This Pair Of Bluetooth Headphones Seems To Have Won An Award And Also Is 85 Percent Off Today

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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This pair of bluetooth headphones is 85 percent off today. (Which means it does not cost $320 like it typically does). The first thing that sticks out when you look at the product’s image is that it seems to have been awarded some sort of prize ribbon. Award-winning products are great! When you look, closer, however, you notice that the ribbon simply says “100 percent satisfaction” and then “Best Quality” four different times around the edge. Last I checked, you couldn’t give yourself awards.

Still, don’t let that take away from the fact that a high quality pair of headphones can be had for under $50 today. And consider what national columnist Don Lindich – who reviews electronics and sound equipment for newspapers everywhere wrote: “Compared to $300 Beats headphones, the Super 66 sounds better. This may surprise the general public, but not audiophiles.” High praise indeed.


Normally $320, this pair of headphones is 85 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $320, this pair of headphones is 85 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Premium, Bluetooth Headphones, HIFI ELITE Super66 by Modern Portable, Hi-Fidelity, Over-Ear, Wireless Headphones With Microphone-feature, Noise-Isolating Technology, and Lightweight Headset Design on sale for $48.99

I cannot get what Lindich said out of my mind. These Super66 headphones really do sound as good as Bose (which is why they normally cost over $300). It’s silly not to take an opportunity to get Bose-quality headphones for a mere 50 bucks.

These headphones have been highly praised (Photo via Amazon)

These headphones have been highly praised (Photo via Amazon)

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