Amazon Echo Buds on sale for cheapest price ever – now just £35.9910/11/2023
Music fans can get a special deal in the Amazon Big Deal Days sale – with the Echo Buds being slashed in price by as much as 67 per cent.
You’ll have to be an Amazon Prime member to avail of the mega discount,but you can sign up for a free trial here.
In this deal the white Echo Buds (2nd Gen) Wireless earbuds with active noise cancelling and a built-in microphone can be had for £35.99 – 67 per cent cheaper than the regular price of £109.99.
They can also be bought with a wireless charging case for £44.99 here.
They have a fast-charging and long-lasting battery, with a quick 15 minute charge providing up to 2 hours of music.
They are highly rated by some customers – with them scoring the buds 4 stars out of five from more than 2,000 reviews.
One happy customer said: "I love my gen1 buds, but they were starting to look a bit beaten up and the silicon retaining thingy was getting loose. I saw these in offer and bought them.
"They are more comfortable and the controls are more intuitive. I don't really feel like the sounds improved over the originals, infarct they maybe slightly quieter, but they still sound excellent."
Another raved that the buds had "far exceeded expectations."
The shopper wrote: "I always doubted I could make the change to ear buds for walking and running, but now I use these everywhere.
"They are easy to set up and play to, with excellent sound quality and very effective sound cancelling. I’m just a bit lost with how to increase the volume further (the max isn’t that high and I can’t imagine I’m asking for anything higher than most indie fans would want with their favourite tracks).
"The fitting for the ear is a bit fiddly and getting the buds into the correct charging position can be awkward if the fittings slip. However, they are brilliantly stuck in place when jogging, and have the back up of telling me where each bud was last positioned if I look at their settings. VERY impressed for the price."
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