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1More hijacks Cyber Week with its excellent true wireless earbuds for $65

1More Stylish review
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Cyber Monday is down to the wire and the deals are going fast. But one company has decided to buck the trend by making its Cyber Monday savings last just a little longer. 1More, the maker of wired and wireless headphones and earbuds that continually push the envelope for value, is having a 35% off Cyber Week sale on its most popular products. But the one we’re most excited about is the 1More Stylish true wireless earbuds at $65 — down from their regular price of $100.

You should know that 1More’s products are also on sale on Amazon, but if you buy from 1More directly using the code “BFCM” when you check out, you’ll get a better price. Amazon is offering 30% off, but 1More will bump that to 35% off, and who doesn’t want a better deal?

The 1More Stylish are, in some ways, the perfect true wireless earbuds for people who just want the convenience of going wire-free without sacrificing sound quality. These earbuds don’t go in for the fancy stuff: There’s no active noise cancellation, or hands-free access to voice assistants, or activity tracking. Instead, they offer a modicum of sweat resistance, 6.5 hours of listening time on a charge, and rock-solid wireless connections.

Sound quality is where these buds excel, especially for the price. When we reviewed them, we found they had both bold bass and well-balanced mid- and high-range frequencies — something a lot of other earbuds struggle to maintain.

The charging case is small enough to take with you anywhere you go, and takes the total playtime on the 1More Stylish to 26 hours. A quick-charging feature will get you three hours of listening time with just 15 minutes of socket time — about the same as Apple’s AirPods.

We think the discounted price of $65 makes the 1More Stylish an absolute no-brainer of a deal that we can heartily recommend to anyone who isn’t looking for audiophile-grade sound or active noise canceling.

1More has also discounted these other models too:

  • Triple Driver Over Ear – now $124.50 (regularly $200)
  • Piston Fit – now $8.50 (regularly $15)
  • Stylish Wired – now $16.25 (ergularly $30)
  • Stylish BT – now $39 (regularly: $70)

Still looking for great wireless headphone deals? Cyber Monday still has a few hours left, and we’ve still got some great prices.

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