We’ve kept a lookout for good AirPods deals, and there have been quite a few good bargains lately. However, Apple’s AirPods Pro just came out late last year, so sales on that model are pretty rare. But with promo code JEZGSJ, you can take them home for only $220 for a limited time.
Typically, the AirPods Pro retail for $250. Buying from Google Shopping and using the above code, you can snag these for just $220, an additional $22 off the current sale price of $242. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen yet for the AirPods Pro, so we certainly recommend taking advantage of this deal.
Apple’s latest earbuds are a definite improvement over its predecessors. There is a marked improvement in sound quality, on par with the big names in the business like Bose and Sony. This came as a surprise to our reviewers, which given the lackluster sound of the original AirPods, the difference is all the more notable.
Another notable win for the AirPods Pro is its noise cancellation capabilities. Indeed, at this price for a pair of earbuds, you would expect some kind of noise cancellation capabilities. Again, Apple impresses with equal quality noise-canceling capabilities as Sony and Bose.
You can choose to allow none or all of the sounds from the outside in, and we found the latter to sound surprisingly natural. But where Apple rules the roost is in call quality, by far.
The AirPods Pro delivers what might be the best call sound quality of any earbuds we’ve tried yet. While there are some earbuds out there that perform very well, for the everyday person, these are the best by far.
Audio from our calls sounded clear, even in windy conditions. Our reviewer also talked as a bus passed by, and it was barely audible. Compare this to the WH-1000XM3, which we tested at the same time, and not only was the audio quality noticeably poorer, but louder sounds like that bus drowned out the caller’s audio.
All in all, you just can’t go wrong with the AirPods Pro, and especially at the price we’ve found. But act fast — this promo code (JEZGSJ) can expire at any time.
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