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The Bose SoundSport Free true wireless earbuds in limited edition ultraviolet are down to $139

The Bose SoundSport Free Sport true wireless earbuds (opens in new tab) are down to $139. This Amazon Exclusive version of the earbuds has only ever sold for $199. Today's deal is a new low price.

These are Amazon Exclusive because of the color: ultraviolet with midnight blue. The only other place to find this specific color is on the Bose website (opens in new tab), where they are also on sale for $139.95. The other colors are not on sale, still going for around $170 (opens in new tab).

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The Ultraviolet with Midnight Blue color is an Amazon Exclusive, and this sale is the lowest yet. These are water-resistant and have five hours of playtime per earbud. You'll get an extra 10 hours with the case. Use the app to find lost buds.

These earbuds have Sport in the name because they are designed to accompany you to the gym or for a run outside. For one thing, they are IPX4 rated for both sweat and water resistance. You don't have to worry about damaging the insides just because you decided to go for a run or got caught in the rain. They also come with three different pairs of StayHear+ sport tips. Find the perfect fit for your ears to ensure they won't pop out when things get heavy.

The battery for each earbud will provide you up to five hours of playtime. The included charging case can give you another 10 hours of play before needing to recharge, and the case only needs about two hours to fully charge back up.

The buds also work with the Bose Connect app on iOS and Android. It's free and gives you some added functionality. For example, if you happen to misplace one of the buds you can use the Find My Buds feature to locate it. This has happened to me so often and the earbuds I use have no feature like this. It'd be super convenient to have. You can also use the Connect app to update the firmware.

The dual microphone array on the right earbud allows you to use them to take calls when connected via Bluetooth to a smartphone. This, along with the call audio, is only available through the right earbud.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.
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  • I own the blue ones. They sound great and fit great, too. It doesn't take long to get used to the controls. You can set a standby time or leave them to stay on. Phone calls come in on the right hand side only. The case has several charges in it. The only downside to these is, I use a Note10+ in an Otterbox Defender case on a belt holster, and while they work fine at work, while walking home, they tend to kick in and out several times. I've contacted Bose about my issue, and tried everything they suggested with no fix. They had me send the buds themselves - I kept the gels and charging case - and they sent me a whole new kit. The new ones didn't fix the problem. I found that it may be caused by a static build-up, because it seems to only happen when wearing a jacket. To sorta solve my problem, I hang my phone around my neck under my jacket and they work fine.