Motorola Bluetooth Headphones, Marked £28, now £6,71 [Tesco, In-store] - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Bought these this evening...priced £28.00 reduced to £6.71. Granted in all probability may be a 'manager's special' but I thought I'd flag it in case it's available in other stores.

Excellent sound quality with very little 'leakage'. ..may not be everyone's cup of tea visually though.


Fun Features
Stream music from your Bluetooth 1.1 or higher enabled mobile phone with Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP).

Call Management Features
Answer phone calls with your Bluetooth 1.2 stereo headphones and a Bluetooth 1.1 or higher enabled mobile phone (note: voice calls are not supported by PC adapter; for optimal use, power-off the Bluetooth feature in your handset when using this adapter.)
Hands-free, wire-free connection up to 10 meters (33 ft.) from a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or adapter

Lifestyle Features
Wirelessly listen to music and never miss a call
Intuitive controls - music buttons on right earpiece, call buttons on left
Imbedded microphone
Lightweight and comfortable to wear

Performance Features
Talk Time: Approximately 17 hours
Music Time: Approximately 12 hours
Standby Time: Approximately 500 hours

Technical Specifications
Dimensions: 165mm x 165mm x 63.5mm
Weight: 100gtion up to 10 meters (33 ft.) from a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone or adapter
More From Tesco:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
ged88 Avatar
6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Options

All Comments

(29) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
What store was this at and what is the model number of the headphones?
#2
Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.

HT820.
#3
ahh a fellow coatbrig member lol so how many were left. Kickin myself as i was in there about half 5 as well but thought nah il not bother going up to the electricals grrr :x
#4
Would be brilliant if I can get these, will use them for my ps3. My tv doesn't have an headphone jack and my parents hate me waking them. Off to check local 24hour
#5
They were indeed upstairs Sir, I nabbed two which were on display next to the mobile phones section up at the back.

Couldn't see them displayed in the mobile accessories section though. Off to post about the Paddington Bear they also had!
#6
ged88
Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.

HT820.


Can u put up the sku code from ur receipt then we can check with customer services to do a local store stock check ta. HnR 2u:thumbsup:
#7
There's no code on the receipt..and I got the price wrong, they were £6.41.

There are two codes on the box:

Small white sticker - 1572131

...and a product barcode

5 025322 303382
#8
ged88
There's no code on the receipt..and I got the price wrong, they were £6.41.

There are two codes on the box:

Small white sticker - 1572131

...and a product barcode

5 025322 303382


Cheers m8:thumbsup:
#9
None left:x
#10
I have a set of Sony Bluetooth headphones, they have the advantage of not dying after 3 months because there's no connection to break!
#11
WheresMeNuts
None left:x


None left where exactly:?
I wish peeps wud say the name/area of the stores they visit save others local a wasted journey:santa:
#12
Anyone that's willing to pick me up a pair if they find in stock I'll pay £5 to go towards buying yourself a drink for Christmas :p and cover postage of course.
#13
Anyway of finding out what stores do these? None in littlehampton
#14
I've had one of them for last 2 years and I still use them every day when on the Bus, Train or cycling. Strongly recomended!!!! Only downside that they might get heavy after more then one hour use, but that is only for the first weeks ;) Still worth even 30 quid...
#15
well if anyone can get them for that price it's a steal ;-)
i've been using these for 2 years, they're great little headphones :) paid about 25/30 squid for mine i think..
#16
I have had set of these for about 2 years - very good battery life and clear sound. The only down side is you can't charge them while they are turned on,but you can charge from car lighter or computer USB as well as mains, so plenty of options.
#17
None in Swindon so don't waste ur time
#18
None in the Dunfermline Tesco Extra or the Rosyth Metro (not that I would expect them too)

Save yourself the trip.
#19
I have a pair of these which I purchased for use with PS3, for which they work well as a headset, although A2DP(Stereo music functionality)does not work with PS3 at the moment(but maybe in the future with firmware upgrade).
They charge with the same USB lead that charges the controllers of PS3,so it isn't necessary to have charger lying around.
They do work well with PC media player (A2DP protocol Bluetooth dongle may be required) when I potter around downstairs of my openplan house, if your media player is open as topmost window the remote functionality (AVRCP)works also (Play/Pause/Stop/Skip Reverse/Forward).
One thing that might not be apparent prior to purchasing is that with them being over-ear type headphones if you wear glasses(or sunglasses in the summer) depending on type they might not be ideal.

I hope this info is of use to someone.
#20
I have just called cs 0800 505555 and they could not find the product on the system, i gave them the op supplied info including barcode etc but nothing showing, well that is for Merseyside area, hope that helps others, gud luck to anyone else:santa:
#21
none in gorton and baguely manchester
#22
adeo
None left where exactly:?
I wish peeps wud say the name/area of the stores they visit save others local a wasted journey:santa:


None left in Coatbridge :x
#23
Methos
None in the Dunfermline Tesco Extra or the Rosyth Metro (not that I would expect them too)

Save yourself the trip.

Your right, the Rosyth Metro is a hopeless place!!
#24
I've had a pair of these for a little over a year now, they are truly wonderful headphones - very decent battery life
(although one of my friends did complain that they ran out of puff during his 30hr WoW raid. but apparently they do work with Ventrilo and similar), and a very good quality sound production. They can be used as regular headphones as well as BT headphones if you wish to, and I really love the ability to have it paired with both a BT mp3 player and also a BT phone, and the headphones will switch over, and pause your mp3 player, when you recieve a call.

As for the glasses thing, it's not ideal, but it's not nearly as uncomfortable as a lot of over-ear headphones that I have worn. and because the weight of these is centered around the ears, rather than having a heavy battery pack at the neck, then they are a lot more stable than others (I wear mine when juggling).
#25
I've got these headphones, the battery is knackered on them and there's no obvious way of replacing it. The manual doesn't mention about replacing the battery either. So now they're just junk to me :( I just took the ear pads off and there's 3 torx screws per side. I suppose I could try and take them apart but it's obvious once the battery is dead so is the life of the product from Motorola's point of view. Had these h/phones two years though and if you get two years worth of use out of them for £6.71 then that's not a bad deal at all considering that when they do work they are decent.
#26
none in watford super-big tesco
#27
None in Ipswich
#28
none in the large birimingham/solihull store
#29
anyone know if these are anywhere in london?

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!