Seeking some cheap AirPods alternatives ? Get our Geekbuying coupons


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Wireless Bluetooth earbuds are currently on the top of the earphone/headphone foodchain,because they offer extreme portability, great user experience and enjoyble music listening thanks to blocking off the surrounding noise. But if you don’t want to overpay for the original AirPods, then you have to do some digging for quality chinese knock-offs. And today we have for you some coupons just for these from the Geekbuying e-shop.

If you are really on the budget then you should give a look to the Apods i10 TWS Earbuds equipped with the Actions 3003 chipset, Bluetooth 5.0 connection, tap control, 30 mAh battery for individual earphone, 300 mAh charging box, intelligent noise reduction and  automatic pairing. The white basic version (there is also an upgraded one with wireless charging) is up for grabs for only $18.99 using the coupon XUFDWYTK.

Then they have on the menu the Apods i12 Standard edition earbuds with Bluetrum BT8812 Bluetooth 5.0 chipset, 30 mAh single earbud battery capacity, 300 mAh charging dock in various colors, 123dB sensitivity, touch controls for everything including hands-free phone calls, Siri calls or auto pairing. With the help of the discount coupon TLTEOTGH you can buy every color for just $18.69.

And the best option from the lot is surely the Apods i12 Upgraded edition with the superior Realtek 8763BFR Bluetooth 5.0 chipset (same as for example in Xiaomi Airdots) offering 96dB sensitivity, better 350 mAh battery charging dock and all the benefits of the lower version. And the price bump is not that significant, because with the coupon ZFVQXUFD you can have them for just $26.99.

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You can find more information, comparisons and general insight about the Apods models as the AirPods cheaper alternatives in the Geekbuying blog post, so check it out.

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