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The Apple AirPods Pro are at one of the lowest prices we've seen for Prime Day 2021

Get a pair of the popular earbuds at a killer price.

A woman wearing a pair of Apple AirPod Pro wireless earbuds. Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar

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Amazon Prime Day 2021 has arrived, and one of the most popular pairs of wireless earbuds is enjoying one of its lowest-ever prices. Apple's AirPods Pro, which usually cost $249, have been marked all the way down to $189.99—nearly $60 off.

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The AirPods Pro are the best version of Apple AirPods you can currently buy, thanks to their rock-solid sound quality, simple design and incredibly effective active noise cancellation.

Each pair of the AirPods Pro come with an easy-to-use wireless charging case that is lightning fast. You can expect about an hour's worth of performance after just five minutes of charging time. Pairing the AirPods Pro couldn't be easier, especially if you already own an iPhone. Once you've connected the AirPods to your device, they'll automatically connect whenever you open the charging case.

And, although they're not the best sounding wireless earbuds on the market, the sound quality is good enough to land them a spot on our list of the best wireless earbuds you can buy.

These highly coveted earbuds ordinarily go for around $250, but for Amazon Prime Day, the AirPods Pro are on sale for $189.99. If this deal interests you, don't wait up—we have no idea how long it'll last, and AirPods tend to sell out when they go on sale.

Apple AirPods Pro at Amazon for $189.99 (Save $59.01)

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