The true wireless earbuds that make AirPods sound like $10 drug store earbuds have never been cheaper

Maren Estrada

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Earlier this week, the insanely good Master & Dynamic MW07 True Wireless Earphones dropped from $300 to an all-time low of $218.95 on Amazon, and we couldn’t believe it. These incredible premium earbuds make other cord-free buds — including Apple’s AirPods — sound like cheap toys. We have more good news for you on Friday, in case you missed this sale when we first told you about it: Amazon is still offering the discount right now, and there are three other color options that have been slashed from $300 to $249. If you missed out on this deal earlier in the week, definitely get in on the action now before it’s too late. Trust us, these earphones are going to blow you away!

Here are the key details from the product page:

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  • WIRELESS BLUETOOTH EARPHONES: Quick pairing technology and 20+ meter range of Bluetooth connectivity.

  • NOISE ISOLATING: Snug, noise-isolating fit that makes it more difficult to hear outside ambient noises and conversation.

  • BEST EARBUDS FOR MUSIC: Whether you want to listen to jazz or hip-hop, MW07 delivers exceptional sound and crisp audio.

  • SUPERIOR COMFORT & FIT: lightweight material and proprietary silicone “fit wing” in two detachable sizes for a custom and extra secure in-ear fit.

  • CHARGING CASE: Hand-polished stainless steel charging case provides elegant mobility and holds 3 additional charges for a total of 14 hours of listening time.

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