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7dayshop Aero Freedom Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Headphones Headset with Mic for Hands free £37.99 delivered - sold by 7dayshop and fulfilled by Amazon
7dayshop Aero Freedom Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Headphones Headset with Mic for Hands free £37.99 delivered - sold by 7dayshop and fulfilled by Amazon

7dayshop Aero Freedom Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Headphones Headset with Mic for Hands free £37.99 delivered - sold by 7dayshop and fulfilled by Amazon

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What’s included
Headphones / Headset with Built in Microphone
3.5mm to 3.5mm connection cable (with Gold plated connectors) 1.5M length
3.5mm to 6.3mm phono adapter (with Gold plated connectors)
3.5mm to Dual-plug airplane adapter block (Gold connectors)
Tough and protective EVA slim-line travel case with zip (Case Measures: H21 x W18 x D5cm)
USB to Micro USB charging lead
Carry pouch for holding cable and adapters

Specs
Bluetooth chipset: CSR8645 w/apt-X
Noise-cancellation rate: 85%
Speakers: 40mm Mylar
Audio impedance: 32 Ohm
Charging time: approximately 3 hours
Charging: micro USB
Bluetooth operating range: up to 10m
Connection: 3.5mm jack
Battery times (approximate):
Bluetooth only: 15 hours
Noise cancelling only: 30 hours
Bluetooth and noise cancelling: 12 hours

7dayshop direct link for more info / reviews
7dayshop.com/pro…004

26 Comments

Heat and ordered. Seem perfect for my needs.

I bought the wired version the other day for the kids after trying all sorts of headphones for holiday flights. I have to say they are pretty good. Not Bose standard but for that kind of money if the kids can listen on an aircraft and actually hear their game / programme without the engine noise I'm happy. They even come with a case very similar to my Bose but without the branding. Worth the money IMHO x

For what it's worth, these appear to be the same as the Lindy BNX-60 which get excellent reviews. There was a recent misprice of those which didn't get honoured, and I ordered these instead - although the first pair had dodgy Bluetooth reception and I eventually ordered a replacement which seems much better.

Ashe

For what it's worth, these appear to be the same as the Lindy BNX-60 … For what it's worth, these appear to be the same as the Lindy BNX-60 which get excellent reviews. There was a recent misprice of those which didn't get honoured, and I ordered these instead - although the first pair had dodgy Bluetooth reception and I eventually ordered a replacement which seems much better.



I ordered a pair of these and am very impressed. The bass is a little overdriven but the noise cancellation and built quality are very good. The thin headband can get a little uncomfortable after long periods but is generally fine.

andjusticeforall

I ordered a pair of these and am very impressed. The bass is a little … I ordered a pair of these and am very impressed. The bass is a little overdriven but the noise cancellation and built quality are very good. The thin headband can get a little uncomfortable after long periods but is generally fine.



How well do they cancel out voices / other office sounds?

Edited by: "hoojie" 17th Jan

I know it's obvious to some, but maybe not to others.
This requires 2x AAA batteries, not included.

crackdealer635

I know it's obvious to some, but maybe not to others.This requires 2x AAA … I know it's obvious to some, but maybe not to others.This requires 2x AAA batteries, not included.



​Really? It says "High power built in intelligent USB rechargeable battery" in the description. I would prefer AAA's to be honest as I could then replace them.

I can confirm the battery is built in.

Crossbow

The model down that uses 2x AAA batteries (£29.99 at present):7dayshop … The model down that uses 2x AAA batteries (£29.99 at present):7dayshop Headphones AERO 7 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones with Aeroplane Kit and Travel Case


So it is.
Apologies. I searched the name of the product on YouTube and got the 2xAAA battery version from 7dayshop's channel.
youtu.be/hBi…rLU

Crossbow

The model down that uses 2x AAA batteries (£29.99 at present):7dayshop … The model down that uses 2x AAA batteries (£29.99 at present):7dayshop Headphones AERO 7 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones with Aeroplane Kit and Travel Case



​I`d like to add that the AAA battery version doesn`t have bluetooth if that matters to people, the power is needed for the noise cancellation.

Just received these today as ordered yesterday just before this deal came up. Great sound! Very happy for the price. Took them to the gym and couldn't hear the rubbish music they play with noise cancelling on which I could with other pairs.

s6uav

Just received these today as ordered yesterday just before this deal came … Just received these today as ordered yesterday just before this deal came up. Great sound! Very happy for the price. Took them to the gym and couldn't hear the rubbish music they play with noise cancelling on which I could with other pairs.



​Bought these just now on your recommendation.

finnmaccool

​Bought these just now on your recommendation.



No pressure then! I think without spending £100s you're not going to get better than these

Anyone know if they do an in ear version of these yet?

Any idea if they would survive a rain shower or two?!

finnmaccool

​Bought these just now on your recommendation.



And back to Amazon they go..

finnmaccool

And back to Amazon they go..




You really have given them a good try, haven't you?

What exactly was the problem? I find them excellent, as doesanother person who bought them in the Lindy misprice thread.

You do need noise cancelling switched on all the time though to get excellent sound.

Ok, So I've kept them. So fickle. They are growing on me. Good Bluetooth range but not sure about the NC. For the money they aren't too bad.

The wired version was good for the price but it did sound poor unless you powered them on, so would recommend you keep spare batteries with you. The battery compartment was also very flimsy and cracked quickly and the cable stopped working very early on, something which I would assume shouldn't be a problem here, so heated.

I bought these last year and they work really well in the gym. Also tried them on a flight and when I purchased them last year at approx £40 they were well worth the price compared to what Bose, Sony and beats charge. You can also connect them to your phone/iPod via Bluetooth or the wire included

I tried the wired ones of these but sent them back as I found them painful to wear. Does anyone know if these are the same basic design?

Are these the same generic headphones as the LINDY
BNX60 from Richer Sounds. They look identical.

I got a pair but sending them back. They seem decent but the problem I was having is that when playing music the songs keep breaking up as if there was interference. It was random, could go a few songs with no problems then one would be breaking up all the time.

Shame really as not bad for the price overall.

Are these actually the same at the Lindy BNX-60? Or just a cheaper knock off?
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