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These great Sony WF-XB700 wireless earbuds are over 50% off – but not for long

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If you're still looking for a pair of true wireless earbuds in the Prime Day deals, you could be in luck, as there's an amazing Lightning Deal on right now for Sony's WF-XB700 earbuds (opens in new tab) that you won't want to miss.

The Sony WF-XB700 true wireless earbuds are down to just $59.99 right now, which is $70 cheaper than the usual asking price of $129.99. We gave them four out of five stars in our review (so you know they're good), and with this kind of saving you'll want to make sure to snag a pair before they sell out. (Not in the US? Scroll down for deals in your region).

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– These true wireless earbuds have a lot to offer: they deliver a fun, energetic sound quality, they feel comfortable during long listening sessions, and have an 18-hour combined battery life. They may lack active noise cancellation, but they're a fantastic buy at this price.

These true wireless earbuds are at a great price right now for just $59.99 at Amazon US. When we reviewed the Sony WF-XB700 earbuds we gave them four out of five stars, noting that they packed quite a punch with their bass, and offered a comfortable fit.

Thanks to the IPX4 waterproof rating, they're sweat and water-resistant, making them a fantastic choice for your next pair of gym earbuds – and even if you aren't a fan of working out these are a great pair of true wireless earbuds that won't break the bank, especially at this limited-time price.

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No matter where you live, you'll find all the lowest prices for the Sony WF-XB700 from around the web right here, with offers available in your region. 

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