Deal: BeatsX In-Ear Wireless Headphones for $99 – 11/24/17


Amazon, B&H Photo and Walmart all have the BeatsX In-Ear Wireless Headphones available for $99 right now. That is good for $100 off of its original price and $50 off of its usual price. Making these a great pick up for anyone looking for a pair of headphones to take to the gym or just use with their new smartphone that doesn't have a headphone jack.

The BeatsX are technically made by Apple, since Apple did purchase Beats a few years ago. But that doesn't mean that the BeatsX aren't compatible with Android devices. These will work with anything that uses Bluetooth, which is a nice touch, to say the least. The Beats X are a pair of wireless earbuds that hang around your neck, they are almost a hybrid between regular Bluetooth earbuds and the neckband style. These offer up some pretty incredible sound, which with this being Beats, not everyone will agree. These are very lightweight and also sweatproof, which makes them great for taking on a run or to the gym to get a sweat session in and over with. In the box, Beats provides you with 4 pairs of ear tips, this is because not everyone's ears are the same size, so you have different sizes that you can use to adjust the feeling. There are also some removable wing tips that you can use, if you'd prefer for keeping the BeatsX in your ears. Finally, the BeatsX will last around 8 hours on a single charge.

Now as far as shipping goes, all three retailers do offer up free shipping. Of course, with Amazon you will need an Amazon Prime membership, which you can sign up for a free 30-day trial and get free two-day shipping. B&H Photo does charge taxes but only in the states of New York and New Jersey. Finally, Walmart does charge taxes, and those will vary by State, and it does also offer in-store pickup, but not at all stores, so you'll want to check their website.


BeatsX In-Ear Headphones (Amazon)
BeatsX In-Ear Headphones (B&H Photo)
BeatsX In-Ear Headphones (Walmart)
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