You Can Now Buy Copycat AirPods for Only $36

AirPodsSince the holidays, you’ve been itching to get a pair of AirPods at the Apple Store, but it costs $159.

Fret no more because Amazon is selling copycats of Apple’s product that’s becoming ubiquitous.

(Read: 11 AirPods Tips and Tricks You Should Know About)

One of those copycats is the Frelop earpieces that are compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled gadgets, according to the product page.

It works with the Apple iPhone X, 8, 8plus, 7, 7plus, 6S, 6, 6S Plus, 6Plus, SE, 5S, iPad, iPod, Nano 7 iPod Touch and Samsung Galaxy S7 S8 Android Phones.

It has garnered 5 stars from 14 consumer reviews so far on the Amazon page.

Noise Reduction Function

Mashable reported that the earbuds offer noise reduction like the AirPods.

The site also said while the AirPods have the user rely on Apple’s digital assistant Siri for functions like changing the volume or skipping a song, the copycat earbuds have a multifunctional button that allows the user to change the volume, pause music, and answer phone calls.

The earpods have sweat-resistant protection so a user can wear them while working out or jogging around the neighborhood.

Because of its ergonomic design, the earbuds stay in place.

Hours of Listening Pleasure

While AirPods users can enjoy five hours of listening, the Frelop earpods gives the user “a little shy at four hours of playback on a single charge,” and take up to two hours to charge completely, according to Mashable.

With AirPods, 15 minutes of charging is equivalent to three hours of battery life

The copycat earpods cost around $300, but with the ongoing Amazon lightning deal, you can purchase them for only $36 or a discount of 88 percent.

What’s Next?

Earpods that are copycats of the Apple AirPods are available now at a much lesser price.

(Read: Our Favorite AirPods Rivals Dropped to Their Lowest Price Ever)

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