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These $260 noise-cancelling headphones are just $79 right now

The Treblab Z2s offer nearly twice the battery life of Bose's QuietComfort 35 II noise-cancelling headphones, and they’re a fraction of the price.

Bose has a pretty firm grip on the wireless headphone game, especially when it comes to their QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II. Sleek, long-lasting and delivering direct access to Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, it's no wonder why Bose's headphones are the talk of the town, but their $350 price can be a bit steep for those on a budget. If you're looking to upgrade your wireless listening setup without spending close to a monthly car payment, the TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones are a solid alternative, and they're on sale for only $79, 70 percent off their usual price of $260.

Engineered with high-performance neodymium-backed 40mm speakers, the Z2s put out deeply immersive audio that's complemented by TREBLAB's Sound2.0 technology with aptX and active noise-cancellation, giving you the power to filter outside distractions. They boast a sleek, ergonomic design and a whopping 35 hours of battery life as well, making the Z2's a solid pick for work, commuting, and even international travel.

The TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones normally retail for $260, but you can get them on sale today for only $79, significantly less than what Bose's headphones would run you.

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