The TaoTronics BH085 active noise-canceling over-ear Bluetooth headphones have dropped to $36.99 when you use the coupon code B47T92RT during checkout. These headphones normally sell for around $50, but they are currently discounted to around $42. And then the code just drops them even more. Some people have seen a $5 off on-page coupon, so you can always click that if you see it for some extra savings. However, it's not there for everyone, especially if you've bought something from TaoTronics recently. That's just icing on the cake, though, since it's still a worthy deal at $37.
These are Bluetooth headphones with a lot of features, but those features don't also kill the battery life like you might expect with budget headphones. Your battery life will last for up to 40 hours on a full charge, which only takes 45 minutes. You can also use the built-in quick charge through USB-C to get two hours of life after just five minutes of charging. That's important when you need the headphones in a hurry but you left them sitting out all night. Of course, using Bluetooth and active noise-canceling will eat into that time, but you can turn off the ANC to preserve power if you don't really need it and prefer to have the headphones last longer.
Sound-wise, you get 40mm drivers with powerful audio and rich music. The Bluetooth 5.0 tech means low latency between your music and your ears and no interuptions from outside sources. Play Hi-Fi audio and tune out the rest of the world with these headphones.
The headband is adjustable, and the ear cups rotate up to 90 degrees so you can find the perfect fit. The soft protein memory foam will help keep you comfortable even during long listening sessions. There are built-in microphones, too, with the cVc 8.0 noise-canceling tech to help you communicate clearly when taking or making phone calls. Clear out the background noise and talk with little hassle.
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