Not a fan of true wireless earbuds? Maybe you prefer something corded, so if a bud pops out while you’re running, lifting or whatever, it just dangles instead of flying into a sewer grate. (Hey, don’t ask me why your gym has sewer grates, I’m just the deal guy.)
For a limited time, and while supplies last, you can get. Just add two to your shopping cart and you should see that price at checkout. Regular price: $50 for one. (Actually, Amazon currently sells it for $60.) There’s a shipping charge, but I couldn’t tell what it was without setting up a OnePlus account — which I didn’t care to do.
These neckband ‘phones feature silicone ear tips (the kind that need a good seal for optimum noise-isolation and sound quality) and something called Warp Charge: Just give them 10 minutes on the USB-C cable and you’re good for up to 10 hours of listening. (You can get 20 hours from a full charge.)
Those earbuds also have magnetic backs: Snap them together and your music automatically pauses — then resumes when you pull them apart.
There’s an inline control with a microphone for calls, a button for quick-switching between multiple paired devices and so on.
CNET hasn’t reviewed the Bullets Wireless Z, but they scored a 4.3-star average from over 53,000 (wait, what?) Amazon buyers. Apparently this is a popular product, though I’ll admit I’d never heard of it before today.
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