Deal | Sony WF-1000XM5 wireless earbuds fall to their lowest price ever in limited-time headphone sale ↺
At the end of July, Sony has officially revealed the latest iteration of its high-end wireless earbuds, which are one of the more popular alternatives to Apple's successful AirPods Pro (from US$199 on Amazon). However, the WF-1000XM5 are even more expensive than the counterpart from Cupertino, which is why many prospective buyers are probably waiting for a corresponding discount on Sony's ANC headphones.
Fortunately, the Sony WF-1000XM5 can now be ordered at a discount of almost US$60 as the coupon code "SAVE20EXTRA" shaves 20 percent off the headphone's official price tag of US$299. This offer comes from the highly rated US online retailer BuyDig, which is a Sony authorized seller. Most importantly, this sale sets a new all-time low for the wireless earbuds from the Japanese tech company, which have yet to receive any type of discount on Amazon. Please note that this deal for the WF-1000XM5 headphones with ANC will only last until September 25 or until sold out.
In comparison to the impressive predecessor, the WF-1000XM5 have received a number of noteworthy upgrades. For instance, the wireless Sony in-ear headphones weigh 20 percent less and are 25 percent smaller, but they are supposed to offer 8 hours of continuous battery life with ANC enabled. Rtings further praises the build quality, stable fit and fantastic noise isolation, but also notes that the included ear tips might not feel comfortable for everyone. Nonetheless, Android users and other audiophiles who are in the market for a pair of flagship earbuds may want to take this deal into consideration as most Sony products usually don't receive such a steep discount just a couple of months after release.
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