $90 with 1-year warranty
The Gear IconX may well be Samsung's most underrated and overlooked product released over the past few years, which the company offered as a free gift for buyers of high-end phones a number of times in recent months. By themselves, the completely wireless earbuds are typically available for $179.99, which actually makes them pricier than Apple's insanely popular AirPods.

Of course, there are several reasons for that, but before we get into them, let's talk the latest and greatest eBay deal offered by top-rated seller Quick Ship Electronics. If you hurry, you can purchase a pair of "new other" Gear IconX headphones at only $89.99, with a full one-year warranty thrown in by the aforementioned, 99.8 percent positively rated retailer.

By the way, the new other condition is essentially equivalent to an open box item, meaning there should be "absolutely no signs of wear" on these heavily discounted devices, which will be shipped for free nationwide in packaging that might be "slightly distressed." In a nutshell, you'll be getting Gear IconX units that look and work like new, with no cosmetic blemishes or damage of any kind. 

In terms of features, these bad boys can do quite a few things the AirPods cannot, from storing up to 4 gigs of music internally to tracking your activity and even supporting real-time voice guidance during your morning run. 

You get all that, as well as both Android and iOS compatibility, Bixby voice assistance, simple music controls using taps and swipes, and last but not least, an impressive battery life of up to seven hours on a single charge (plus a neat case capable of delivering nearly another full charge) for 90 bucks. If that's not a steal, we don't know what is.

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