Amazon Great Indian Festival: Top offers, discounts on wireless earbuds
Jabra Elite 65t, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live and more wireless earbuds are available with discounts on Amazon.
The Amazon Great Indian Festival kicked off today, and it will continue for a month. The festive sale is live with offers and discounts on products across different categories. Smartphones are offered with up to 40% off, headphones with up to 705 off and more.
In addition to discounts on products, HDFC Bank customers can also get an instant 10% discount of up to ₹12,000. Electronics are one of the most popular categories ranging from smartphones, laptops to wearables. Here, we'll list out the top offers and deals on wireless earbuds.
Jabra Elite 65t
Jabra Elite 65t has the biggest discount of 68% bringing its price down to ₹4,999 from ₹15,499. The wireless earbuds come with up to 15 hours of battery life, IP55 rating for water and dust resistance, and voice assistant support.
Sony WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds launched in India at ₹19,990. On Amazon's Great Indian Festival sale it's available at a discounted price of ₹14,990. It comes with up to 32 hours of battery life, active noise cancellation, location recognition and Amazon Alexa support.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Live
Samsung's latest wireless earbuds are also up for grabs with a 13% discount. You can get the Galaxy Buds Live for ₹13,990 after a discount on its original price of ₹15,990. The wireless earbuds come in three colours of bronze, black and white. It has active noise cancellation, AKG sound, Spotify touch controls, and a wireless charging case.
Bose SoundSport Free
Bose SoundSport Free wireless earbuds are also discounted in this sale. Originally selling for ₹18,990, the Bose SoundSport Free can be purchased at ₹13,768 on Amazon India. It comes in three colour options of black, orange, and blue/citron. The wireless earbuds have IPX4 rating making it sweat resistant, and offers up to 10 hours of battery life.
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