Sony’s noise-cancelling WF-1000XM4 earbuds hit a new lowest price with a 2-year warranty

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Released over a year ago to give Apple’s hugely popular AirPods Pro a run for their money, the top of the range Sony WF-1000XM4 true wireless earbuds are just old (and pricey) enough to seem like a leading competitor for a whole range Prime Day 2022 wish lists.

At the same time, these noise-canceling bad guys are also still very good enough to easily fill our extensive list of the best wireless earbuds money can buy, and given the scarcity (and modesty) of Amazon’s deals so far, Prime members shouldn’t rest assured that they’ll see significantly bigger discounts next week.
Normally available for as much as $280 or so in brand new, unused, unopened and undamaged condition, however, the WF-1000XM4 are now marked down to $119.99 on eBay as “certified” refurbs.
These are sold by a “top-rated plus” retailer called Secondipity, alongside a two-year warranty from Allstate in both black and silver tones with “like new” functionality and “minimal or any signs of wear.” Basically, you shouldn’t be able to tell the difference between the refurbished units that fetch $120 a pair through July 13 (or while supplies last) and the all-new buttons currently available for their full retail price from Amazon. Best buy, and Sony itself.
The only noticeable difference is the state of your bank account if you decide to take advantage of this completely unprecedented deal, which by the way is even better than an equally limited time promotion ran by the same seller a few months ago.

Keep in mind that you’ll need to enter the coupon code “SUMMER20SAVE” at checkout to cut the listed price of $149.99 by another 20 percent, and at least when it comes to active noise canceling technology and overall sound quality, you probably can. currently can’t beat the WF-1000XM4… especially in the sub-$150 segment.

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