They say you get what you pay for, but “they” clearly weren’t referring to consumer electronics in the modern era. We’ve come to a point in time where many devices made by lesser-known electronics companies are as good or even better than far more expensive options from the big names in the industry. A perfect example is the TaoTronics Wireless 4.1 Magnetic Earbuds, which are $26 earbuds that happen to be the best-selling wireless headphones on Amazon. They feature impressive sound, good battery life, and a smart magnetic design that prevents you from losing them. If you’ve recently purchased a new iPhone, Pixel 2, or anything else without a headphone jack, these puppies are just what the doctor ordered. Of course, they also work with any other smartphone on the planet whether or not it has a headphone jack, so definitely check them out.

Here are the highlights from the product page:

* Perfect workout headphones that are snug and secure so the headphones stay put while running, biking or at the gym. SunvalleyTek is the ONLY authorized seller of TaoTronics Brand products, 2nd hand purchase or purchase from a non-authorized seller/distributor will not covered by our warranty.
* Built-in magnets let you attach the two headphones together when not using, and wear like a necklace around your neck, a convenient way to carry around when you don’t need them.
* The rechargable long battery life means you get 5 hours of continuous music, or can relax with 175 hours of standby time when powered with a 5V external charger.
* CVC noise Isolation technology reduces outside noises, enable clearer microphone sound.
* TT-BH07 Earbuds that work with all smartphones, tablets and music players. Latest Bluetooth 4.1 technology; easy and fast pairing with smartphones, tablets and other Bluetooth enabled music devices; aptX codec provides pure, CD-like high quality sound for compatible devices.

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