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Amazon - Anker Bluetooth Headphones - £12.99

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High-Fidelity Sound: Connect your phone or tablet via Bluetooth 4.0 and instantly begin to enjoy crisp, skip-free stereo sound from up to 66-feet away. The latest CVC 6.0 noise cancellation technology… Read More
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High-Fidelity Sound: Connect your phone or tablet via Bluetooth 4.0 and instantly begin to enjoy crisp, skip-free stereo sound from up to 66-feet away. The latest CVC 6.0 noise cancellation technology effectively filters background noise during hands-free calls.
Incredible Playtime: SoundBuds provide an impressive 8-hour playtime on a single charge, allowing you to play through a week's worth of workouts! (Playtime varies according to volume level and audio content).
Comfortable Fit: Included S/M/L eartips and in-ear earhooks ensure a comfortable and secure fit for everyone. Neckband design prevents troublesome wires from tangling during your workout.
IPX4-Rated Splashproof: Unlike most sport headsets, Soundbuds are built for your active lifestyle, boasting a certified IPX4 rating that ensures they withstand dripping sweat, heavy rain and even a splash from your sports drink!
What You Get: Anker SoundBuds, Micro USB charging cable, S/M/L eartips, 3 pairs in-ear earhooks, FitClip, travel pouch, our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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#1
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1 Like #2
**** sake only bought these the other day, great earphones for the price though.
#3
why is this cold?
1 Like #4
stuffandthangs
why is this cold?


it's not.
1 Like #5
The Anker charging cables I have ordered are great, sadly these earphones didn't last 2 weeks before failing and the battery life was poor, not even 40 minutes.

Did some research and found a pair of Plantronics backbeat go 2 for under £30 new on ebay, much better build quality and already last longer. Get almost 4 hours out of each charge.

not every time but certainly this time the old adage buy cheap buy twice is true.
#6
bought these last week too oh well. I like them
#7
garbagerich
bought these last week too oh well. I like them


What's the battery life like on em?
#8
How small do the ear plugs go?
1 Like #9
fiffio101
The Anker charging cables I have ordered are great, sadly these earphones didn't last 2 weeks before failing and the battery life was poor, not even 40 minutes.

Did some research and found a pair of Plantronics backbeat go 2 for under £30 new on ebay, much better build quality and already last longer. Get almost 4 hours out of each charge.

not every time but certainly this time the old adage buy cheap buy twice is true.


Sounds faulty, 40mins battery life?
#10
perfect thanks!
2 Likes #11
Yeah anker did refund tho but expected much more from the product and despite the terrible battery life the build quality was poor and knew it wouldn't last but I guess at the price point your getting what you pay for.

Tend to look more at the 1 star reviews to get a truer feel for the product, Amazon reviews are now totally unreliable due to "professional" reviews and people who got the product for free in exchange for an "unbiased" review.
1 Like #12
Yeah, these are terrible. They don't fit very well and fall out, they are also uncomfortable at the same time. Also the battery life is awful.
1 Like #13
fiffio101
Yeah anker did refund tho but expected much more from the product and despite the terrible battery life the build quality was poor and knew it wouldn't last but I guess at the price point your getting what you pay for.
Tend to look more at the 1 star reviews to get a truer feel for the product, Amazon reviews are now totally unreliable due to "professional" reviews and people who got the product for free in exchange for an "unbiased" review.

They've stopped that now haven't they? I'm sure I saw something about it the other month being disbanded.
*EDIT*

Well it looks as if they've told sellers off for offering free items for positive reviews, however they still offer free items themselves, but obviously you won't have to be super positive, just hope the people are honest about it I hope.

Edited By: drnkbeer on Dec 02, 2016 17:36
#14
I'm going to risk it!
#15
Nice
#16
I've had two sets of these. Very happy with them.

battery life tends to be anywhere between 6-8 hours and the sound quality is very good (though rarely picks up a tiny bit of interference from passing traffic!)

The main issue I have had is that the rubber tips aren't overly secure. I lost one previously and was forced to buy an entirely new set (although Anker did give me a discount). I've actually taken to super-gluing them on my set to stop it happening again, though to be fair, I don't tend to take the best care of my earphones.

For this price, I wouldn't hesitate.
#17
fiffio101
The Anker charging cables I have ordered are great, sadly these earphones didn't last 2 weeks before failing and the battery life was poor, not even 40 minutes.

Did some research and found a pair of Plantronics backbeat go 2 for under £30 new on ebay, much better build quality and already last longer. Get almost 4 hours out of each charge.

not every time but certainly this time the old adage buy cheap buy twice is true.


Good call, you can't make good Bluetooth headphones for £14
#18
Had mine for a while now,last well over six hours and survived going through the washing machine.Good bluetooth earphone.
2 Likes #19
Oh and if folk are having trouble with the tips try some foam ones from comply or veritas on Amazon. Much more comfortable in your ear and help them stay in.
#20
Lol ffs not long ago got these
Bit annoying the ear peaces fall out though but only my first day today trying them otherwise great headphones :)
#21
fiffio101
Oh and if folk are having trouble with the tips try some foam ones from comply or veritas on Amazon. Much more comfortable in your ear and help them stay in.


Link?
#22
RRP £16.99. Let's be honest they're probably not very good
#23
james1290
RRP £16.99. Let's be honest they're probably not very good


I've got a pair that cost £6 from eBay and they sound decent, only use them for gym. If one side wasn't so large then I'd keep them. I'm also ok with my apple earpods and they're nothing special either. As long as these don't sound like poundland headphones then I'm good
#24
been after a pair for running after my last pair died with all the sweat...nice.
hope these withstand the water, great price and the reviews sound positive.
#25
will make a great little gift for my bro who spends a lot of time on his feet... if they last more than a couple of hours it's a win win for £13 :)
#26
Check out Ausdom Bluetooth headphones, Outstanding value.
#27
Still have my rarely used, QY7's, that were about a fiver. Battery life is good and sound is decent but they have to be line of sight with my phone when running or the signal is blocked. somewhat disappointing to say the least....
#28
james1290
RRP £16.99. Let's be honest they're probably not very good

Just because an RRP is relatively low to that of say Bose doesn't at all say that these are "probably not very good".
1 Like #29
First days use is very positive! I listen to mainly house music and the sound is nice and full. Using at the gym today was also a great experience, no falling out etc. The only problem I had is it took a while and a lot of fiddling to connect to Apple Watch, they connected to my iPhone instantly.
#30
I bought these and was initially less than fully satisfied with the bass and overall volume when paired to my galaxy s7. I also had to pull a lot of the middle out on the eq. I was considering getting another more expensive set when I thought I'd try them with viper4android first and the difference is night and day. I've rooted my phone and am running a custom Rom call 'superman' that has that viper4audio, dolby atmos plus a louder sound output mod built in and these headphones sound amazing now!

Edited By: jespurrier on Dec 30, 2016 17:43: spelling!!
#31
QuickProfits
Check out Ausdom Bluetooth headphones, Outstanding value.


which ones
#32
gtd65
Still have my rarely used, QY7's, that were about a fiver. Battery life is good and sound is decent but they have to be line of sight with my phone when running or the signal is blocked. somewhat disappointing to say the least....

Same issue, if phone is in my pocket the crackling is regular, especially if you pass your hand/arm in between phone and headset. raised with Anker support to see if it's something they think is a fault, before i'll just send them back.
#33
wez_p
gtd65
Still have my rarely used, QY7's, that were about a fiver. Battery life is good and sound is decent but they have to be line of sight with my phone when running or the signal is blocked. somewhat disappointing to say the least....
Same issue, if phone is in my pocket the crackling is regular, especially if you pass your hand/arm in between phone and headset. raised with Anker support to see if it's something they think is a fault, before i'll just send them back.

To be honest, I find wired headsets to be less hassle at the end of the day and never need charged up ;)

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