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This is not a drill! Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) are officially back on sale at Amazon. The top-tier earbuds are the best we’ve ever tested and you can get them today for the lowest price we’ve seen all year. Take advantage of this early Presidents Day deal and snag the Apple headphones just in time for Valentine’s Day 2023.
Usually ringing up at $249, the 2nd generation AirPods Pro can be yours for just $199.99 right now—that’s a 20% savings and the lowest price we’ve seen since Black Friday. The best part? If you place your order with your Amazon Prime account you can get the headphones delivered before Tuesday, February 14.
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Our testers found that these 2nd generation AirPods have a battery life of up to six hours with active noise-cancelation on, seven hours without and up to 30 hours with the charging case. “It took three years, but the new AirPods Pro got the upgrade we’ve been waiting for,” our tester said.
The AirPods Pro are some of the lightest and comfiest earbuds on the market. In testing we were especially thrilled with the next-gen noise canceling, Adaptive Transparency mode and top-of-the-line sound quality. “If there’s a better pair of earbuds for overall usability and value out there, I haven’t found them,” our tester said. “If you have an iPhone, these are the buds to buy.”
Apple deals always sell out fast, so if you want to try the earbuds out for yourself we suggest you act fast. The time to save on AirPods Pro is now.
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