Level up your listening with refurbished AirPods Pro at Best Buy from Mashable

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SAVE $100: As of April 23, get a pair of refurbished Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) for $149.99. That’s a discount of 43%.

Summer’s just about here. If you’re planning on walking around, enjoying the warm weather and listening to your favorite songs or podcasts, you’ve got to have the right equipment. A great pair of earbuds should do the trick, and you can’t go wrong with Apple AirPods Pro. Of course, those can be a bit pricey. Luckily, if you’ve got your eye on them and want a great pair of buds to enhance your summer listening, Best Buy has a deal right now that you won’t want to miss.

As of April 23, you can get a pair of refurbished Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) for just $149.99. That’s $100 off their normal price of $249.99 and a discount of 43%. These are Geek Squad Certified Refurbished, meaning they’ve been tested and guaranteed by Best Buy, so you can trust that the buds work like new – and you can get a refund if not.

These earbuds are absolutely fantastic, and the best of Apple’s lineup of audio products. They fit snugly in your ear and come with a variety of replaceable tips to get you the best fit possible. They have excellent noise cancellation to help you immerse yourself in your favorite tunes, so if you’re trying to block out the world, they can help you achieve that. Plus, they’re water-, sweat-, and dust-resistant. You can wear them while swimming, working out, or handling other physical activity without having to worry about them malfunctioning.

With a battery life of 30 hours, they’ll be your constant companion just about everywhere you go. Add in spatial audio and adaptive audio support, and you’ve got a can’t-miss package, especially at the $149.99 price point. If you need some earbuds this summer, don’t miss this deal – the refurbished part won’t mean a thing when you’re grooving along this season.

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