Amazon’s New 2nd-Generation Echo Buds offer Active Noise Cancellation technology at a budget price, and you can get a pair for $89.99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $89.99. This model is 20% smaller and IPX4-rated to withstand splashes, sweat, or light rain, which makes it comfortable enough for all-day wear. Plus, a shortened nozzle improves comfort and new built-in vents reduce ear pressure during use for a more natural feel in your ear. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
- Dynamic audio and active noise cancellation (ANC) - Premium speakers deliver crisp, balanced sound. Sealed in-ear design and ANC limit background noise.
- Compact and comfortable - Echo Buds are small, light, and sweat-resistant, with a secure, customizable fit that's made to move with you.
- Hands-free entertainment - Echo Buds work with the Alexa app to stream music, play podcasts, and read Audible audiobooks—just ask.
- Long-lasting battery - Get up to 5 hrs music playback per charge and up to 15 hrs with the charging case. A 15-min quick charge provides up to 2 hrs of music.
- Leave your phone in your pocket - Use your voice to make calls, set reminders, add items to your shopping list, or even start a meditation session.
Featuring a high-performance driver in each earbud that deliver crisp, balanced sound with extended dynamic range, while its premium speakers are optimized for increased fidelity in bass and treble. The Active Noise Cancellation technology cancel twice as much noise compared to the first generation, making them ideal for traveling or if you need peace and quiet at home, thanks to inner and outer microphones to intelligently estimate sound pressure in your eardrum.
The all-new Echo Buds are better in so many ways—a smaller design, a more comfortable fit, Active Noise Cancellation technology, a new color and wireless charging option, and high-performance drivers for dynamic audio. It’s never been easier for customers to bring Alexa with them throughout their day—whether at home, walking the neighborhood, or commuting to work, all they have to do is ask to play music or podcasts, call to check in on a loved one, add an item to their to-do list, and so much more,” said Tom Taylor, Senior Vice President, Amazon Alexa.