Beats Solo3 Headphones With Apple’s Instant Pairing Are Just $99 Right Now

Beats Solo3 Headphones With Apple’s Instant Pairing Are Just $99 Right Now

The Beats Solo3 wireless headphones complete with Apple’s W1 chip are currently available to purchase with a 50% discount applied. For those that act quickly, this whopping discount means that the Solo3 headphones can be picked up for just $99.99.

If you want to buy into Apple’s marketing hype, then the Solo3 headphones are “designed for sound” and “tuned for emotion.” Music is extremely emotive to a lot of people so it makes perfect sense that Apple would want to tap into those feelings in order to try and differentiate their hardware from the competition. As with all Beats products, the stunning Beats sound lives at the heart of the headphones. The headphones deliver premium playback with fine-tuned acoustics designed to maximise clarity, breadth, and balance.

Battery life is extremely important where wireless headphones are concerned. The Beats Solo3 delivers up to 40-hours of battery life driven by the efficiency of the W1 chip that we previously mentioned. Users will also get access to the Fast Fuel technology that provides up to 3-hours of playback based on a quick 5-minute charge.

The on-ear, cushioned cups are adjustable and are designed to ensure that the wearer gets maximum comfort for a prolonged period of time. Another benefit of the wonderful W1 chip is that it offers a seamless and reliable connection experience with other Apple devices. That makes the Beats Solo3 and Apple’s iPhone a powerful combination.

The direct product link to make this purchase is listed below. There are no discount codes or coupons available to achieve the advertised price but you will need to act with haste before the deal expires. Deals like this are usually time-limited or based on the number of units sold, which means that they could be pulled at any time.

Buy: Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones from Amazon: $99.99 | Original price: $199.95

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