Bluedio Q5 Bluetooth V4.1 Headset Wireless Sports earphones Green - £7.23 / Red - £7.80  delivered @ Gearbest (Compatible  with iOS / Android / Windows phones etc)
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Bluedio Q5 Bluetooth V4.1 Headset Wireless Sports earphones Green - £7.23 / Red - £7.80 delivered @ Gearbest (Compatible with iOS / Android / Windows phones etc)

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Found 30th Dec 2015
Very good reviews, noticed these were posted via an amazon seller for £12.99 recently but this is a bargain price.

Obviously can work with tablets etc also

This Bluedio Q5 wireless Bluetooth hands free headset provides you a feeling of quiet and comfortable listening experience. Specially designed with in-ear style, Bluedio Q5 gives you ultimate comfort and fit.

Main Features:
Bluetooth: V4.1
High quality materials, lightweight body allows you to wear more comfortable
It has built-in high-quality battery
Compatible with various brands of Bluetooth phones and Bluetooth notebooks, tablet PCs, MID, etc.

Power supply: Built-in rechargeable battery
Working time: 7 hours
Standby time: 220 hours
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returned mine as kept falling from the ear whilst running
Excellent wireless headset, really good quality and lots of fit options. A bargain at this price
Link seems to be US?
about same price as Aldi OEM or similar offer on soon? I'm staying away
aldi.co.uk/en/…et/
chrisnasah

returned mine as kept falling from the ear whilst running


I agree , got a pair a few mths ago.. used for a couple of runs but kept having to readjust fit on the fly , reboxed to be passed , been using the MPow cheetahs a few months now , the stiff neckband wire ensures they stay put during trials/ agility ladders/ running!
These are brilliant for that price. Got them for Xmas.
I have a pair and think they ate very good for the price. I use the anchors (supplied as part of the options) to fix them into my ears when I'm running
Consider a bluetooth adaptor to turn any earphone in to a wireless set. If running then have the cables running up the back of your ears and over the top towards the front then in. Will stay in then when running...
This company is terrible. Avoid like the plague if you don't want weeks and weeks of waiting for delivery and then weeks and weeks of waiting for a refund.
I got them today. Worth the money for sure. The audio is satisfactory and they seem to stay lodged in the ear when exercising.
Better deals from amazon with prime
chrisnasah

returned mine as kept falling from the ear whilst running


Don't run , set off a few minutes earlier
Got one of these made by a clone (mPow) and I can recommend. Battery life and bass good which is great for the gym music. Also cheap enough not to worry about breaking when on a run.
Can these be used to say watch movies on a laptop with bluetooth

I always wanted wireless headphones for this purpose as the wire keeps getting yanked from the headphones when I move about

Thanks
chrisnasah

returned mine as kept falling from the ear whilst running



Yup doesn't stay in ears for long! Bought it for £10 the but IMO not worth it.
I'm assuming this version of bluetooth is whats common amongst most devices? LG G2? Toshiba C50?
I have another variant of the QY7's - they work well enough but wouldn't recommend them for running due to the neck band flapping about as you run. Probably too much bass overall but certainly reasonable sound for the price if you need bluetooth.
I'd highly recommend Xiaomi Piston 3's if you want a cheap set of headphone that perform well (especially the youth editions for around £5)
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Sainsbury sells the proper one for £10, much better deal
smershspy

This company is terrible. Avoid like the plague if you don't want weeks … This company is terrible. Avoid like the plague if you don't want weeks and weeks of waiting for delivery and then weeks and weeks of waiting for a refund.


This. Had to PayPal dispute after this support team fobbed me off for a month from an order for Christmas in early November, then then asked me to pay $25 for re-delivery or a refund for only half the product's cost when they finally told me it was lost in transit, 3 days before Christmas. Avoid Gearbest.
Edited by: "SpudUK" 17th Jan 2016
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