Apple’s AirPods actually pack fantastic sound quality, but you can’t always tell. That’s because they’re made out of smooth plastic that never stays seated properly in your ears. And if your earbud tips don’t maintain a seal, they can’t isolate the sound and bass almost completely disappears. You know which wireless earbuds don’t have that problem? The VAVA MOOV 28 Wireless Sports Earphones, which are on sale right now on Amazon for under $24 if you use the code QN6ZHL53 at checkout.
Here are some key details from the product page:
* Ergonomically Angled Eartip Design: Inclined silicone eartips reach deeper into the ear for a snug fit that stays put while feeling comfortable when running, jogging, and working out
* Stellar Battery Life: 120mAh battery streams music for up to 8 hours after only 2 hours of charging; Bluetooth 4.1 minimizes power consumption while providing a more stable and reliable connection
* IPX5 Splashproof Build: Internal nano coating keeps the headphones fully functional even when breaking a sweat or being used under light rain
* CD-Like Audio Quality with aptX: Advanced audio codec produces richer, fuller sound while providing the convenience of wireless streaming; support A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, and HFP profiles
* Aluminum Design with Built-In Magnets: Durable, premium build withstands wear and tear and the user’s expectations; lock the headphones around your neck for a sporty, yet secure way to carry
Bluetooth Headphones, VAVA MOOV 28 Wireless Sports Earphones in Ear Earbuds with 8 Hours Playti…: $23.79 (use code QN6ZHL53)
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