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Are your Apple earbuds on their last legs? Pick up one of these headphone deals and plug in on the cheap. From in-ear headphones perfect for the gym to noise-canceling 'phones that are ideal for flying, you'll be back listening to 1 Direction in private in no time.
Is It Worth It? While this Editors' Choice deal involves a $20 mail-in rebate, cutting the price of these headphones from $49.99 to $29.99, they're worth it. These discreet headphones feature a water-repellant coating. They're also sweat-proof and made with Kevlar fiber for durability, and are designed for even the most intense workouts. For the multitasker, this device is Bluetooth-enabled for hands-free calling via that built-in microphone and controls.
Is It Worth It?: Looking for portability, comfort, and sound quality? These collapsable Audio Technica headphones boast a 20Hz to 20KHz respons rate and a noise canceling feature that "blocks the din on buses and airplanes," making these "ear-cup headphones ideal for commuting and air travel." Plus they fit into a sleek carrying case.
Is It Worth It?: These Pink in-ear headphones are also an Editors' Choice deal and a savings of $9 from our February mention. These earbuds are designed with the listening needs of the athlete in mind: they feature a small nubbin on the rear as well as a selection of ear tip sizes to help keep them in place. PCAdvisor writes that though these little earbuds fit less securely than others, they are "cheap and cheerful," delivering good sound quality. Features include 9mm noise-isolating drivers, 10Hz to 20KHz frequency response, four ear tip sizes, cord clip, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Pink not your color? These in-ear headphones in Galaxy Green are available only to newegg's newsletter subscribers at a price $3 under our mention from three weeks ago. They're also Editors' Choice pick, as they feature patented oval ear tips and a lightweight construction. They boast a 12Hz to 18kHz frequency response, 106dB sensitivity, and more.
Is It Worth It?: These Black headphones are Beats lookalikes with their smooth, folding design. Styled as over-the-ear, these speakers surround and cushion ears as well as isolate external noise. They feature an adjustable headband, padded ear cushions, and 3.5mm adapter plug.