It doesn’t take a seasoned audiophile to figure out that Bose makes some of the world’s best true wireless earbudsand some of the best high-end Bluetooth wireless headphones money can buy. But the company’s prices are often the main obstacle preventing many people from choosing a QuietComfort product, for instance, over some of the more budget-minded competition out there.
Marked all the way down from $279 to $199 for Black Friday 2021 in brand-new condition, the aptly named Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are much cheaper than that right now, undercutting everything from Apple’s AirPods Pro and non-Pro AirPods 3 to Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 2 and Buds Pro.
Of course, those are not entirely fair comparisons, as $129 can only buy you these particular noise-cancelling bad boys in refurbished condition. On the decidedly bright side of things, we’re talking “certified” refurbs here sold by none other than Bose on eBay together with a comprehensive two-year warranty provided by Allstate.
Even better, the Triple Black-coated units listed at $199 a pair but actually available for $70 less once you apply the “BOSESAVE70” coupon code to your order are described as “pristine”, offering “like-new” functionality in a presumably “like-new” package after clearing a professional inspection, cleaning, and restoration process conducted by the manufacturer itself.
In short, there’s every chance these deeply discounted earbuds will look as good and work as well as all-new units currently priced at a way higher $219 on Amazon, for example. Technically, the aforementioned promo code should be available until January 31, but the same may not be true for the certified refurbished QuietComfort Earbuds themselves.
As you can imagine, their state-of-the-art active noise cancellation, stylish design, high-fidelity audio, up to six hours of battery life, wireless charging case, and IPX4 water resistance makes these puppies extremely popular at just $129, so there’s really no telling how quickly the “limited” inventory up for grabs at the time of this writing will be depleted.