Deals: AirPods Pro Are Available to Ship Today at $234.98 on Amazon

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Apple's AirPods Pro have returned to their low price of $234.98 on Amazon, down from $249.00. At about $14 off, this remains the lowest price we've ever tracked for a brand new model of the AirPods Pro among the major Apple resellers online.

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This sale on the AirPods Pro typically comes around every few weeks on Amazon, and due to low stock it never lasts long. This could be exacerbated by current shipping delays, but as of writing Amazon notes that shoppers can expect the AirPods Pro to arrive between April 7 and April 16. If you've been waiting to purchase a pair, be sure to visit Amazon soon.

$14 OFF
AirPods Pro for $234.98

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8 months ago
$15 off is enough to push people over the fence? I know they rarely if ever go on sale but..

I've oddly resisted getting these from gen 1 airpods

I don't like IEM feeling
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8 months ago
Pass.

Quick overview: They sound amazing [And are significantly louder v.s the regular AirPods], the customizable gel ear tips work very well, the active noise cancellation is absolutely incredible, (Apple nailed it here). However, they are totally different from the regular AirPods In terms of fitment. The interior design I found to be uncomfortable after 30 minutes of wearing, where unfortunately I had to return them. With the interior design, it forces pressure on the surrounding cartilage around the ear, which is what seems a lot of users Had similar experiences with

What Was interesting, I thought I was a minority, apparently it’s a much more commonality to cross for those who experience the same thing I did.

The difference being, the AirPods ‘rest’ in your ear, where the Pros actually Incorporate pressure.


Side note:

I also purchased the Galaxy buds Plus (~$100 cheaper, similar to the AirPods, adjustable wing tips/additional gel tips) excellent little item, but I found the exact same result causing discomfort. Returned
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8 months ago


$15 off is enough to push people over the fence? I know they rarely if ever go on sale but..

I've oddly resisted getting these from gen 1 airpods

I don't like IEM feeling

I with you on that. I still have the first gen and debating to get the 2 gen or waiting for the next best thing ever. I don't know but I don't like the head under water feeling...
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8 months ago


Pass.

Quick overview: They sound amazing [And are significantly louder v.s the regular AirPods], the customizable gel ear tips work very well, the active noise cancellation is absolutely incredible, (Apple nailed it here). However, they are totally different from the regular AirPods In terms of fitment. The interior design I found to be uncomfortable after 30 minutes of wearing, where unfortunately I had to return them. With the interior design, it forces pressure on the surrounding cartilage around the ear, which is what seems a lot of users Had similar experiences with

What Was interesting, I thought I was a minority, apparently it’s a much more commonality to cross for those who experience the same thing I did.

The difference being, the AirPods ‘rest’ in your ear, where the Pros actually Incorporate pressure.


Side note:

I also purchased the Galaxy buds Plus (~$100 cheaper, similar to the AirPods, adjustable wing tips/additional gel tips) excellent little item, but I found the exact same result causing discomfort. Returned

It’s fascinating how people differ so much. I just got done wearing mine for about an hour or more doing yard work. They didn’t cause me any discomfort. I’m sad to hear you experienced that.
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8 months ago
I must possess them.
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8 months ago


Interesting observations, thanks. I was about to pull the trigger on these. I still love my AirPods 1st gen but battery doesn’t last long. What’s the difference between the Gen 1 and Gen 2 AirPods? Wireless case?

Essentially with the first GEN AirPods and second GEN, they’re largely the same With the exception of the H1 Chip,Which transcends into faster Connection time for phone calls, but also has a lower latency, which helps in terms of a crisper-quality sound over the first Gen AirPods.

The wireless case is optional for an additional purchase, but personally, I don’t see the value in that, as I’m perfectly fine using a lightning cable.
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