By Sarah Finley
Wireless earphones or earbuds are one of the best ways to stay motivated when you go out for a long run or you hit the gym - blasting music or an inspiring podcast into your ears as you put one foot in front of the other or grab that next weight.
We're talking about the Sony WF-XB700 Extra Bass True Wireless Earbuds, which have had 30 per cent slashed from their price. Normally priced at $129.99, you can currently snap them up for the amazing price of just $99.99 - a massive 30% off!
The earbuds, which come in blue and black, are perfect for when you're out jogging or when you're in the gym completing your workout, with their Bluetooth wireless technology and deep bass, which give you a deep punchy sound. When you're finished working up a sweat, you can also use them to take hands-free calls.
Save almost half price on this Sony earbuds deal:
Sony WF-XB700 EXTRA BASS True Wireless Earbuds | Was $129.99 | Now $99.99 | Saving $30
These attractive looking earbuds from Sony have wireless Bluetooth technology - meaning you can run or work out without the hassle of wires getting in the way. Water-resistant and with a comfortable fit you'll barely realize you're wearing them - while they last for up to 8 hours of use. There's only a few left, so move fast!
Sarah is a freelance journalist who writes about fitness and wellbeing for the BBC, Woman&Home and Tech Radar. During lockdown she found her love of running outside again and now attempts to run around 50 miles a month. When it comes to other fitness, she loves a sweaty cardio session – although since she’s been working out from home she’s sure her downstairs neighbors aren’t too happy about it. She also loves to challenge herself - and has signed up to do hiking holidays, intense bootcamps and last year she went on her dream activity holiday: paddle boarding around deserted islands in Croatia. On her rest days, she loves to recover with a simple yoga flow session – the perfect antidote to her active fitness schedule.
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