BÖHM's one-day wireless headphones deal will put the boom in your tunes

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Big sound, but a totally sleek look.

Noise-canceling headphones no longer come exclusively in the big, bulky cans that sit proud on each side of your head. If you want big sound with a sleek look, Tuesday’s Gold Box Deal is for you.

BÖHM is offering half off its wireless Bluetooth headphones. That saves you $72 off the regular $140 price tag.

Instead of struggling to untangle your headphones for half of your commute, slip these wireless headphones on and immediately enjoy audio free of disruptions.


Though the high-end look of BÖHM’s leather headphones is nice (and comfortable), it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Two 40mm drivers will provide booming sound that ranges in frequency from 20hz-20khz. With Bluetooth 4.0 technology, you can stream music up to 33 feet away from the device. Enjoy up to 16 hours of listening on a single charge, and fully recharge the headphones in three hours. There’s also an inline remote and microphone for taking calls.

You can check out the BÖHM deal here.

Other notable Tuesday deals:

Anker PowerLine Micro USB cables (5-Pack)

Price on Amazon: $10.99 (regularly $43.98)

Photive PH-BTE70 wireless Bluetooth earbuds

Price on Amazon: $39.95 (regularly $129.95)

Samsung 48-inch 4K smart LED TV

Price on Amazon: $500 (regularly $950)

Levi's spring jeans sale 

Price on Amazon: $36.99 - $46.99 (regularly $56.99-$69.50)

HooToo 7-port hub with 2 smart charging ports

Price on Amazon: $31.99 (regularly $179.99)

VAVA Voom portable Bluetooth speaker

Price on Amazon: $82.99 (regularly $299.99)

Vitamix 5200 series blender

Price on Amazon: $399.99 (regularly $549.99)

Tripp Lite surge protector power strip with 6 rotatable outlets

Price on Amazon: $27.12 (regularly $54.99)

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