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Black Friday special: Score these $200 earbuds for just $67.15 with code

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Most things in life are better with music. Whether you're relaxing at home, commuting to work, or getting your sweat on at the gym, you’ll want a pair of earbuds that sound great, last a while, and won't fall apart after a few uses. Finding a pair that checks all those boxes would usually run you a few hundred dollars, but today you can get your hands on one for a fraction of the price. The Kharbon IP67 Wireless Earbuds are only $57.08 with code BFSAVE15 today.

The Kharbon IP67 Wireless Earbuds provide an unparalleled listening experience that’ll suit virtually any activity. You can wear them at home, on the way to the office, or even during an intense workout. They’ll remain firmly in place while providing high fidelity sound that'll let you concentrate on the task at hand and not on your earbuds.

And, unlike other models, you won’t be forced to recharge your Kharbons every few hours. That’s because their battery can provide up to 150 hours of pure listening enjoyment on one single charge. You could literally wear them all day long without skipping a beat. Plus they offer noise cancellation technology as well as an IP67 waterproof rating to make sure neither noise nor water drowns out your tunes.

If you want to upgrade to a true wireless setup, then these earbuds are a smart choice. Pick up a set of Kharbon IP67 Wireless Earbuds, available in black, silver, or red at a Black Friday price of $57.08 when you use the code BFSAVE15 at check out.

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