this offer limited in time and units available. The discount is juicy: they go from almost €70 to under €40 (€36.99 to be exact).
They are available on eBay with the code you will find below these lines. Xiaomi official website has much more expensive (€59.99).
Don’t worry about delivery times: they will be at your home until July 26, because they are shipped from spain and they don’t have shipping charges. In addition, they offer you a 30-day guarantee on possible returns.
Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro on eBay
Redmi Buds 3 Pro they are the “little brothers” of Apple’s AirPods Pro: much cheaper. Obviously, there are differences between the two, but both do their job perfectly.
This model costs half as much as the famous AirPods Pro, but there is no such cut in performance.
These headphones have Active Noise Cancellation 35dB with three different settings. According to the manufacturer, it can reduce background noise by up to 98%.
Thanks to the algorithm artificial intelligence evaluates the environment based on ambient noise levels and usage habits.
When the transparency mode is enabled, you can hear the surrounding sounds without removing the headphones. Have fast and wireless charging, can be made from the body.
faster and easier
Thanks to the built-in low-power chip, the headphones can work up to 6 hours without recharging. With the charging case, the earbuds can work for 28 hours.
These headphones can connect to two devices at the same time, even if they are from different platforms like Android, iOS or Windows. Thus, via Bluetooth, they will be quickly paired with the mobile phone as soon as the case is opened.
To answer the call is enough double-tap the earpiece. It also supports the voice activation control feature.
In addition, they detect if they are inside the ear and are automatically suspended when you take off your headphones.
They comply with IPX4 certification, which makes them resistant to splashes of sweat or water.
Source: Computer Hoy
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