The SoundPeats TrueFree Plus true wireless earbuds drop to $23.69 when you combine the $6 off on-page coupon with the code 792CUFIB at Amazon. The two discounts stack together to help lower than price to one of the lowest we have ever seen. These earbuds have never dropped below $23 directly, and they rarely go on sale at all without coupon codes like in today's deal. Without the discounts, the earbuds are going for $33.
The SoundPeats earbuds use Bluetooth 5.0 technology. This is one of the latest iterations of Bluetooth and includes a high-resolution decoder built right in along with advanced audio coding technology. With Bluetooth 5.0, you'll get great Hi-Fi audio, low latency for little interuption in your music, and fantastic power consumption so your earbuds last longer.
You'll be able to pair your earbuds right out of the case, and they will start automatically turning on when you pull them out in the future. The pairing is simple and once it's done you won't have to worry about it. Each earbud has a user-friendly button, too, so it's easy to play or pause your music on the fly. The buttons can also be used to switch tracks or answer phone calls with a simple push.
With built-in microphones in both earbuds, you can enjoy hands-free phone calls. You can also access your phone's voice assistant and use voice commands. If you're using both earbuds, you can do voice calls in stereo mode.
Each earbud lasts between 3.5 and 4 hours, and you'll get up to 10 times the charge if you use the included charging case. That's a long time to go before you ever even have to plug the earbuds in anywhere. You'll also get different-sized ear tips to find the most comfortable fit.
SoundPeats backs these up with a 1-year warranty. These are great budget earbuds, but you might want something a little different. We've got a great roundup featuring all the best true wireless earbuds for everything from sound quality to active noise-canceling.
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