An enhanced audio experience can make all the difference when it comes to immersion while gaming. If you’ve been looking to upgrade your setup without making too big of a dent in your bank account, then this deal on the second generation Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds is well worth your attention.
Currently, Amazon is selling the second gen Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds for just $69.97, which is almost half off the usual $129.99 price tag. It’s such a nice deal, in fact, that Amazon has never offered them cheaper.
Boasting noise canceling technology and a 60ms low-latency gaming mode, the Razer Hammerhead earbuds should be able to keep you absorbed and immersed in all the action going on on your screen. The in-built microphones also feature their own noise canceling, so your teammates will be able to hear you loud and clear when gaming online.
Today's best Razer Hammerhead True Wireless (2nd Gen) deal
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless (2nd Gen) bluetooth gaming earbuds - was
$129.99 now $69.97 at Amazon
Save $60 - These second generation Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds have never been cheaper at Amazon, making this a fantastic time to consider picking them up. As well as offering noise canceling, in built microphones, a low-latency gaming mode, the side lights are also fully customizable with millions of colors, so you can make sure they match your aesthetic.
Price check: Walmart - $79.99
More gaming earbuds deals quick links
- Amazon: up to $20 off ASUS ROG, HyperX and SoundMaster earbuds
- Walmart: save up to $30 on Bose, Skullcandy and JLab buds
- Best Buy: savings of up to $50 for Logitech G and ASUS ROG true wireless buds
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