Now that Apple has killed the headphone jack, it is more important than ever to get a pair of bluetooth headphones. The question is, which one? Well, here’s a deal that might make this question a little easier to answer. The Hussar Magicbuds wireless headphones are the number one bestseller out of all sports fan headphones. That’s absolutely nuts, because they typically cost $140. A word of advice: don’t spend that. Instead, take advantage of the current deal whereby you can get this pair of bluetooth earphones for just $33.
Here are the specs:
COMFORTABLE and SECURE FIT: With Ergonomic design and silicone ear hooks, Magicbuds Bluetooth Headphones are secure behind your ears and rest comfortably in the ear canal. Premium soft smooth silicone gel surface helps sweat proof. It is great for Gym, Running, Jogging, Hiking, Cycling, and impact Sports.
SUPERIOR SOUND and AMAZING VOLUME: With Advanced APTX tech, our in-ear design offers incredible sound quality with deep bass and crystal clear treble, no matter your taste in music. Works great for soundtracks, audio books, relaxing sounds, and even techno music.
NOISE REDUCTION: With CVC 6.0 technology, the Hussar Magicbuds Bluetooth Earbuds reduce background noise, so you can focus on your favorite music, no matter where you are.
BLUETOOTH V4.1 and UNIVERSAL CONNECTIVITY: We give you the power of Bluetooth V4.1 technology for seamless syncing to your favorite wireless devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android cell Phones, Windows Phones, and more up to 10 meters 33 feet.
HOURS OF LISTENING TIME and VOICE PROMPT: Magicbuds Bluetooth Headset can deliver up to 7 hours of play time on a full charge. Voice prompt allows notification of incoming calls and phone numbers, so never miss a phone call.
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