If you’re hunting for a set of truly wireless earbuds that offer great sound quality, active noise cancellation, IPX7 water resistance, a comfy fit, and other handy features, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro are at an especially good price today on Amazon. Normally $200, the silver and violet colorways are $150, which is the lowest price we’ve seen to date on a new set.
These work best on Samsung phones, and you’ll lose out on their automatic device switching feature and the 3D audio feature on other Android phones. Same goes for iOS, but they’re even more limited on that platform. The Galaxy Buds iOS app mentions that the Buds Pro aren’t supported, but my colleague Chris Welch wrote in his review that this means iPhone users can’t use the Buds Pro’s voice detect feature that automatically turns the music down when you’re talking. Otherwise, you’ll still be able to pair and use them.
Another wireless earbud deal you might care about is on refurbished Apple AirPods at Woot that cost just $95. These are the second-generation model that include a wired charging case that originally sold for $159. They’re new right now at some retailers for $120, but head over to Woot if you want to save even more. This model is a “grade A” unit with “minimal cosmetic damage” at most, and with “like-new functionality.” These are covered with a 90-day warranty through Woot.
One of the best leftover Memorial Day deals is on the 40mm GPS version of the Apple Watch Series 6. It’s for the model with a red-colored casing and sport band, and its price is down to $329 at Walmart (originally $399). The bigger 44mm Apple Watch Series 6 in this colorway is $359 at Amazon. No other colors are seeing this big of a price cut right now, so check out this deal if you want Apple’s latest wearable without paying full price, and if you’re in love with red.
The latest generation of Amazon’s Echo Dot smart speaker with a built-in LED display that tells the time and temperature is $15 off. You can snag one for $45. It has seen a discount every few weeks since it launched earlier in 2021, but it hasn’t gone much lower than this yet. We predict that it will likely be more affordable during Amazon Prime Day 2021, which might be on June 21st and 22nd, according to Bloomberg.