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Get over $50 off these top-performing Sony sport wireless earbuds

Sony WF-Sp800N
Grab the Sony WF-SP800N wireless earbuds for just $148 from Amazon, Best Buy or Walmart. (Image credit: Sony)

When you think of the companies out there making the best wireless earbuds, Sony ranks high as one of them, and its sporty WF-SP800N earbuds are amazing for those who are on-the-go.

And now, at just $148 across Amazon (opens in new tab), Best Buy (opens in new tab) and Walmart (opens in new tab), they are even better, as that marks a discount over $50! 

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Sony WF-SP800N Earbuds: was $199.99, now $148 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
Looking to get more active in 2021? The Sony WF-SP800N sports earbuds are a great option for those workout playlists. An IP55 sweat and splash-proof design with multiple sizes of ear tips are comfortable and durable, with a gorgeously deep soundstage and strong noise cancellation.

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Sony WF-SP800N Earbuds: was $199.99, now $148 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Looking to get more active in 2021? The Sony WF-SP800N sports earbuds are a great option for those workout playlists. An IP55 sweat and splash-proof design with multiple sizes of ear tips are comfortable and durable, with a gorgeously deep soundstage and strong noise cancellation. 

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Sony WF-SP800N Earbuds: was $199.99, now $148 @ Walmart (opens in new tab)
Looking to get more active in 2021? The Sony WF-SP800N sports earbuds are a great option for those workout playlists. An IP55 sweat and splash-proof design with multiple sizes of ear tips are comfortable and durable, with a gorgeously deep soundstage and strong noise cancellation. 

As you can read in our WF-SP800N review, we’re big fans of the earbuds for their durability, sound quality, comfort and battery life.

They’re stuffed with features any fitness fanatic will love — starting with a carefully considered 3D curved design with a soft-cushioned arc, guaranteeing a secure and comfortable fit.

Within these tiny buds, you will find drivers that provide a deep, clear sound, thanks to Sony’s Extra Bass technology. That pairs well with the digital noise cancellation technology for uninterrupted beats, which will drive you to finish that last stretch of your run.

And for those long listening sessions, you get a nine-hour battery life (extended to 18 with the charging case).

Provided you can look past the call quality (you don’t want to be taking calls while you're panting mid-run, to be honest), then these are a seriously good choice.

Jason England
Jason England

 Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.