BUYERS are rushing to snag a top gaming accessory from Walmart at a deep discount.
As any gamer can tell you, accessories matter.
Walmart recently reduced the price of its Vilinice Q8 noise canceling headphones for gamers by 80%.
The popular headphones usually sell for $99.99, but buyers were shocked to see the retail price of just $19.99 recently.
The headphones connect wirelessly to your device via Bluetooth and, according to the product description, have a built-in microphone.
The Bluetooth has a range of up to 10 meters and offers stereo quality sound and deep bass.
They’re upholstered in soft protein leather and made of memory foam for a comfortable fit.
Vilinice Q8 headphones also weigh less than aand each earcup can be rotated 90° to fit your head perfectly.
With a customer rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars, the technical device is a fan favorite.
“Use them every day!! I am autistic and life in the world can be too loud and overwhelming. These headphones blocked out the extra noise even when no music was playing,” wrote one satisfied customer who left a 5-star review.
“Overall, for less than $20, it was a good buy. Volume could be higher but doesn’t distort, noise cancellation is minimal but makes a difference,” wrote one 4-star reviewer.
“My husband loved these bluetooth canceling headphones. He built a shop and carried them while using noisy tools and heavy equipment… Unfortunately yesterday the headband broke and is no longer useful. I’ve only had them 4 months,” commented another 4-star reviewer.
But not all customers were thrilled with their purchase.
“I just got this today. Very easy to pair with the phone. They sound decent but aren’t very loud. I have a cheaper pair that sound better than these,” said one 3-star reviewer.
“Very cheap feel and every time I fit them on my head the wires short out. No noise cancellation. Decent sound,” wrote one two-star reviewer.
“The headphones just brokeand I see you sent me a review. Well I took it off to go to the bathroom and the page just fell apart in my hands. “The crochet hook points to the brakes,” said one dissatisfied 1-star reviewer.