Amazon today is discounting the Powerbeats Pro in Lava Read to $149.95, down from $249.95. This is now the lowest price we've ever tracked for the Beats wireless headphones, but at this time Amazon is only offering the sale in the Lava Red color.

powerbeats pro jun 2020 feature2Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Amazon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

The second best deal on other colors remains at $159.99 in Moss and Spring Yellow, which is the same sale we saw on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Stock for these headphones is dwindling fast, so be sure to place your order soon if you want a pair in for the holidays.

The Powerbeats Pro are the sports alternative to Apple's AirPods Pro, and offer greater sweat resistance and a more secure over-ear fit. You can find other sales on Beats products today, including the Solo Pro and Solo3 Wireless.

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Top Rated Comments

ryanasimov Avatar
48 months ago

They are a garbage product. I went through about three pairs with various issues (charging issues, bluetooth issues and simply no longer working issues). The rep at the store basically said they were junk, he'd had all kinds of returns and suggested that I do a free swap for Air Pod Pros, which I did.
Everyone has different experiences. I've owned a pair for more than a year and they've been perfect; the battery life is nearly double the AirPod Pros, same H1 chip, and each earpiece has their own physical controls for volume and play. The earhooks are extremely important to me because AirPods (even Pros) don't fit very securely. For me they are extremely comfortable, to the point where I sometimes forget I'm wearing one. They don't have ANC, but that doesn't matter to me because most of the time I wear just one, as I listen mostly to podcasts and use them for phone calls.

Different uses and experiences for everyone, so it's not accurate to paint them with the the broad brush of "garbage".
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
az431 Avatar
48 months ago

They are a garbage product. I went through about three pairs with various issues (charging issues, bluetooth issues and simply no longer working issues). The rep at the store basically said they were junk, he'd had all kinds of returns and suggested that I do a free swap for Air Pod Pros, which I did.
I own a pair, and have had zero issues. They are among the best-selling and highest-rated earphones on Amazon.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
metalsiren Avatar
48 months ago
I agree I love them, they are my workout headsets
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Spock Avatar
48 months ago
I get so confused with all these Beats products, it’s time for Apple to clean up the headphone line entirely.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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