This awesome AirPods alternative is on sale for $59

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The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air sounds at least as good as Apple AirPods, and now for less than half the price.


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Apple AirPods: nice, but crazy-expensive, and not good at blocking outside noise. That’s why we’re constantly on the lookout for inexpensive AirPods alternatives. One of our top picks of 2019: The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air, which at $80 are half the price of AirPods and, to some ears, even better-sounding.

Now they’re even cheaper: For a limited time, and while supplies last, The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air (white) is $59 when you clip the on-page $20-off coupon. (Note the black model has a $10-off coupon.) Admittedly, it was $50 the last time I shared this deal, but $59 is still a great price. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

As you can see, the Liberty Air are kissing cousins to the AirPods, but with one key difference: The former employ noise-isolating rubber ear tips, which create an in-ear seal that also improves bass response. Not everybody likes (or prefers) that kind of design, but if you do, these are “an excellent alternative to the AirPods [at] half the price.”

That’s from David Carnoy’s Soundcore Liberty Air review, which you’ll definitely want to read. I also recommend watching Lexy Savvides’ in-depth comparison of the AirPods and Liberty Air. Both of these folks were pretty taken with Anker’s take on true-wireless earbuds.

I’m not sure how long these will last at this price. When the Liberty Air first hit the market earlier this year, they sold out pretty quickly.


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This post was previously published last month and has been updated with new pricing and availability info.


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Kya Gin Wong
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