Get your kicks from AAPicks today with a deal which we think you’re going to enjoy: 69% off TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones.
If you’re in the market for some high-quality Wireless headphones, but you don’t want to pay an extra $300 more to have a certain logo on the side (you know which one we mean) then look no further.
TRELAB says that the Z2 stands for 2x greater sound, 2x longer battery and 2x more life enhancing features. Maybe there’s a little rhetoric to that, but these headphones certainly have both the specs and the reviews to impress.
8.7 out of 10 – TechAeris.com
4.4 out of 5 – Amazon customer reviews
No matter how state-of-the-art your earbuds are, you’re never going to be able to get the full bass experience of real headphones. And TRELAB really deliver. Sound2.0™ technology with aptX and active noise-cancellation means crystal clear sound and heart-pumping base.
These wireless headphones are super comfortable, the battery lasts for days, and we must say, they look pretty impressive too. They’re not going to win any awards for style innovation, but then you don’t really want to be that person do you.
A few nice features:
- Top-grade, high-performance neodymium-backed 40mm speakers.
- Latest T-Quiet™ active noise canceling technology drowns out unwanted background noise.
- Designed to fit ergonomically & securely for comfortable all-day wear.
- Incredible 35-hour battery life lets you listen for multiple days.
The original retail price was almost $260, but while this promotion lasts you can pick up a pair for just $78.99. Quite a price drop. For the clumsy types among you, there’s also a lifetime guarantee.
We never know when a good wireless headphones deal will fall into our lap, so grab this one before it expires by hitting the button below.
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