Get JBL Tune Flex earbuds for $60

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TL;DR: Through April 7, save 39% on JBL Tune Flex Ghost Edition earbuds with active noise-cancelling with an open-box model. These are new items with imperfect or non-original packaging. 

Just like you probably can’t imagine still using a landline telephone or dial-up internet in 2024, a lot of us can’t imagine still using wired headphones. If that’s you, we’d love to help you unplug from the corded lifestyle with JBL Tune Flex Ghost Edition wireless earbuds for just $59.99 for an open-box pair (reg. $99.95). Open box means you get a brand-new product in imperfect packaging. 

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While we understand your literal attachment to your current headphones, you’ll likely never turn back once you meet the convenience and versatility of the JBL Tune Flex buds. Just remove them from their charging case, pop them into your ears, and pair them to any device with Bluetooth 5.2 technology. Then, enjoy total freedom from cords as you work out, take phone calls, tidy the house, or do anything else.

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Probably the only drawback of wireless versus wired earbuds is that you have to keep them charged. However, the JBL Tune Flex buds hold 32 hours of playtime in their charging case, which is likely enough for a week or so, depending on how often you listen.

There are many other reasons to go with the JBL Tune Flex buds. For one, they have active noise-cancelling, Ambient Aware, and TalkThru modes so you can choose how much background noise you get through the buds. Two, you can customize your listening experience further with the JBL Headphones app. And, three, they have IPX4-water resistance.

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Brand-new buds without the brand-name price

These JBL Tune Flex earbuds are open-box items. In short, that means their packaging has had some sort of contact with customers — possibly a store return or excess inventory from shelves — and they cannot be resold as new. Instead, they’re labeled as open-box products with verification to be in brand-new condition with clean packaging.

Go wireless with an open-box pair of JBL Tune Flex Ghost Edition earbuds for $59.99 (reg. $99.95).

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