Want true wireless earbuds you can recharge just by plopping the case down on any Qi-compatible wireless charger? Head over to the Apple store and that’ll cost you a whopping $200. But if you want earbuds that are actually even better than AirPods in many ways and still support wireless charging, there’s a deal ending soon on Amazon that you’ll definitely want to take advantage of. The hot new AUKEY Key Series T10 True Wireless Earbuds with Wireless Charging Case retails for $110, which is more than fair. Clip the on-site coupon and use the promo code FFFWA2ZK at checkout, however, and you’ll only pay $70.99!
Here’s the scoop from the product page:
- Superior Sound Quality: Dynamic drivers and graphene diaphragms add extra depth to the full and crisp sound, to give your music a wider soundstage. IPX5 water-resistance means there’s no need to fear the rain.
- Qi Wireless Charging & USB-C: The carry case can be charged via USB-C or a Qi wireless charger. Charging wirelessly extend the 7-hour playtime to 24 hours
- Touch Control: The side of both earbuds is touch-sensitive and can be tapped or pressed to adjust the volume, change the track, play or pause, or access your phone’s assistant (e.g. Siri).
- Secure & Comfortable Fit: Noise isolation, Super-lightweight earbuds with three sizes of ear-tips and in-ear ear-hooks for a reliable, customized fit. The magnets to hold the earbuds in the case are very strong; you have no concerns whatsoever about the buds falling out of the case, or not being sufficiently secure to charge.
- Package Contents: AUKEY Key Series T10 True Wireless Earbuds, Three Pairs of Ear-Tips (S/M/L), Three Pairs of Ear-Wings (S/M/L), USB-A to C Cable, User Manual, 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty.
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