11
Aug
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Wires are totally for dopes, right? You're not a dope, are you? Of course not, but a lot of Bluetooth earbuds are rather spendy. That's why the current deal on MEElec Air-Fi Metro2 is of note. These earbuds usually go for $100, but they're on sale through StackSocial for $59.99.

2014-08-11 13_42_31-Air-Fi Metro2 Headphones_ The Noise Isolating Bluetooth Headset _ StackSocial

The Metro2 earbuds support Bluetooth 4.0 and have a mic so you can take calls. They charge up over microUSB and can play five hours of music before going dead. Talk time is rated at 5.5 hours. The JayBird BlueBuds are arguably better overall, but they cost well over $100. The second gen Metro2 buds are pretty close for 60 bucks (they're $79.99 on Amazon right now).

The deal is set to run for the next 13 days on StackSocial, so you've got some time to think it over. Shipping is available to those in the continental US only, but it's free.

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Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • jscofi

    Free Shipping Included

    Shipping limited to Continental US only

    Please allow up to 2 – 3 weeks for shipping

    All sales are final unless defective

    One year full replacement warranty

    All prices are in US Dollars (USD)

    • Mlibbey

      thank you. thank you for doing gods work.

  • remister

    Anyone own these? I wonder how it compares to Jaybirds?

  • David Hart

    How is the latency? I've had bad luck with Bluetooth audio devices that have large/annoying amounts of lag

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Actually, in my experience, it's the device that's responsible for syncing BT's audio and getting rid of the lag (at least when talking about video/audio sync). Some apps seem to compensate for it - MX Player has never let me down.

      •   

        have you tried poweramp? i don't really like using mx player for audio files/music

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

          I use Poweramp for my audio, I was just commenting on video/audio sync. It's hard to notice lag in audio since there's nothing really to compare against. At least I don't think I've ever spotted standalone BT audio lag.

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