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Amazon Prime Only - Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones for Samsung and Android Devices - £50.00

£50.00 @ Amazon
Seems like a good price as most stores selling it for just under £100. Probably get mixed responses from audiophiles as it's BOSE, but posted incase it helps anyone out. Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
Seems like a good price as most stores selling it for just under £100. Probably get mixed responses from audiophiles as it's BOSE, but posted incase it helps anyone out.
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
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#1
Thanks! Just ordered a pair, it's a shame amazon doesn't offer accidental damage cover like Argos or Currys
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These are now showing as £50, even better. Heat added and ordering a pair now.
#3
gavsim
These are now showing as £50, even better. Heat added and ordering a pair now.
You're right! My £60 pair is already prepping for dispatch, may have to reorder!
#4
liamdaly
Thanks! Just ordered a pair, it's a shame amazon doesn't offer accidental damage cover like Argos or Currys

They do. I got three years accidental damage warranty for my Bose QC30's. £15 I believe.

Edited By: daverobinson5243 on Jul 11, 2017 13:12
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daverobinson5243
liamdaly
Thanks! Just ordered a pair, it's a shame amazon doesn't offer accidental damage cover like Argos or Currys
They do. I got three years accidental damage warranty for my Bose QC30's. £15 I believe.
will have to take a look. thanks
#6
gavsim
These are now showing as £50, even better. Heat added and ordering a pair now.
glad I checked on this thread again, cancelled the order and ordered again! thanks
#7
Do they actually have any bass? I've never found any earbud types which do, and the reviews say yes and no!
#8
CS82
gavsim
These are now showing as £50, even better. Heat added and ordering a pair now.
You're right! My £60 pair is already prepping for dispatch, may have to reorder!
Same. Good luck. Had a nightmare with amazon cs trying them to correct the price to £50. No resolution
#9
jasee
Do they actually have any bass? I've never found any earbud types which do, and the reviews say yes and no!

I've always avoided earbuds for that reason......doesn't seem like you can get enough speaker in those little pods.
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jasee
Do they actually have any bass? I've never found any earbud types which do, and the reviews say yes and no!


I've had multiple different sets of earbuds that do. The problem is getting them to fit in your ear properly.
Try holding them in your ear, then you'll notice the difference. Pity you'd look daft walking everywhere doing so :P
#11
Back up to £60
#12
jasee
Do they actually have any bass? I've never found any earbud types which do, and the reviews say yes and no!

You have to get a very good fit, if the grommets aren't snug, and the buds don't go deep enough, the bass will be poor.
That said, if the gommets are too big, they'll be tight, but I find they then start to slide out of my ears (you might need to de-wax your ears and ensure the surface of the rubber is clean and dry to stop that happening)

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