A $250 set of cans for just $50? That's worth belting about.
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Listen up polks—er—folks! Right now you can get the Polk Audio Buckle over-ear headphones on Amazon for about $50, down from their usual $249.99 MSRP. Stock's running low and I'm probably going to buy the last pair of brown ones, though.
When I reviewed the Buckles in 2014, I found them to be a uniquely styled (read: they look like a belt), consumer friendly (read: bass-forward) set of cans that were comfy as all get-out.
But while they almost made the grade, the Buckles weren't a staggering success back then due to their triple-digit price tag—despite that you also get a handy three-button in-line control system, foldable cups for portability, and a detachable cable.
But that same product for $50 or less? Yep, that changes things. The only caveat here is that both variants (black and brown) are from third-party sellers, which might alter your experience marginally, though Amazon reviews are mostly positive. Regardless, this deal's worth buckling down and belting about.