Unlike the Galaxy Watch 3, which has been discounted surprisingly early on Amazon, and the 5G-enabled Galaxy Note 20 duo, which scored a nationwide $200 price cut last week, the recently unveiled Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are still available at their $169.99 MSRP from both the manufacturer itself and all authorized third-party retailers.
This is pretty much as trusted as unauthorized gadget sellers come in the US, with a 99.6 percent positive feedback average based on more than 13,000 customer ratings from the last 12 months alone, but unfortunately, you won’t get any sort of valid warranty for your money. The vendor also does not accept returns or exchanges, although the marked-down products are naturally covered by the universal eBay Money Back Guarantee program.
Another cool thing about this one-of-a-kind deal is that you can choose from three different color options, at least if you hurry. We’re talking about Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, and Mystic White flavors, which represents the full chromatic lineup officially sold by Samsung
around these parts at 170 bucks a pair.
At $139.99, you’re obviously looking at brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged noise-cancelling buds sold in their original packaging alongside all original accessories. While the key selling point may not sound as impressive as Apple’s industry-leading active noise cancellation technology, the overall audio quality, battery life, and user experience are definitely comparable if not better than what the AirPods Pro
have going for them at a significantly higher price.
In case you’re wondering, the world’s most popular high-end true wireless earbuds are normally available for a whopping $250, which you can reduce to $200 right now on Amazon
or as little as $180 on eBay
… as far as refurbished units are concerned.