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Score 35% off 1More True Wireless Headphones and more for Black Friday

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Keen to upgrade your headphones and not sure where to look with all the Black Friday madness? A great place for when you’re on a budget is 1More and the official site has a massive 35% off all its headphones when you use the code BFCM.

In recent years, 1More has been killing it with excellent value headphones and earphones that rival some of the biggest names out there like Apple and Bose, while being much kinder on your wallet. Now, you can enjoy this high quality at an even lower price with the BFCM discount code that runs from November 29 until December 6.

The code works on anything on the site, including truly wireless earphones, portable speakers, and even replacement ear tips. However, there are some particularly awesome highlights worth mentioning.

Stylish True Wireless earbuds — $65 (originally $100)

These include the Stylish True Wireless earbuds that we found provided superior sound and sweat proofing to Apple AirPods.

Normally priced at $100, with the code you can get them for $65 which is an astonishing bargain for earbuds that will last you a long time to come. The earbuds provide 6.5 hours of battery life with that extending to 24 hours total once you put them in their charging case. They fit snugly in your ear whether you’re listening at home or working out, and there’s never any need to worry about cables either.

The earphones utilize Qualcomm aptX audio technology and AAC hi-res transmission so they’re optimized for your Android or iOS smartphone, providing better sounding audio at similar bit rates.

Finally, there’s a choice of colors too including black, gold, mint green, and pink.

Triple Driver in-ear headphones — $52 (originally $80)

Alternatively, if you prefer to have in-ear headphones that are wired, there’s the Triple Driver in-ear headphones. Normally priced at $80, the code brings them down to $52.

These headphones have two balanced armatures and a separate dynamic driver for a superior listening experience. They come with an impressive nine different sets of ear tips so you can get the perfect fit for you, and they’ve been expertly tuned with the help of internationally acclaimed producer, Luca Bernard.

Comfortable and subtle to wear, they’ve been subject to many very positive reviews so $52 is a bargain given the lesser earphones you could buy for the same price.

1MoreQuad Driver in-ear headphones — $110 (originally $170)

Feel like spending a little more on a more luxurious set of earphones? The 1More Quad Driver in-ear headphones are for you. Ordinarily priced at $170, they’re down to $1110 with the BFCM code. When we reviewed them, we loved their superior sound quality and their classy accessory package, but we weren’t sure if they were worth the extra compared to the normally $100 Triple Drivers in-ear headphones. Nearly the same price as what you would normally pay for these, this is the perfect time to treat yourself to the Quad Driver in-ear headphones.

As the name suggests, there are four drivers to these headphones with a diamond-like carbon dynamic driver and three balanced armatures that promise to deliver great sound quality. We certainly found it to be the case. The quality also continues with the look of the earphones with a streamlined aluminum sound chamber that looks great and feels good in your ear, too.

Besides the headphones, you also get a smart magnetic clasping gift box, a faux leather traveling case, and nine sets of ear tips to get things just right. There’s even a matching shirt clip included. It’s an excellent time to buy these classy headphones.

The site-wide discount runs from November 29 until December 6. With 35% off everything using the BFCM code along with free ground shipping on all orders, it’s a good time to buy yourself a new pair of headphones for superior sound quality this holiday season.

Bargain hunters on the lookout for more incredible deals should peruse our list of the best Black Friday deals. We’ll be updating it from now through the event, so we suggest making it your one-stop shop for all the latest savings. More interested in Cyber Monday? We have a list for that, too.

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