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Echo on-the-go devices are now up to 46% off at Amazon

Take Alexa anywhere.
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Enjoy Alexa's offering without a hefty price tag. Credit: Amazon

Amazon Echo on-the-go devices(opens in a new tab) let you take Alexa with you wherever you go. Listen to your favorite audio and content, or even turn your car into an Alexa-compatible smart car without footing major bills. Enjoy these Echo on-the-go devices

Amazon Prime Day sales are coming up just after the Fourth of July. The online retailer is already featuring early Prime Day deals — including Alexa-compatible Amazon-brand devices. If you're looking for products that will sync with your home assistant, then take a peek at some of these Echo on-the-go products you can use to keep simplifying your life.

Echo Buds w/ Wireless Case (2021, 2nd Gen)

Why we like it

These Echo Buds with a wireless case(opens in a new tab) offer crisp sound, active noise canceling, and a five-hour battery life. Released in 2021, these 2nd generation earbuds are IPX4 waterproof, which means a rainy day or small splash won't stop your fun. You can sync these with Alexa to listen to your favorite music or podcasts with simple audio commands. These buds usually retail for $139.99, but you can save $55 and pay only $84.99 thanks to this deal.

Echo Buds with wired charging case (2021)

Why we like it

These Echo Buds with a wired charging case(opens in a new tab) have been around since 2021, and they've got amazing features that show why they're still a great buy. Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) adjusts to your environment so you can continue to focus on work calls, music, and TV binge-watch sessions. You'll get up to five hours of listening time or up to 15 hours with the included charging case. Best of all, you'll save $55 thanks to the 46% discount you get with this deal.

Echo Buds with case (2023)

Why we like it

These 2023 Echo Buds(opens in a new tab) are the latest Amazon audio offering. You'll get a charging case and pay only $34.99 at Amazon instead of the usual price of $49.99. They're semi in-ear so you can quickly insert them and continue on with your day. Sync it to Alexa to listen to Amazon's catalog of music, podcasts, and streaming content. Set up custom tap controls so you can decide how you want to take calls, listen to music, and mute your mics. Listen to your favorite content for up to 5 hours, or a total of 20 with your charging case.

Echo Auto

Why we like it

If you've been living in the future and want your car to catch up, then the Echo Auto(opens in a new tab) is for you. It lets you sync your car with Alexa for easier voice control options even with the noise of highways, air conditioning, and other common traffic nuisances. Make calls, reply to texts, and stay in touch with family, friends, and colleagues using Alexa. Echo Auto can help you catch up on your favorite podcasts, Audible books, or music completely hands-free.

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