Is it just me, or are headphones the most popular accessory people are wearing nowadays? When it comes to quality, Apple's AirPods Pro are tough to beat—the wireless, sweat-resistant earbuds are practically a modern day essential—and make the best running buddy.
Not only do the minimalist earbuds look super sleek, they're easy to pair with all your other Apple devices, and the tiny little buds even pack serious noise cancelling technology (a must-have when the whole fam's in town for the holidays, amiright?).
But, let's get real. Apple products and the high quality they come with also tend to pair with a high price tag—till today. Yup, Amazon just took nearly 30 percent or $70 off Apple's AirPods Pro ($179, Amazon). The best-selling earbuds normally costs $250, but Amazon's currently selling them for $179. With over 217,000 five-star reviews, you know you're getting some serious bang out of your buck.
Beyond the comfortable, customizable fit and well-loved sound quality, these AirPods have an Apple H1 headphone chip that makes pairing with your smartphone easier than ever (they're iPhone and Android compatible!). Plus, the built-in microphone lets you seamlessly move from work calls to FaceTime, and the hands-free controls allow you to do everything from pause, play, and skip tracks to have your texts read out to you with the simple, "Hey Siri" command on iOS devices.
Now that these are available at such a low cost, there's never been a better time to grab a pair for yourself. And, while you're at it, why not grab a few as gifts for the holidays? Yes, the holidays are coming up, and no—it's never too early to stock up on presents, especially when you're scoring a major deal.
Neha Tandon is the E-Commerce Editor of Women's Health—she's an expert in discovering the best products you can buy and giving recommendations. She discovered her love for magazines when as a teen, she started stealing her mother's magazines. Determined to see more women who look like her and her family members on the glossy covers of magazines, she was guided by seasoned editors and mentors to write for brands including New York Magazine, Bustle, BRIDES, POPSUGAR, Business Insider, Byrdie, and Well+Good. When she’s not grilling dermatologists about the latest skincare trends, she’s doing candlelit yoga or watching Humphrey Bogart movies over vegan pizza. Follow her on Instagram.