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Beats Black Friday 2019 deal: Save $50 on the Powerbeats Pro

Siri-powered sports headphones at their lowest price
Save $50 on the Powerbeats Pro
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If you're after a pair of truly wireless headphones that won't fall out of your ears then you'll want to pick up the Beats Powerbeats Pro - currently $50 off for Black Friday and lowest price yet.

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Amazon: Powerbeats Pro (Various colors) - Save $50
Amazon: Powerbeats Pro (Various colors) - Save $50

Best of all, the whole range of colors are available with this big saving. Apple only started rolling out the extra hues after initially releasing the Powerbeats Pro in black so now's your chance to pick a hue that suits.

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The truly wireless headphones have 9 hours of battery life with a further 24 hours courtesy of the charging case. As the Powerbeats Pro are designed for sports, they'll stay securely in your ears, which isn't something you can really say about the AirPods (still, if you're after Apple's other truly wireless headphones, check out our AirPods Black Friday page where you can pick up some savings.)


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The Powerbeats Pro have hands-free Siri access, so just say "Hey Siri" to summon the digital assistant. You have identical controls on each earphone, allowing you to control volume and skip tracks with ease.

Amazon: Powerbeats Pro (Various colors) - Save $50
Amazon: Powerbeats Pro (Various colors) - Save $50

If you're after more Black Friday deals goodness, be sure to check out our other articles now that Black Friday is well and truly here.


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