Super Christmas Deal: Save $131 on Beats by Dr. Dre Executive Headphones Purchase
Yesterday, I was telling you about a killer deal on the EA Sports Monster Game MVP Carbon Headphones purchase. Now, while browsing through the Windows Store, I found another one that might be even better, because it involves a hot product from Dr.Dre.
The products in the Beats by Dr.Dre line-up are known for their quality, which is the main reason why Apple itself has bought off the company for an immense amount. And if you’re in the market for a pair of headphones yourself, you could be interested in this sweet deal I found on the Microsoft Store.
The Beats by Dr. Dre Executive Headphones Silver edition can be currently purchased for a price of just $169! This represents a massive discount of $131 from its original price of $300. So, as we can see, this sweet deal lets you save almost half of its price. But we’re not sure for how long it will be available, so make sure you hurry up and get it before it’s too late.
Beats Executive headphones are designed to take you from boardroom to the dorm room to the tarmac and everywhere in between. These headphones deliver the legendary Beats sound in a refined premium package that’s easier than ever to take on the road.
- Delivers pure audio integrity for crystal-clear highs, signature bass, and sonically true mids
- Lightweight, comfortable to wear, and fold flat for easy packing
- Battery-powered noise cancellation delivers your music without outside interruption
- Includes airline adapter and hard-shell carrying case
- Over-the-ear design with comfortable cushions and a reinforced band for a secure fit
- High-definition titanium driver design
- Delivers clear highs, resonating bass notes and sonically true midtones
- Active, powered noise cancellation
- Lets you hear your music without external disruptions
- Automatic shutoff
- Features earcup sensors to conserve battery life
- Pivoting speakers
- Allow up to 90° of rotation to comfortably fit without wear fatigue
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