The Amazon Echo is the speaker that started it all. In fact, speakers like the Echo have grown so popular now that even Apple seems poised to copy them. Alexa is clearly still the best in the business, but $180 is a tall order for many people. Of course, that’s why Amazon went on to release its less expensive Amazon Tap and Echo Dot speakers. They’re both terrific products as well, but neither one can match the range or sound quality of the original Echo.

Well guess what: now is your chance to get an Echo speaker at a big discount. While supplies last, Amazon is selling refurbished Amazon Echo speakers for just $134.99, which is the Echo’s lowest price of 2017 so far. Remember Amazon’s refurbs ship with a warranty, so there’s nothing that should be stopping you from jumping on this great deal.

Here are a few highlights from the product page:

  • A Certified Refurbished Amazon Echo is refurbished, tested, and certified to look and work like new
  • Plays all your music from Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, and more using just your voice
  • Fills the room with immersive, 360º omni-directional audio
  • Allows hands-free convenience with voice-control
  • Hears you from across the room with far-field voice recognition, even while music is playing
  • Answers questions, reads audiobooks and the news, reports traffic and weather, gives info on local businesses, provides sports scores and schedules, and more with Alexa, a cloud-based voice service
  • Controls lights, switches, and thermostats with compatible WeMo, Philips Hue, Samsung SmartThings, Wink, Insteon, and ecobee smart home devices
  • Always getting smarter and adding new features, plus thousands of skills like Uber, Domino’s, and more

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