Deal: Samsung Gear IconX (2018) Wireless Earbuds For $149 - Prime Day 2018

Samsung discounted a wide variety of its products for this year's Prime Day, with its Gear IconX (2018) wireless earbuds being among those items. The latest iteration of the company's truly wireless in-ear headphones is now available for $149.99, $20 down its regular price. The catch, as is the case with a lot of deals that went live on Amazon today, is that you have to sign up for Prime membership in order to take advantage of this exclusive discount.

Doing so is generally a good idea if you shop a lot online given how it will provide you with access to hundreds of exclusive deals on a regular basis, as well as other benefits such as access to the Prime Video service which rivals Netflix and free express shipping of select products. The Gear IconX (2018) earbuds themselves are lauded as one of the best products in its category, boasting 4GB of storage space that allows them to operate fully independently, i.e. without being paired to an Android or iOS smartphone.

Coupled with built-in fitness tracking capabilities and long battery life, you're able to track your runs and listen to music while leaving your handset at home and saving yourself the awkwardness or extra fuss caused by carrying it in such scenarios. This particular deal will likely only be live for 36 hours or while Samsung has the Gear IconX (2018) in stock, so refer to the banner below if you want to take advantage of it in that short timespan.

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