Listening to music on the go has become a vital part of most of our lives. When most of us are leaving the house, we make sure we have our wallet, phone, keys, and, almost just as important, our headphones. Whether it’s during your commute, at the gym, or just going for a walk, being able to listen to music (maybe even your favorite video game soundtracks) really sets the tone for your day.
Not all headphones are created equal, though. Some headphones lack the quality that your music deserves, and some high-quality ones can get expensive, costing hundreds of dollars. Thankfully, there are headphones that offer great quality at a great price such as these Treblab
Z2 Bluetooth 5.0 Noise Cancelling Headphones
, currently available for only $78.99, on sale from $259 (that’s a savings of 69%).
‘s get their name from bringing twice the quality compared to competing headphones. They are twice as loud for watching movies with quiet dialogue or hearing all the nuance of your music, and they feature a battery that delivers an impressive 35 hours of listening time.
Aside from crystal clear loud audio and ultra-long battery life, the Treblab Z2 offer some convenient features. The headphones come with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology for seamlessly pairing with your smartphone and Treblab’s Sound 2.0 technology. They also deliver intelligent active noise canceling, which listens to ambient noise and cuts out what you don’t want to hear while delivering brilliant quality of what you do.
Users love the Treblab Z2 for their quality and affordability, and one customer writes, “I use it on my treadmill in the basement, and it completely eliminates the sound of the furnace, and most of the treadmill noise. Better at the lower frequencies than the higher ones. There is a difference between sounds when the noise cancellation is on versus off.”
Enjoy double the sound, double the battery life, and double the comfort with the Treblab Z2 headphones,
on sale today for $78.99
Prices subject to change.
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