Deal: Sennheiser HD 4.40 Around Ear Bluetooth Headphones for $99 - 2/12/18

Amazon has discounted the Sennheiser HD 4.40 Around Ear Bluetooth Headphones, dropping the price to just $99. That's good for about $50 off of its regular price, and this also brings it back down to its all-time lowest price.

The Sennheiser HD 4.40's are a great pair of Bluetooth headphones to pick up. These have a very clean look, without any logos or any real design to it. It's just a pair of black headphones. It may look boring to some, but it looks good. There are controls on the ear cups for controlling the volume as well as adjusting the music that's playing. Sennheiser has also added NFC on the HD 4.40's, making it easier than ever to pair it to your smartphone and start playing music without needing to hunt for the headphones in your Bluetooth settings. Sennheiser quotes that these headphones will last you around 25 hours on a single charge. That's right in line with other headphones that are usually around $300. So not bad at all.

This item is also eligible for Amazon Prime's free shipping. Which includes free two-day shipping, and pretty cheap next-day shipping if you need it here extra fast. If you are not an Amazon Prime member yet, you can sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime by hitting the link below. You'll get 30 days free (if you're a student, you get 6 months), and then it's $99/year. Prime members do get a whole lot more than just free shipping though, so be sure to check out the full benefits.

Sennheiser HD 4.40 Around Ear Bluetooth Headphones
$99
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