For Work (and Workouts) These JBL Earbuds With 20 Hours of Battery Life Are Just $119

RS Editors
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We’re just one month into a new year and we’re already seeing a number of top earbuds sales launching online. Our pick: this Amazon deal, which gets you $30 off a pair of top-rated JBL Wireless Earbuds.

Regularly $149.95, the JBL LIVE 300TWS Bluetooth earbuds are on sale right now for just $119.95 on Amazon and on This is the cheapest price we’ve seen for these true wireless earbuds since Black Friday.

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These wireless earbuds feature JBL’s signature bold, bright sound, with easy pairing to let you stream music or take calls from your phone or laptop. They pair with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa too, so you can change songs, adjust volume and more, using just your voice.

Unlike some bulky earbuds, these fit securely in your ears to create a more immersive experience even when you’re on the move. Turn on JBL’s “Ambient Aware” technology when you need to pay attention to your surroundings (say, when you need to listen for traffic while on a run or bike ride). JBL’s “TalkThru” mode, meantime, lets you pause the music without having to remove the earbuds — just swipe your fingers on the earbuds to turn the music on and off.

These earbuds are great for working out, with an IPX5 rating for being sweat-proof and water-resistant; they’ll hold up even if you’re accidentally caught in the rain, and can take splashes without ruining its components. We like them for yoga and meditation too.

Get up to six hours of playback time on a single charge, and up to 20 hours with the included charging case. What we like: a ten-minute charge gets you over an hour’s worth of listening time.

These best-selling earbuds have a 4.3-star rating (out of five) from more than 3000 reviewers online. This $30 off deal runs on and until supplies last. Shop early to take advantage of the sale now.

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