Get Great Sound And A Great Price With These Renewed Bose Wireless Headphones

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Bad headphones can drive you a little crazy. Whether the sound is scratchy or uneven, it makes listening to music, a podcast or a phone call a real challenge sometimes. Problems solved with this set of renewed Bose SoundSport Pulse Wireless Headphones.

These headphones are a perfect choice. They are engineered and volume optimized so that the headphones remain balanced no matter what level the volume is tuned to. And they can be used with multiple devices, able to store up to eight paired devices in total and two at the same time thanks to the Bluetooth 4.2 technology. And used with compatible mobile devices can connect with a simple tap via NFC.

These are perfect for people on the go, whether you’re racing between meetings or using them for workouts. They are sweat and water-resistant, meaning you can wear them while you exercise or go outside in less than perfect weather. And with StayHeart ear tips, they conform to your particular ear shape, keeping them more secure and comfortable.

They can also work in conjunction with many popular fitness apps and the Bose Connect app to keep track of your heart rate. Whether you use MapMyRun, RunKeeper, Endomondo, Runstastic, or others, these headphones will sync.

They also feature an onboard mic and an inline remote, allowing you to change the volume, skips songs, repeat songs, answer or reject calls and so much more.

So they sound great, but you’re worried about that word renewed. No need. The renewing process means the headphones have been tested and certified to work like new. They have no visible cosmetic issues and come with all the necessary accessories.

Renewed also means you’re getting a great deal, made even greater with the current sale price. Normally listed at $149, these Bose SoundSport Pulse Wireless Headphones can be yours now for just $89.99, a 39 percent savings.

Prices subject to change.

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