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Beats Powerbeats Pro are on sale everywhere for $199.95 – CNET

Beats Powerbeats Pro are on sale everywhere for $199.95     – CNET
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Another chance to save $50 on the Powerbeats Pro.


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We’ve seen plenty of AirPods deals of late, but Apple’s “other” true-wireless earbuds, the Beats Powerbeats Pro, don’t often dip below their $250 list price. However, through the end of October, and while supplies last, most major retailers now have the Beats Powerbeats Pro for $199.95. You can find it at Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy for the same price. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

The Powerbeats Pro are designed with athletic users in mind, relying on over-the-ear hooks and noise-isolating rubber ear tips. Those hooks make it all but impossible for the ‘buds to come loose, even during the bounciest of exercises.

Meanwhile, that noise-isolating design helps give the Powerbeats an audio-quality advantage over AirPods: “Richer, cleaner sound with bass that’s not only much bigger but tighter,” according to David Carnoy’s Powerbeats Pro review.

The case is a bit on the large side, though, and it doesn’t charge wirelessly. Even so, the Powerbeats Pro easily scored a spot on our list of the best sport headphones for 2019 — and that was based on its $250 price tag. If you’ve been eyeballing these but cringing at the price, here’s your chance to cut the cringe factor by 20%.

Read more: The best Apple AirPods and Beats Wireless earbuds deals

Note: Originally published earlier. Updated to note that the sale price is expected to run through the end of October.


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