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These Sony wireless noise-canceling headphones are only $88 for Prime Day

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Looking for a trendy pair of new wireless headphones? The

Sony WHCH710N headphones

 are currently on sale for just $88 — down from $200 — as part of Amazon’s Prime Day sales. This is one of the best Prime Day headphone deals currently available, so don’t hesitate before pressing “buy.” You never know when stock might run out. 

Become one with the Sony wireless headphones’ advanced noise-canceling, so when you’re wearing these headphones the outside world will cease to exist. You’ll also get about 35 hours of battery life on one charge and if you’re ever running low, a quick 10-minute boost will give you an additional 60 minutes of listening time. Apart from noise-canceling, you can also tune into the ambient mode which allows you to hear any important sounds in the world around you. Use these headphones for more than just music — try hands-free calling when you’re jogging or multitasking on an important work project. You’ll even be satisfied with the comfort and fit of your new headphones. The oval-shaped ear pads and adjustable metal headband lets you adjust your headphones to envelope your ears completely for an optimal listening experience.

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These Sony wireless headphones are portable as well. Simply swivel your earcups flat and carry them in your everyday bag. These round headphones will also never stick out. Their sleek, rounded design and blue and black color options make it a great option for both leisure and office use. When these headphones are blasting all your favorite tunes in your ears, the sound clarity will always be crystal-clear. Hear low bass sounds with total clarity and distinctly catch every background vocal and harmonization with these headphones’ powerful 30mm drivers. The sound quality will truly give you an almost other-worldly experience.

With a long battery life, powerful sound quality, and two new listening modes, the Sony WHCH710N headphones are one of the most affordable, well-rounded headphones currently on the market. Jump on this deal as soon as you can before you miss your chance to invest in these sleek, power-packed headphones. We don’t expect to see another price drop on this pair of headphones anytime soon. 

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