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bluedio T3 Bluetooth headphones (black) £23.99 @ Amazon

£23.99 @ Amazon
Black Bluedio T3 headphones for only 23.99! Read More
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
Black Bluedio T3 headphones for only 23.99!
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4m, 6d agoFound 4 months, 6 days ago
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#1
Posted b4
1 Like #2
Thanks for posting. Are these any good?
1 Like #3
bfam
Thanks for posting. Are these any good?

amazing for the price, i bought a pair and the sound is very loud, only reason i returned it was, that it was so loud that other people could hear it, if its use for home, no problem, but if out on the train etc then personally i dont want others to hear.

thats a plus and negative, since it shows how loud it can get, it has its own volume control, to boost volume.
#4
ipsa
Posted b4


Those were the white ones for £24.99
#5
I bought a different pair of bluedio headphones recently and they've got a really annoying blue led that flashes every few seconds. It's fine during the day, but really irritating once it gets dark.
1 Like #6
nailsy
I bought a different pair of bluedio headphones recently and they've got a really annoying blue led that flashes every few seconds. It's fine during the day, but really irritating once it gets dark.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_tape
#7
migavupe
nailsy
I bought a different pair of bluedio headphones recently and they've got a really annoying blue led that flashes every few seconds. It's fine during the day, but really irritating once it gets dark.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_tape

Thanks, I tried putting something over the actual light, but it still flashes out of the vents on the side. I guess I could cover them as well, but it's not going to look very good.
#8
nailsy
migavupe
nailsy
I bought a different pair of bluedio headphones recently and they've got a really annoying blue led that flashes every few seconds. It's fine during the day, but really irritating once it gets dark.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_tape
Thanks, I tried putting something over the actual light, but it still flashes out of the vents on the side. I guess I could cover them as well, but it's not going to look very good.

Yeah I know what you mean, I have the same headphones.
#10
Back up to £29.99 now. Seems like it was a lightening deal.
#11
just purchased. reviews look good
1 Like #12

These are the older, older, older model. They made these then ones that folded then added an sd card reader to the folding ones then the new ones in the op.
#13
Our blue Rio headphones broke after 5 months.
#14
fionajones1291
Our blue Rio headphones broke after 5 months.


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