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Music is sacred for many during a morning commute, a long workout, or even while you work. But even though hardcore listeners are willing to invest a lump sum of money into their listening experience, it doesn’t mean they have to.
After breaking my own expensive headphones, I knew I wasn’t willing to throw another few Benjamins at a new pair. But as I was roaming around the tech section of every store I could think of, I stumbled upon the Soundcore Anker Liberty Air True-Wireless Earphones. And though every new headphone purchase calls for some skepticism, these haven’t let me down.
For 80 bucks, I was able to have the same (and maybe even better) listening experience with these Bluetooth headphones than my high-end pair. The Soundcore Anker Liberty Air Earphones actually block out sound so you can focus on your tunes. With its inner ear structure, it fits any ear size (and it comes with various silicone earbud covers). Additionally, both earphones use sensory controls that allow you to answer and end calls, play and pause music, as well as skip a song.
Though the headphones last up to seven hours on a single charge, the shipment comes with its own charging case. Ultimately, you can have up to 28 hours of listening time when used with the case. Plus, the package comes with a USB cord so you can charge it with a laptop, portable charger, or with any USB outlet. And if you’re worried you’re running out of juice, once you’re connected, you can see how much battery power is in the headphones before you need to throw them back in the case for a recharge.
Since I bought them almost a year ago, they’re still in good shape. But there’s also an 18-month warranty if you think something will go wrong. Save yourself some dough and shop these babies for $80.
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