Tuesday , January 26 2021

Cyber Monday: Get these $259 noise cancelling headphones for just $56


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The right headphones make all the difference. Obviously, you’ll need something that provides great sound, but features like noise cancellation tech and wireless connectivity can make or break the perfect pair of headphones. Which is exactly what the Z2’s from TREBLAB deliver — especially considering you can get them this Cyber Monday for only $56 with code CMSAVE20.

An Amazon Choice Product, TREBLAB Z2’s provide users with the sound quality they need and the luxury features they most desire — and they offer all this at a price point that’s so economical, practically anyone can afford them. They boast top-grade, neodymium-backed 40 mm speakers for superior audio, T-Quiet™ active noise canceling technology, and an ergonomic design so they can be worn all day. And, with a 32 hour battery, they’ll keep going as long as you.

The holiday season is approaching fast. Give yourself ― or someone you love — the gift of music with TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones, normally priced at $259, and discounted to just $56 when you enter the code CMSAVE20 on Cyber Monday.

Don’t wait for Black Friday—you can get these top-sellers at deep discounts today!

Prices subject to change.

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