DEAL: Jaybird X2 Wireless Earbuds are Just $80 at Target

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Jaybird’s still-very-good X2 wireless earbuds are currently on sale at Target for just $79.99. Target claims that’s a $100 discount, but it’s really more like $70, since the earbuds are listed at $149.99 at most retailers these days. Either way, if you need a good pair of Bluetooth earbuds, these are a great choice. We talk about them a lot when they go on sale and that’s because they were a good buy at full price and remain a great buy as the price drops in antipication of the X3.

The Jaybird X2 feature 8-hour battery life, both Comply memory foam tips and standard rubber tips, sweat-resistance, and of course, really solid audio performance for a Bluetooth headset. I personally use them for workouts and don’t know that I’ll switch off of them, well, until the X3 comes out.

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