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I’ve got a nice pair of Sony MDR-7506 headphones I use when  I’m editing audio.  I’ve got a set of Samsung Level On noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones I use when riding a bus or flying in a plane.

But my go-to headphones for day-to-day use are a pair of cheap Bluetooth earbuds because they’re light-weigh, portable, comfortable, and offer good-enough sound for listening to podcasts, music, or internet radio when I’m cooking dinner in the kitchen, walking to the grocery store, or just looking for something I can throw in my bag that won’t take up much space whether I need them where I’m going or not.

Priced around $20, I also don’t care that much if they get lost or damaged.

But every now and then you can score an even better deal..   Today is one of those days, because Woot is selling a set of SoundPeats Bluetooth earbuds for just $12.

They’re probably not the best wireless headphones money can buy, but they get pretty good reviews on Amazon (where they’re currently going for $19). And they should offer up to 6 hours of play time between charges.

The earbuds are also IPX4 water resistant, which means you don’t have to worry about sweating on them if you wear them to the gym or while out on a run.

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