Bluetooth Enabled Stereo Headphones Was £24.99 NOW £14.99 Free delivery @ 7dayshop + Quidco - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
310Expired

Bluetooth Enabled Stereo Headphones Was £24.99 NOW £14.99 Free delivery @ 7dayshop + Quidco

£14.99 @ 7dayShop
PLENTY STOCK, GET IT NOW!! 20 Hours battery life, 400 hours standby. look great. Delivering clean and clear sound quality wirelessly! High performance bluetooth- enabled headphones for mobi… Read More
mistah Avatar
7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
PLENTY STOCK, GET IT NOW!!

20 Hours battery life, 400 hours standby.
look great.

Delivering clean and clear sound quality wirelessly!

High performance bluetooth- enabled headphones for mobile phones, Iphone 3g, 3gs, laptops etc
Can also be used as a handsfree Kit and for other applications such as msn, skype, yahoo etc.
Has a folding headband for easy storage, answer Button switches automatically between music and incoming calls.

Features:
Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR Class 2
Supports latest version of A2DP 1.2 and AVRCP 1.0 Profiles
Supports Bluetooth Headset and hands frr profile (HFP 1.5)
5 Button design :MFB, VOL +VOL-,FWD,REV.
LED Indicator Status : Blue, Red
Skip track function
Volume control
Rechargeable 400mAh Li-Polymer Battery
Charge Adapter Output: DC 5V&200 mA
5-10 meter working distance
Working time : UP to 20 hours
Standby time : UP to 400 hours
Dimensions (Main Body) : 54 X 23mm
Weight : 71.2g

20 hours music playback time, hi-fi sound activity, folding headband design and attractive price.

Changing Track function does not work on iPhone (all models).
More From 7dayShop:

All Comments

(58) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
im tempted to buy some so i can tear them apart and fix them into my motorcycle helmet for a "poor mans" motorcycle hands-free kit!
#2
Couple of good reviews also... Looks like they were selling at £12.99 previously, but this still looks good value at £14.99...
#3
Hmmm, anyone know if these work with a ps3?
#4
adamck
im tempted to buy some so i can tear them apart and fix them into my motorcycle helmet for a "poor mans" motorcycle hands-free kit!


You would struggle to get bluetooth headphones to work inside a helmet, They really need to be line of sight,
#5
tonyg1962
You would struggle to get bluetooth headphones to work inside a helmet, They really need to be line of sight,


Eh?? I can leave my phone in my car, shut the door and walk up to 10 metres away and my bluetooth headset still works.
banned#6
tonyg1962;7012130
You would struggle to get bluetooth headphones to work inside a helmet, They really need to be line of sight,


Ermm no, I think your thinking of infrared
#7
DerekW13
Eh?? I can leave my phone in my car, shut the door and walk up to 10 metres away and my bluetooth headset still works.


What headset is that ?.
#8
i have my iPhone in my jackets inside pocket (shirt pocket height) and then mod the headset into the helmet (about 10 inches away from the phone) im sure it will work.
The helmet is only carbon fibre, not lead! lol.
now to find a way of mounting the iphone to the bike in a waterproof manor....
banned#9
tonyg1962;7012195
What headset is that ?.


I've got 3 different Bluetooth headsets that all work between 10 and 30 feet away,Bluetooth is basically a wireless signal so no line of site needed.
#10
SHOWMAN36
I've got 3 different Bluetooth headsets that all work between 10 and 30 feet away,Bluetooth is basically a wireless signal so no line of site needed.


I know its wirleless lol but i have had three sets of Sony bluetooth headphones and they all drop signal occasionally with my phones in my pocket,
banned#11
tonyg1962;7012488
I know its wirleless lol but i have had three sets of Sony bluetooth headphones and they all drop signal occasionally with my phones in my pocket,


As you find my post amusing and your obviously a pro, please point me in the direction of any info that says you have to have a line of sight to use Bluetooth?
#12
Sach
Couple of good reviews also... Looks like they were selling at £12.99 previously, but this still looks good value at £14.99...

Yeah i got'em a few months back for that price from 7day via HUKD, they work really well with my samsung toco, i do get some drop in signal but they work better than my motorola s9's.
Hnr op:thumbsup::santa:
#13
gatch
Hmmm, anyone know if these work with a ps3?


ye it does
#14
I bought one of these when they were £12.99.

They're absolutely BRILLIANT. I know some people had faulty ones or problems with theirs but mine has been working perfectly and the sound quality is great.

I paired it with my notebook and the sound quality was superb (Stereo sound).

Make sure you charge it for 3-4 hours before first use.

I have only charged mine once so far. I am using them right now trying to drain the battery. Doesn't seem to want to die. If they were still priced at £12.99 I would by another pair.

But can't justify paying £14.99 after paying £12.99

Still a good price for anyone who doesn't have one already.
#15
Hi,

I purchased these at 14.99 from the shop and they are great headphones! I paired them up to my computer but it cannot find any 'services'. I then installed the Bluesoleil drivers that came with my dongle, but they are only evaluation. I then paired it sucessfully. However, I need something thats not going to disconnect once the eval perioid is over. Has anybody else paired them with a computer?

Plaese let me know, it would be highly appreciated!

Many Thanks :-D
#16
I've been wanting this for ages! Thanks
#17
Have ordered as seems good price and a good product according to reviews...will this work with a iphone 36 without a bluetooth adaptor?
#18
they appear to be un-branded. I don't expect these will be any good
#19
will this work with a 2g ipod touch?
#20
Lewis321;7333188
they appear to be un-branded. I don't expect these will be any good



What a stupid f**king comment.
#21
southwell65
What a stupid f**king comment.


what a pointless comment. if your going to criticise my opinion, make it constructive. P*ss Lips
#22
noscreen
will this work with a 2g ipod touch?


nope
#23
Lewis321
they appear to be un-branded. I don't expect these will be any good


Thats why 'reviews' come in handy..check them on the website...
#24
verma
Thats why 'reviews' come in handy..check them on the website...


They are usefull; but how many of those people that have reviewed the product, have another product to compare it with?

I want some bluetooth headphones to watch dvds with using my PS3. After looking at other products this seems a good deal (H&R given) but I'm still split on whether to spend more on a more speciallized branded product.
#25
Lewis321
what a pointless comment. if your going to criticise my opinion, make it constructive. P*ss Lips


It was constructive and straight to the point.
Your comment regarding branding means nothing in relation to the comments of others who have used the product. They compare the item to products they already use such as wired headphones and comment on the sound quality and the price and usefulness of the product. Your comment was based on you not comparing the item to anything, in fact you don't own the product but have decided that everyone should expect the item to be crap since it has no brand. Hope you had a lovely M&S Christmas.
#26
Lewis321
nope


hmm.. whats the point of the bluetooth on the ipod? :s
#27
Lewis321
They are usefull; but how many of those people that have reviewed the product, have another product to compare it with?

I want some bluetooth headphones to watch dvds with using my PS3. After looking at other products this seems a good deal (H&R given) but I'm still split on whether to spend more on a more speciallized branded product.


Unbranded or emblazoned with 'Sony', the Bluetooth chipsets used in these products are more often than not the same. The markup is the brand and that doesn't make it a better product for the extra money spent.

These headphones actually support newer versions of the Bluetooth protocols than the PS3 does looking at the description, so they're more capable than your games console.

For the money I'd wager they're worth the gamble, and if it helps with your decision making I bought a pair of Sony's supporting the '2.0' protocol a year ago for about the same price and haven't looked back. These '2.1's can only offer 'more' and 'better', regardless of the lack of a logo.
#28
L.Rawlins
Unbranded or emblazoned with 'Sony', the Bluetooth chipsets used in these products are more often than not the same. The markup is the brand and that doesn't make it a better product for the extra money spent.

These headphones actually support newer versions of the Bluetooth protocols than the PS3 does looking at the description, so they're more capable than your games console.

For the money I'd wager they're worth the gamble, and if it helps with your decision making I bought a pair of Sony's supporting the '2.0' protocol a year ago for about the same price and haven't looked back. These '2.1's can only offer 'more' and 'better', regardless of the lack of a logo.


bluetooth is only one component what about the drivers, batteries and everything else im sure these are ok and worth 15 quid but prob not on a par with your sony bluetooth headphones and bluetooth 2.1 wont offer any increased audio quality maybe some more battery life through more efficient communication with other bluetooth device
#29
Just a quick one that TopCashBack are offering 2% on 7dayshop purchases. Not much, but a little more!
#30
noscreen
will this work with a 2g ipod touch?


yes but changing Track function does not work.
#31
anyone know if these headphones can be used whilst they are being charged... i got the gear4 ones but a fundamental flaw (in my opinion!) is that they cant...
#32
I got these when they were 12.99 thinking that they would be average, but I and my other half were surprised at the good sound quality. They don't look very expensive, so if you are a bit of a poseur who is a brand ***** then avoid. But for me at 12.99/14.99 they do the job very well.
#33
Awesome. To confirm; I will be able to stream music from my netbook onto these. right?
#34
I purchased a couple of Sony Bluetooth headsets (DR-BT22) and the plan was to use them on holiday. Ipod with bluetooth adapter would stay by the sunloungers, while I would float off into the middle of the pool on my inflatable. When they worked, they worked well - I could even change song using the headphones, but 'Line of sight' mentioned earlier, did actually come into play with the Sonys, because if you turned your head at a 90o angle to the ipod, you lost the signal - I guess my head was too thick and the receiver was in the right phone. This would happen whether 1m away or 15m away.

I might give these a try at 14.99 and see if they're any better.
#35
I got a pair of these when they were £12.99. Work well, I use them to stream music from my laptop and pc at work. I found they don't work well when the phone is in my pocket. I've never had them run out on me, so battery life is good.
#36
Had mine for 6 months and I can confirm they're great value for money. Pairs with my Samsung Netbook, Nokia phones and HP Laptop. Really good sound and pretty comfortable - use them while running on the treadmill at the gym and there's very little movement.

Bargain at £15.

-Mikee-
#37
southwell65
It was constructive and straight to the point.
Your comment regarding branding means nothing in relation to the comments of others who have used the product. They compare the item to products they already use such as wired headphones and comment on the sound quality and the price and usefulness of the product. Your comment was based on you not comparing the item to anything, in fact you don't own the product but have decided that everyone should expect the item to be crap since it has no brand. Hope you had a lovely M&S Christmas.


I compared it to branded similar products. Your comment was as pointless as mine so stop kicking up a fuss.
#38
Lewis321
I compared it to branded similar products. Your comment was as pointless as mine so stop kicking up a fuss.


No, you didn't. You also stated that it didn't work with the itouch 2g.
#39
DerekW13
Eh?? I can leave my phone in my car, shut the door and walk up to 10 metres away and my bluetooth headset still works.


SHOWMAN36
Ermm no, I think your thinking of infrared


tonyg1962
What headset is that ?.


"Line of sight" is the wrong term, it should be distance from player/phone. Bluetooth stereo headsets have a much bigger datastream compared to a standard mono headset so need to have a stronger & better quality signal.

I bought these when they were £12.99 & expected them to be average. Sound quality is very good and the battery life is excellent. The ability to change tracks is also excellent. The only problem is occasional loss of signal if you turn your head!
#40
tonyg1962
You would struggle to get bluetooth headphones to work inside a helmet, They really need to be line of sight,


Wow, this place has some unbelievably wrong experts :oops:.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!