Save $80 on Bose QuietComfort Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

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You can get the much-sought-after Bose sound from earbuds. While you once had to get an expensive pair of over-the-ear headphones or a speaker for that sound, now you can get it with the Bose QuietComfort Noise-Cancelling Earbuds and can grab this early Black Friday deal right now.

These earbuds have the very popular noise-cancellation feature as well as an Award Mode that allows you to still hear and keep up with what’s happening around you. The acoustic architecture of the earbuds allows you to listen to your music, podcasts, videos, and games with a crisp, balanced sound, thanks to Volume-Optimized Active EQ.

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The Bose QuietComfort Noise-Cancelling Earbuds handle both sides of their name. While the noise cancellation handles the quiet part, the StayHear Max ear tips tackle the comfort. Three sizes are included in the silicone ear tips to ensure you get a secure fit. They are IPx4 rated as well to withstand sweat, water, and some nasty weather conditions.

The touch controls on the earbuds are as easy as tap, swipe, or press. That’s all it takes to control the noise cancellation, pause, play, and volume. Tap and hold them to immediately go back to your last Spotify session with Spotify Tap playback. Tiny noise-rejecting microphones will focus on your voice and filter out other distracting noises.

You’ll get up to 18 hours in one go with the earbuds. They will provide six hours straight up, with the charging case adding another 12 hours. The case and earbuds will recharge via USB-C or a Qi wireless charging mat.

Take $80 off the price of these earbuds in Triple Black, Stone Blue, Soapstone, or Sandstone and pay just $199.

Bose QuietComfort Noise-Cancelling Earbuds

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