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Posted 17 February 2023

AUKEY EP-T31 Wireless Charging Earbuds - 30 Hour Playtime / IPX5 / USB-C or Wireless Charging Case - £9.99 Using Code @ MyMemory

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Excellent to see these at £9.99 delivered using code HMMJNF
They were £8.99 at Christmas, although well worth a quid more if you're after keeping the costs down. You can see the price history on previous posts HERE

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Streamlined ergonomic design, ultra-low-latency, IPX5 level extra water resistance, available single earbud using. Perfect sound transfer partner for every environment.

  • Wireless charging
  • water resistance
  • Mini size
  • Ultra light

30 hour playtime5 hours, plus 25 hours more with the charging case. Good for workouts, runs, and sports.

IPX5 water resistance
Water resistant design protects against sweat & rain.

Powerful Charging Case
The earbuds could continue working for over 5 hours by a single charge. The charging case extends playback to more than 30 hours.

Key Features
  • Colour: Black
  • Playtime: 30 hour
  • Connection: USB-C cable
  • Weight: 8g

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UK Returns
If you are a UK customer please contact our Customer Service team at support@mymemory.com and they will be happy to provide return instructions for your specific order. Once received, be sure to include your order number so we can identify your order. For items over the value of £50 please send goods by Royal Mail Signed For post. Please retain proof of postage when returning items. Unfortunately we cannot be held responsible for goods lost in the post.
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  1. hotdog's avatar
    Not wanting to lampoon the deal, but, Anker p2i are only £16.99 at the minute on Amazon. No brainer for the extra 7 quid.
  2. TheBigLwinski's avatar
    These have awful reviews from those on here, waste of money.
    Cunningstunt1's avatar
    yep, I have 2, both disconnect regularly to the point of not bothering
  3. paulcdf's avatar
    Are there any decent, cheap earbuds with wireless charging?
    The Anker p2i's look good but no wireless charging.
  4. ThatWiggyLad's avatar
    Good value. Sounds actually pretty good.

    Although mine stopped working after a few months
  5. Waseem43's avatar
    I got these from one of the last deals and the left one stopped working after a week or so. Would rather get something else in range of £20 if you want a decent enough pair. 
  6. clever_dick1's avatar
    Bought these about 3 months ago up upgrade from my EP-T21. These fall out of my ears much easier than the 21s and you can’t touch them without the mute kicking in (too sensitive). Went back to the 21s for now, the 31s will be kept for back ups. Wouldn’t recommend even at this price
    LiquidL's avatar
    Totally agree re the touch button on each headphone. If you brush it with any part of your body it's going to pause whatever you were listening to.

    They fit my ears okay so are fine for the gym but they are no good for bedtime
  7. MrReeman's avatar
    I don't mean to down talk these, but I keep having one side disconnect now and again, also maybe specific to me.....I can't keep them in my ears, they are forever popping out!
    Good battery and price though.
  8. WCNM's avatar
    I once bought a different wireless headset from Mymemory . It stopped working after about 2-3 use.
  9. Gavin_Wilkinson0gy's avatar
    I bought these for about £8 a few weeks ago. Unusable with the ear tips in the box, with properly fitting ear tips (&bit of eq) they can sound remarkably good. Cheap earbuds with properly fitting ear tips can sound much better than premium earbuds with a bad fit. With these it's probably worth spending more on the ear tips than the earbuds ... and when they stop working in a week or too, not so bad...
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