By Matt Evans
Beats Powerbeats Pro are among the best workout earbuds and best running headphones we've ever tried. They're noise-cancelling, allowing you to forget about everything except your workout, they're secure thanks to the on-ear hooks and they're packing Beats' signature bassy sound.
In our review, we said: "For workouts, immersive sound and watching video, there’s nothing better. The true wireless freedom while exercising is exhilarating, they’ll never fall out and the sound is top-notch. If you’re after a solid pair of gym headphones, make the investment - these are the best in class."
Right now, you can get a tremendous Beats Powerbeats Pro deal at Best Buy. You can save $50 on the price of the headphones and get a free six-month subscriptions for Apple Music, worth $60. In total, you're getting a $110 discount. Check out the deal below:
Get the Beats Powerbeats Pro deal below:
Beats Powerbeats Pro wireless earbuds | was $249.99 | now $199.99 + six months of Apple Music
Save on some of the best workout earbuds and one of the best music streaming services. Beats have a reinforced design for sweat and water resistance, and each earbud has full volume, track controls and up to 9 hours of listening time.
Apple Music is a terrific streaming service that works well with other top-flight fitness tech such as the Apple Watch Series 6. AM includes "spacial audio", a multi-dimensional listening experience with selected tracks that make full use of Beats' incredible audio quality.
Combined with the headphones' noise-cancelling quality and snug fit, you're getting an immersive experience whether you're using them in the gym, powering the tunes to hit your next PB, or watching a video on your phone during your commute. And, of course, you can control it all on your Powerbeats Pro with just a touch of a button.
Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and Channel Editor at Fit&Well. He's previously written for titles like Men's Health and Red Bull, and covers all things exercise and nutrition on the Fit&Well website. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen kickboxer and runner. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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