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#1
Which tesco? :)
#2
the Brent Cross Tesco in London.
#3
I don't really know how you edit my original post, but it's available online in blue and purple.

http://m.tesco.com/mt/www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Search/Default.aspx?searchBox=jib&newSort=true&un_jtt_redirect

but was in black and white in store too.
#4
doctortofu
I don't really know how you edit my original post, but it's available online in blue and purple.

http://m.tesco.com/mt/www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Search/Default.aspx?searchBox=jib&newSort=true&un_jtt_redirect

but was in black and white in store too.


Link updated, thanks for posting. :)
#5
tempted since I need new earbuds
#6
are they any good
#7
shineon
are they any good
Well, they are £9, so I would say NO!!!
#8
lordhammer
shineon
are they any good
Well, they are £9, so I would say NO!!!

A bit harsh, I bought a number of sub £10 Sony in ear headphones and they're great. I was going to link them but it seems they've been discontinued which is a great shame, but I'm glad I bought 4 of them at the time :D Here they are anyway: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDR-E-818-LP-Headphones-Black/dp/B00005QBUU/

I can't comment on these particular earbuds as I've never used them and don't like the ones that penetrate's the ear, prefer the ones that just sit in the ear, rather than the gel penetrators.


Edited By: DragonChris on Jul 01, 2014 10:11
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I've had a few pairs in the past and they're reasonable low end ones. I'll be picking up 2 pairs as I get through a pair every 6 months max. They always seem to blow in one ear.. At £4.50 a go I'll take that.
#10
Any of these flat cabled?
#11
DragonChris
lordhammer
shineon
are they any good
Well, they are £9, so I would say NO!!!

A bit harsh, I bought a number of sub £10 Sony in ear headphones and they're great. I was going to link them but it seems they've been discontinued which is a great shame, but I'm glad I bought 4 of them at the time :D Here they are anyway: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDR-E-818-LP-Headphones-Black/dp/B00005QBUU/

I can't comment on these particular earbuds as I've never used them and don't like the ones that penetrate's the ear, prefer the ones that just sit in the ear, rather than the gel penetrators.


Had these before..quality headphones and sad that they're discontinued (or it looks that way)

like you i don't like the whole ramming in the ear headphone style...already do enough damage as it is ;)
#12
Used for the 1st time today and one side as gone already! Will have to take them back.
#13
I've had a couple of pairs of these for a few days. Build is quite flimsy - the cables seem very thin. Not sure how long they will last - but - the sound quality is actually pretty good for a pair of headphones that only cost £4.50. Not a great deal of difference from my CX300-II that they have temporarily replaced.

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