You can save $50 on the Beats Powerbeats Pro truly wireless headphones

Grab a big discount on these sporty headphones
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Right now, you can save an excellent $50 on these Siri-packing truly wireless sports headphones from Amazon. Better yet, every color is on sale but only for a short time.

Packing the same H1 wireless chip as in the latest AirPods, the Powerbeats Pro can respond to a simple 'Hey Siri' command at any point, summoning Apple's digital assistant (provided you're paired with an iPhone).

The Powerbeats Pro will work with any device over Bluetooth but you'll get the best experience with an iPhone, including slick wireless pairing.

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Released initially in May, it took a few more months for the full raft of color options to hit the market. They're all now available, however, so you have a choice of the launch black model, alongside blue, green and white. All of the colors have received a big $50 discount from Amazon.

You get 9 hours of playback off a single charge, and the charging case also includes an additional 24 hours worth of juice. That's plenty for avid gym-goers and marathon runners.

Amazon is describing this as a 'Limited Time' offer, so get your skates on if these sports-friendly truly wireless headphones take your fancy. This is the best price we've seen so far and likely won't be bested until at least Black Friday.

Check out our Apple Watch deals page if you're after an equally sports-friendly wearable to pair them with, too.

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Before joining Wareable, Richard was Wearables and Fitness editor and then commercial content editor at Trusted Reviews.

He's also written for Expert Reviews and Computer Shopper magazine, covering every aspect of the tech world.

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