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Are Airpods 2 worth it in 2022?

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So I can get new airpods 2 for about 100USD. Should I buy them or go for something else. Should mention that I am in the process of buying an Iphone 13. Airpods pro are about 240USD. My country has different pricing and not a lot of buying options.

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Just get cheap decent wireless earbuds. Don't overspend they are items that expire after 2-3 years due to batteries dying.

 

100$ would be too much for me for airpods personally. Pros are absolutly not worth.

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34 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Just get cheap decent wireless earbuds. Don't overspend they are items that expire after 2-3 years due to batteries dying.

 

100$ would be too much for me for airpods personally. Pros are absolutly not worth.

You have any recomendations? I was rhinking of some xiaomi ones. 

 

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I've had my AirPods 2's for something like 8 months (bought em for like $120) and I've got no real complaints with them. If anything the only two I have is that they're not as comfortable to fall asleep with compared to wired EarPods, and sometimes it gets a little goofy if you used them last with another device (regardless on if said devices are iOS, macOS, or Windows).

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