Sony’s headphones and earbuds are some of our favorites but you’re often forced to decide if you want to drop hundreds on them or compromise a bit and save money. However, Sony’s WF-SP800N wireless sport earbuds combined a bunch of high-end features at a great price — and today Amazon has them for their lowest price ever. The WF-SP800N earbuds have dropped to $128 for today only, which is $71 off their normal price and an all-time low.
As mentioned before, Sony has a bunch of wireless earbuds that we like. One of the best things about the WF-SP800N is that they have many features found in the company’s more expensive WF-1000XM3, including Adaptive Sound Control. This automatically adjusts the strength of the earbuds’ active noise-cancellation and ambient sound level based on your activity and, if you set it up in the app, your location. You’re also able to adjust the EQ and choose from a bunch of sound presets in the companion app, too.
The design of the WF-SP800N is also similar to that of the WF-1000XM3, which made us a little less excited. Both earbuds are larger than most competitors and stick out a bit from your ears, but nevertheless, they should be comfortable enough for you to wear while working or studying, or during exercise. Unlike the WF-1000XM3, the WF-SP800N have an IP55 rating, which means they’ll withstand splashes and contact with sweat easily.
They also have surprisingly great sound for buds that normally cost $200. We also like that they have a nine-hour battery life, but just know that their included case only holds one extra charge and it doesn’t support wireless charging. However, those are small prices to pay for otherwise excellent wireless earbuds that are a steal at this $128 sale price.
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