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Deal Alert: Get a Refurbished Set of Airpods for $108 ($91 Off)

A set of Airpods with a wireless charging case.

There’s no denying that true wireless earbuds are everywhere, and that’s thanks in part to Apple popularizing the concept with AirPods. But while AirPods are among the most convenient takes on the idea, they’re expensive. But, if you’re willing to settle for something refurbished, you can get a good deal on second-generation AirPods with a wireless charging case today. At $108, you’ll save $91 off the usual price.

Before you jump on this excellent deal, you should be aware of a few things. First, this sale is for the standard variant of AirPods, not the better AirPods Pro. So you won’t get Active Noise Canceling, Transparency Mode, or the ability to chose eartip size.

But you will get a wireless charging case and pretty good sound. You should also keep in mind that these are seller refurbished, so they don’t come with an Apple Warranty. The seller in question, VIPOUTLET, is offering a 90-day warranty.

The seller promises these are “like new” with no cosmetic defects, blemishes, dents, scratches, or signs of age. There isn’t a whole lot you can do to repair AirPods when they break (just ask iFixit), so chances are any refurbishing VIPOUTLET did amounted to cleaning up the wireless earbuds.

You can grab the deal over at eBay. While they’ll initially appear to be $123, another discount will drop the price to $108 as soon as you add them to your cart. You better act fast though, cause the listing already says it’s down to limited quantities.

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