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Anker Bluetooth Headphones,Wireless Headphones with Magnetic Earbuds, Secure Fit for Sport,Running, Gym with Built-in Mic, Noise Cancellation, and IPX4 Sweatproof . Amazon £12.99 prime / £16.98 Non-Prime
Anker Bluetooth Headphones,Wireless Headphones with Magnetic Earbuds, Secure Fit for Sport,Running, Gym with Built-in Mic, Noise Cancellation, and IPX4 Sweatproof . Amazon £12.99 prime / £16.98 Non-Prime

Anker Bluetooth Headphones,Wireless Headphones with Magnetic Earbuds, Secure Fit for Sport,Running, Gym with Built-in Mic, Noise Cancellation, and IPX4 Sweatproof . Amazon £12.99 prime / £16.98 Non-Prime

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As above , well reviewed Bluetooth headphones

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Thanks op was looking for a new pair since I lost my last ones.

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polo03

Thanks op was looking for a new pair since I lost my last ones.


Bloody good price too .

anyone have these and know how they cope with jogging? do they stay in?

Pjcity

anyone have these and know how they cope with jogging? do they stay in?


They hate jogging and they never go out when it's raining!oO

I've got a pair of these, they're good headphones. You get different sizes bits to suit your ears so you should be able to get a good fit. Great sound as well. Well worth it at this price!

Anyone know how they compare against mpow swift ones

I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially for £5.99

I have these. They fall out quite easily and aren't great for high volume but they look nice. Feel sturdy and the magnetic ends are cool.

Yeah. The is my second Bluetooth set of headphones and these suffer from the same issue of falling out when running. I've tried all of the adapters and some are better than others and stay in for longer but all inevitable fall out.

The Aukey ones with pedometer seem like a better deal overall (for £5.99), though they are a bit bulkier. The same ones are $24 in the U.S. so I'm not sure if they just pay more for headphones or if they are just on offer here. £5.99 seems a crazy small amount given that they have APT-X, NFC and some level of noise cancellation.

It's rubbish, I have one around 6 months. Battery is rubbish, not recommended.

Maskarova

I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially … I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially for £5.99


Got a link to these (Aukey)?

The trouble with this set is that the plastic tube that is supposed to go into the ear canal is much wider than other earphones, so they don't sit well in your ears. I know this as I bought a pair.

I'd recommend the soundpeats earphones - much more comfortable and better sound quality too. I'd you do prefer to stick with Anker, the IE20s are a good shout.

Mpow magneto for me, thanks though

dorito

Got a link to these (Aukey)?



They're not difficult to find - just search for them on Amazon

horsepills

They're not difficult to find - just search for them on Amazon



These?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Earphones-Wireless-Headphones-Hands-free-x/dp/B01DBVLO7W/ref=sr_1_11?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1485557164&sr=1-11&keywords=aukey+bluetooth+earphones

Look bit too bulky.

B_T

These?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Earphones-Wireless-Headphones-Hands-free-x/dp/B01DBVLO7W/ref=sr_1_11?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1485557164&sr=1-11&keywords=aukey+bluetooth+earphonesLook bit too bulky.



Agree - but I wasn't the one recommending them

Anyone know how these compare to the QCY QY8 ?

Is there anyway of knowing the battery level of the headset on an android device?

It puts me off not knowing how much battery is on the headset, and I checked online and these headsets have no battery level indicator on them.

ceanth

Is there anyway of knowing the battery level of the headset on an android … Is there anyway of knowing the battery level of the headset on an android device?It puts me off not knowing how much battery is on the headset, and I checked online and these headsets have no battery level indicator on them.



There is no way to see the battery level, but there is an led light that flashes when you get to low power

I've been using these Anker ones in the gym for the past 3 months. They haven't failed me yet and pair quickly with my phone. The buds have good battery life, charge quickly and they're less garish than some other designs.

Occasionally I might have to readjust them but it's not a major issue. Also, sound quality isn't fantastic but if you're going to be using them for cardio they certainly do the job.

Maskarova

I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially … I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially for £5.99



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Maskarova

I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially … I'm a fan of anker but the aukey ones are quite good as well, especially for £5.99



​Have a link for these headphones you speak of my friend? Thanks in advance

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curridd

​Have a link for these headphones you speak of my friend? Thanks in a … ​Have a link for these headphones you speak of my friend? Thanks in advance


Comment number 16 has link on amazon for the Aukey ones .

Pjcity

anyone have these and know how they cope with jogging? do they stay in?



I got a pair of these at Christmas for jogging. Sound quality is only ok. Great to have no headphone tangle while running but I still find the earbuds falling out occasionally when running.

Still good value at £13 for Bluetooth headphones because there's a big price jump to premium alternatives.

I know they cost a little but was considering getting these. Anyone own a pair and what do you think?

amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1485590996&sr=8-2π=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=TaoTronics&dpPl=1&dpID=31qChFzS1WL&ref=plSrch

excellent price, great quality.

Gone through a lot of bluetooth earphones including these ones for rollerblading, gym etc but nothing seems to stay in.

Plantronics Backbeat Fit are the best, simply don't budge from my ears no matter what but they like 50 quid.

Pjcity

anyone have these and know how they cope with jogging? do they stay in?



I wear them for running. I found they fell out practically every few minutes, until I swapped them to the over-ear clip (shown below) - photo courtesy of Amazon reviews... not mine!.

http://i.imgur.com/tXAZAdW.jpg

I think they're great for the price, and thankfully work with my TomTom Spark watch.
Edited by: "emJayO" 28th Jan

horsepills

There is no way to see the battery level, but there is an led light that … There is no way to see the battery level, but there is an led light that flashes when you get to low power


When paired to an iPhone you see a battery level in the status bar and notification centre. Think Android does something similar.

Bought 2 of these for when the first one packed in.....first pair still going strong....work in rain and decent sound....have to readjust the right ear one every now and then but for the money...well worth it.

I got these

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B011ITGPKU/ref=pd_aw_sim_23_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=M978YR8NC6FYTC6SB80G


They seem to be really good so far

You get a discount on some other Anker products when you purchase these so worth having a look to see if there's anything else you "need".

I've been using the Taotronics TT-BH07 and can't believe how good they sound for £24. Fit very well, too, and snap together around the neck like a necklace when not in use.

amazon.co.uk/Blu…BPC

Pretty good quality as usual with Anker, but with one major downside: the bass is rather non-existent (even compared to EarPods, which aren't exactly known for their bass response), and if you crank up the volume to try and get some bass the highs get very very tinny.

But good for non-bassy music and podcasts (which is what I use mine for). And excellent value for the price.

I have these and love them. I was a yurbuds user for running but not anymore

THey look good for the money but cvc6 noise cancellation is just for during calls and not when you're pootling about in a world of your own/

joshi99

I've been using the Taotronics TT-BH07 and can't believe how good they … I've been using the Taotronics TT-BH07 and can't believe how good they sound for £24. Fit very well, too, and snap together around the neck like a necklace when not in use.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Earphones-TaoTronics-Headphones-Magnetic/dp/B017I9CBPC



I concur with respect to the Taotronics. Bought these about a year ago and use them for the gym on an almost daily basis. When jogging or running, sometimes for hours, these stay firmly planted in the ear and have never once fallen out. They are comfortable to wear over long periods of time, the sound quality is excellent and the battery life is also very good. I use these with my android smart-phone listening to music while in the gym or out and about walking. The in-line controls work as expected too.

merridge642

Pretty good quality as usual with Anker, but with one major downside: the … Pretty good quality as usual with Anker, but with one major downside: the bass is rather non-existent (even compared to EarPods, which aren't exactly known for their bass response), and if you crank up the volume to try and get some bass the highs get very very tinny. But good for non-bassy music and podcasts (which is what I use mine for). And excellent value for the price.



Agreed. I've got two pairs of these, ordered a second when they dropped to £12.99. They're great value, good for casual listening and work calls. I use the EQ in Spotify to knock the treble down a bit, which has helped the overall balance and the tinny issue.

Neostar

Anyone know how these compare to the QCY QY8 ?



These are tinny sounding compared to QY8s , QY8s are really good quality bass and sound overall.
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