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Best Buy 24-hour sale: 3 offers you should not miss



Best Buy’s latest Flash sale is happening now, which means you have until the clock strikes midnight to get some pretty hefty savings on TVs, laptops, earbuds and the like. Below I have rounded out a few standouts from the sale.

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Last year, wondering if they would work well or be used visibly (and roughly), I bought a pair of refurbished AirPods Pro from an eBay seller. Price paid: $ 168. End result: They looked like new and have served me well ever since.

As part of Best Kay’s sales, you can get Geek Squad Certified Refurbished AirPods Pro for only $ 160. Will they work well or be visibly used (and rough)? User reviews seem to indicate both possibilities. But hey, it’s Best Buy, so return is pretty easy. And you are covered by a 90-day warranty, plenty of time to make sure everything works.

It is worth noting that we routinely see new AirPods Pro for sale for $ 200, with occasional drops to $ 190 and even $ 180 here and there.

So does Best Buy’s deal appeal? Or do you not think refurb earplugs are worth the risk?

Skullcandy

You may not expect many bells and whistles at this price, but Skullcandy’s buds can do a few cool tricks. First, they offer three equalizer settings optimized for music, movies, and podcasts. Secondly, they are equipped with tile tracking, which means you can use the Tile app to find the earplugs if they get lost.

Beyond that: Bluetooth 5.0, sweat-resistant design and your choice of real black or faded blue colors. Not bad for $ 30.

CNET has not rated the Sesh Evo, but the buds received a decent 4.3 stars from nearly 4,700 Best Buy buyers.

Sun Joe

A high pressure washer that is also a shop vac? Yes please. Sun Joe’s machine can explode up to 2000 PSI and includes something called a foam cannon. (I do not even know what it is, but it sounds good.) In addition, it can soak up both wet and dry spills, even if the thought of it is quite small; you have to empty it quite often.

This is the lowest price I see anywhere; The SPX7001E lists for $ 200, and Home Depot currently sells it for $ 170.


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