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Find the right fit with a dozen Aukey true wireless earbuds up to 30% off

One of Amazon's daily deals features a selection of Aukey true wireless earbuds all going for discounted prices with some, like these black earbuds with a 35-hour battery life, even featuring extra discounts through on-page coupons you can click. They're already on sale for $20.99 as part of the daily sale, which is down from a regular price closer to $30. With the clippable coupon you can save another $3 and get them for the lowest they have ever been at $17.99.

Even without the on-page coupons, the prices range from $21 to $49. There are a dozen different selections including some in different colors like white and pink. All the earbuds are similar in quality, so all you need to decide is what features work best for you. For example, do you need active noise-cancelling? Get these USB-C earbuds down to $48.74 from a street price of $70.

These are some of Aukey's most advanced earbuds with a hybrid ANC technology that can block up to a max of 35dB of ambient noise. You can always use the TransparencyMode for when you really need to hear things going on around you, like a co-worker's conversation or traffic while you walk to work. They also have IPx5 water resistance, USB-C fast charging that only takes 1.5 hours to get up to speed, and a 25-hour battery life that should make these last for whenever you need to listen to some tunes.

Do you plan to use your new earbuds while running and need a fit designed to stick with you? Grab the Aukey Sports earbuds. They are on sale for $15 off their regular price, and you can save an extra $7 using the on-page coupon for a really great deal. Not only do these have a unique design, they have extreme IPx8 water resistance so you can get your sweat on. They also have wireless charging support and a 35-hour battery life thanks to the included charging case.

Check out the rest of the options and be sure to grab a pair of earbuds before the prices disappear.



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