The Beats Studio3 Bluetooth noise-cancelling headphones are down to $199.99 at Best Buy in gray and desert sand colors. These colors are completely sold out on Amazon. Other available options sell for around $280 and some go as high as $350, but no where are these headphones available for just $200. In fact, the Studio3 headphones have only dropped to this price twice before. Once during Black Friday and once during a special pre-Christmas sale earlier in December.

Fast Fuel

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Matches what they sold for over Black Friday. Use adaptive noise-canceling to block out noise. A 22-hour battery life with Apple's W1 chip for Bluetooth connectivity and battery efficiency. Fast Fuel gives you 3 hours of play on a 10 minute charge.

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The Beats Studio3 are over-ear headphones with dual-mode adaptive noise-cancelling. This feature helps eliminate all those distracting background noises and unwanted ambient sounds. Sometimes, it's the sort of stuff you don't even realize is distracting you until it's gone.

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Even with Bluetooth wireless connectivity and noise-cancelling technology, the Studio3 headphones have a 22-hour battery life. That's plenty of time to get the most out of them on a commute to work or a flight across the country. You'll be able to recharge quickly and get back to your music. Use the Fast Fuel mode to get three hours of playtime from just 10 minutes of charging.

They also have on-ear controls for your music, a built-in mic so you can take calls, and the ability to access Siri while connected via Bluetooth to an iOS device. They also use Apple's W1 chip, which helps explain why the battery is so efficient and the Bluetooth connection so strong.

Our review gave them 4 stars, praising their easy connectivity and lengthy battery life. The headphones come with a RemoteTalk cable, a USB charging cable, and a hard shell carrying case that the headphones fold neatly into when not in use.

At $200, they are much nearer the usual going rate of the Solo3 headphones which do not feature noise-cancelling tech, and $100 less than the new Solo Pro on-ear headphones that do have noise-cancellation.

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