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Sephia in-ear Earphones was £39.99 Now £8.45 Prime Sold by Sephia and Fulfilled by Amazon. £12.44

£12.44 @ Amazon
Was £40! Now on sale for a pair of good quality Earphones that also come with a 1 year warranty to keep your mind at rest from buying another pair if it breaks. Read More
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6d, 10h agoFound 6 days, 10 hours ago
Was £40! Now on sale for a pair of good quality Earphones that also come with a 1 year warranty to keep your mind at rest from buying another pair if it breaks.
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6d, 10h agoFound 6 days, 10 hours ago
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vassy4u
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How long was October? Case closed. Comment something more useful next time.
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The Recommended Retail Price may be stated as £39.99 but, as vassy4u has shown above, the highest price recorded at CamelCamelCamel is £19.25.
#4
Usual Amazon massively inflated retail price.
#5
These will be the top end 'cheap chinese ones' nothing amazing. source: im a product tester and ive tried over 20 like these
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Multieman
How long was October? Case closed. Comment something more useful next time.
So just how useful was your comment of "Was £40!" when you compare it to his comment that evidences that they've generally been around £10 or so for the 15 months or so of price tracking?

Edited By: Ashe on Apr 19, 2017 00:43
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Multieman
vassy4u
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How long was October? Case closed. Comment something more useful next time.

More useful than a de-facto proof of more sensible price comparison?

Based on your information, this is a steal and will be fantastic quality for the price. With proof of historic pricing, I now know they won't be anywhere near the mdr ex650's i'm using right now.

I use HuKD to save on the things I tend to buy anyway. So vassy just helped me do that. Whereas you're peddling something as a steal, when in reality, it isn't...

(edit to fix some grammar)

Edited By: k1ngchr15 on Apr 19, 2017 11:25
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Multieman
vassy4u
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How long was October? Case closed. Comment something more useful next time.


Well to be fair, his comment was far more useful than your "was £40" comment, and a lot more accurate.
#9
Amazon really needs to stop this. Currys, Argos etc couldn't get away with this so why do they?
#10
k1ngchr15
Multieman
vassy4u
http://i65.tinypic.com/2jfezaq.png
How long was October? Case closed. Comment something more useful next time.

More useful than a de-facto proof of more sensible price comparison?

Based on your information, this is a steal and will be fantastic quality for the price. With proof of historic pricing, I now know they won't be anywhere near the mdr ex650's i'm using right now.

I use HuKD to save on the things I tend to buy anyway. So vassy just helped me do that. Whereas you're peddling something as a steal, when in reality, it isn't...

(edit to fix some grammar)


No one cares, you're trying too hard...

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