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The fantastic fitness-focused Beats Fit Pro are at a new low price of $149.95

The fantastic fitness-focused Beats Fit Pro are at a new low price of $149.95


Plus deals on the Pixel Buds Pro, a bundle of Google Nest cameras for your porch and yard, three months of Disney Plus Basic membership, and more.

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The purple and gray versions of the Beats Fit Pro in their cases.
The Beats Fit Pro come in gray and pink (pictured) as well as white and black.
Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge

While there are all kinds of TV and speaker deals running now in the buildup to the Super Bowl, we’ve got some impeccable everyday tech deals for everyday users.

The Beats Fit Pro wireless earbuds have dropped to a new low price of $149.95 ($50 off) at Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, and Target — which is even better than the $40 discount we saw during Black Friday. These are one of our overall favorites when it comes to Bluetooth buds and arguably the best earbuds you can use for running. They sound great, have top-tier noise cancellation, and work fine with both Apple and Android phones (though they pair faster with iPhones). The biggest drawback is that their chunky case does not support wireless charging, though at least it’s got USB-C for a little more convenience when it comes to plugging in. Read our review.

Beats Fit Pro

$20020% off

The Beats Fit Pro earbuds have integrated wing tips that help keep them secure during runs and workouts. They also have excellent noise cancellation, and their sound has just the right amount of bass and kick to keep you motivated.

There might be something in the earbud water because another great pair has hit a new all-time low. Google’s Pixel Buds Pro are on sale for $144.99 ($55 off) at Wellbots until February 10th when you use code VDAYVERGE at checkout. These earbuds are the perfect match for anyone using a Pixel phone, though they also work well on Android models from Samsung and other brands. The Pixel Buds Pro are an excellent pair of noise-canceling wireless earbuds, and they also feature a very good mic for calls and video meetings — even in some pretty noisy environments. They also support multipoint connections for easily switching back and forth between two devices. Read our review.

A photo of the Google Pixel Buds Pro on a clear stand with a purple background.

Google Pixel Buds Pro

$20028% off

Google’s Pixel Buds Pro are the company’s first earbuds to include ANC. They combine impressive sound, great battery life, and good comfort — all without the connection issues of earlier models.

A close-up shot of the Pixel Buds Pro.
The Pixel Buds Pro have a fairly unique design, and a couple colorful options.
Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge

Here’s one you don’t see every day: if you buy a Google Nest Cam with Floodlight at B&H Photo for its usual $279.99, you get a battery-powered Nest Video Doorbell bundled with it for free. That’s equivalent to saving $179.99 compared to buying them separately and beats any deal we’ve previously seen on each standalone item.

While we prefer the newer, wired version of Google’s video doorbell, this is a great value combo for anyone who wants cameras to watch both their porch and a yard or driveway (especially if a wired doorbell isn’t an option for your home). Google’s floodlight features a 1080p video feed, while the doorbell has a lower 1280 x 960 resolution. In addition, with a $6 monthly subscription, you can get 24/7 continuous recordings from the floodlight and access the Familiar Faces feature, which notifies you when someone you know is dropping by (like a landscaper or your annoying uncle who doesn’t call first). The doorbell will also notify you of packages left at your door, making this camera combo pretty all-encompassing.


A Google Nest Cam attached to two bright, adjustable floodlights, this camera has free video recording, powerful lights, and on-device processing of smart alerts for people, vehicles, and animals. There’s no siren, but there is 24/7 recording and facial recognition. Read our review.

A free doorbell with a floodlight? Why not?
A free doorbell with a floodlight? Why not?
Photo by Dan Seifert / The Verge

Disney is offering three months of its Disney Plus Basic ad-supported streaming service for $6.99 per month for new and returning subscribers. It’s a small discount at a total savings of $3 over those three months, but it’s as cheap as you can get for a subscription that covers you for the full season three arc of The Mandalorian. Just keep in mind that after the three months, you’ll be auto-renewed to the regular $7.99 rate unless you cancel.

The Disney Plus logo in the middle of orange and beige circular shapes.

Disney Plus

$813% off

With Disney Plus, you can stream popular Marvel films and shows like Thor: Love and Thunder and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, along with Pixar’s full catalog and Star Wars shows like The Mandalorian and Andor

Anker’s excellent Nano II 100W 736 USB-C charger is on sale for just $54.99 ($25 off) at Amazon or direct from Anker (with code WS7D8QLKER until February 6th at 2:45AM ET). I use this charger all the time for my M1 MacBook Air, and it’s the one I always throw in my bag when traveling with my laptop. It has enough wattage headroom to charge my computer and another device simultaneously via its single USB-A or dual USB-C ports. With 100W of total output, the Nano II can even power a bigger laptop, like a 16-inch MacBook Pro, and since it’s a GaN charger, it’s compact enough to slip into most bags and cases.

Anker 100W USB C on a white background

Anker 100W USB-C

$8031% off

Anker’s 100W Nano II series charger includes a pair of IQ-compatible USB-C ports and a single USB-A port, allowing you to top off multiple devices simultaneously.

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