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The Munitio NINES Tactical Earbuds Are 80 Percent Off

Engadget Engadget 26/04/2016 StackCommerce
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The Munitio NINES have everything you'd want in a pair of earbuds—clear, deep sound, noise isolation, comfortable and snug fit, one button universal mic control—plus a one-of-a-kind, 9mm ammunition aesthetic. These highly rated, unique earbuds normally have a steep $179 price tag, but for a limited time Engadget readers can grab a pair for just $33.99 with free shipping—over 80 percent off, and the lowest price you'll find on the web.

The NINES' outward appearance speaks for itself, but what really makes these earbuds stand out from the pack is the top-notch sound and build quality. Munitio designs their products from the inside-out, and the NINES were built to deliver unmatched sound quality. For one, they come equipped with a proprietary Bass Enhancing Chamber, resulting in crystal clear mids, smooth highs, and deep, distortion-free bass. This full spectrum audio capacity plus the included "hollow point" silicone tips create effective sound isolation, resulting in a perfect listening experience for any genre of music. The Kevlar reinforced cable will never fray, and includes a universal mic control button with clear voice recognition and easy volume control.

The NINES are available in black, silver, or gold, and are compatible with most industry-leading MP3, smartphone and tablet devices. You'll get a nylon carrying case and set of replacement silicone tips, plus free shipping to anywhere in the US. These are sure to sell out quickly, so don't miss out— grab the Munitio NINES earbuds today for just $33.99, 80 percent off retail value.

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