Bluetooth 4.2 Magnetic Earphones with Mic and 6 Hrs Playtime £10.99 Prime / £14.98 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK
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Bluetooth 4.2 Magnetic Earphones with Mic and 6 Hrs Playtime £10.99 Prime / £14.98 non prime @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK

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Refreshed 17th Sep (Posted 14th Sep)
Non prime members can get this price also but using code HP7LA9DN at checkout, stated on bottom of page, or clicking the promo under price on page.

Good earphones, have a pair myself and had no issue whatsover, hold charge and used them for gym various times.


  • Stay Connected with Bluetooth 4.2: Wireless earbuds pair with virtually any Bluetooth device; stable connection provides stellar battery and signal performance
  • Tailored Fit: Bluetooth headphones come with 3 pairs of interchangeable ear tips and hooks for the most comfortable and secure wear when exercising
  • Unprecedentedly Clear Calls: Advanced MEMS mic reduces voice interference; wireless headphones' ceramic antenna makes for better audio quality and transmission
  • Hands-Free Control with Remote: Get full control over your music; manage incoming and ongoing calls; and even summon Siri via the Bluetooth Earphones for iPhone with the inline buttons
  • Magnetic Wear: Bluetooth earbuds attach around your neck for a sporty, secure way to carry when not in use



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djdope4 m ago

I have a pair of anker soundbuds, and I thought they were average until …I have a pair of anker soundbuds, and I thought they were average until they broke in. I think they sound amazing for the price


How do you “break in” headphones?
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Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price but really not very good. It's like a conveyor belt of average earphones. Be good if the sound got better rather than the earphones just getting cheaper.
LD2DVD10 m ago

Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price …Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price but really not very good. It's like a conveyor belt of average earphones. Be good if the sound got better rather than the earphones just getting cheaper.


That depends on how much you wanna spend you get what you pay for i'm afraid.
LD2DVD12 m ago

Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price …Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price but really not very good. It's like a conveyor belt of average earphones. Be good if the sound got better rather than the earphones just getting cheaper.


I have a pair of anker soundbuds, and I thought they were average until they broke in. I think they sound amazing for the price
djdope4 m ago

I have a pair of anker soundbuds, and I thought they were average until …I have a pair of anker soundbuds, and I thought they were average until they broke in. I think they sound amazing for the price


How do you “break in” headphones?
This is my problem with Bluetooth earphones, I can get a great pair for wired earphones for £20, to get equivalent Bluetooth it would be £50+.
RadiantDuck4 m ago

This is my problem with Bluetooth earphones, I can get a great pair for …This is my problem with Bluetooth earphones, I can get a great pair for wired earphones for £20, to get equivalent Bluetooth it would be £50+.


Wired has been around for ever while bluetooth is just catching up, you can't really compare both.
chocl80112 m ago

Wired has been around for ever while bluetooth is just catching up, you …Wired has been around for ever while bluetooth is just catching up, you can't really compare both.


I know, but with the headphone jack disappearing on phones, it does feel like Bluetooth is being forced on is before it's properly ready at the lower end
RadiantDuck10 m ago

I know, but with the headphone jack disappearing on phones, it does feel …I know, but with the headphone jack disappearing on phones, it does feel like Bluetooth is being forced on is before it's properly ready at the lower end


Nah, i just use an adapter. Maintains and sometimes even improves sound quality

Bluetooth is still too much of a downgrade, plus for a tenner I've bought myself a receiver for those rare moments i need to listen to music while i'm charging my Mate 10 Pro
Code doesn't work. Coming up as £15.99. I am the only person experiencing this? Heat added nonetheless
Nope, me too. Code not working

Edit: If you click on the "Promotion" drop down and collect the voucher that way... all good
Edited by: "PeterGalbavy" 14th Sep
RadiantDuck57 m ago

I know, but with the headphone jack disappearing on phones, it does feel …I know, but with the headphone jack disappearing on phones, it does feel like Bluetooth is being forced on is before it's properly ready at the lower end


The jack is only disappearing on apple products, it's not universal.
chocl8015 m ago

The jack is only disappearing on apple products, it's not universal.

Not true, flagship Huawei, Xiaomi, OnePlus (6T), Nokia and others all have ditched it. So far it's just Samsung and LG that I can think of that still have it. My P20 pro definitely doesn't have one, my biggest dislike of the phone.
Edited by: "RadiantDuck" 14th Sep
vsy1 h, 30 m ago

How do you “break in” headphones?


Maybe it means you get used to the poor sound.....🤪
Edited by: "Nealjane100" 14th Sep
Absurdity55 m ago

Also called "burning …Also called "burning in"https://www.tested.com/tech/accessories/459117-science-and-myth-burning-headphones/


Genuinely had no idea this was a thing. Is it for all headphones/earphones, or is it limited to only serving a purpose on high end stuff?
vsy3 m ago

Genuinely had no idea this was a thing. Is it for all …Genuinely had no idea this was a thing. Is it for all headphones/earphones, or is it limited to only serving a purpose on high end stuff?


Me neither so you're not on your own.
RadiantDuck38 m ago

Not true, flagship Huawei, Xiaomi, OnePlus (6T), Nokia and others all have …Not true, flagship Huawei, Xiaomi, OnePlus (6T), Nokia and others all have ditched it. So far it's just Samsung and LG that I can think of that still have it. My P20 pro definitely doesn't have one, my biggest dislike of the phone.


And how many people you knw are happy about it? Not alot i bet, that's the reason why it's not so popular.
vsy43 m ago

Genuinely had no idea this was a thing. Is it for all …Genuinely had no idea this was a thing. Is it for all headphones/earphones, or is it limited to only serving a purpose on high end stuff?


No idea, sorry!

Personally I think it's an individual just getting used to the sound.

Kind of like if there is a constant quiet hum in the background, your brain learns to block it out and you can hear other sounds normally despite the humming.
LD2DVD2 h, 59 m ago

Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price …Most of these headsets (I have gone through a few) are OK for the price but really not very good. It's like a conveyor belt of average earphones. Be good if the sound got better rather than the earphones just getting cheaper.


Anker slimbuds are great (£16) and are on par with the sound quality ~£50 + buds I have had in recent years.
I love this deal! Realy useful
chocl8012 h, 57 m ago

That depends on how much you wanna spend you get what you …That depends on how much you wanna spend you get what you pay for i'm afraid.


Why are you afraid
adam_rockon25 m ago

Anker slimbuds are great (£16) and are on par with the sound quality ~£50 + …Anker slimbuds are great (£16) and are on par with the sound quality ~£50 + buds I have had in recent years.


Yeah I have the soundbuds slim+ and although I'm no audiophile I do enjoy nice earphones. They're pretty good, especially when you consider the price and that they're Bluetooth. They're similar quality to my soundmagics.
Suerte46 m ago

Yeah I have the soundbuds slim+ and although I'm no audiophile I do enjoy …Yeah I have the soundbuds slim+ and although I'm no audiophile I do enjoy nice earphones. They're pretty good, especially when you consider the price and that they're Bluetooth. They're similar quality to my soundmagics.


Yea I have the + also. I was proven totally wrong when I got them as I was expecting terrible audio but they are awesome for the price and included warranty.
Jaybirds are the best Bluetooth in ears I have ever owned. After going through loads of cheap rubbish I just paid extra for great sound quality.
for the price it would be rude not to buy one if anything doesn't work just like some people experienced then i will simply return it as it would have 12 months standard warranty. hot hot hot hot from me. thanks op
would this work with my tv? I currently use Sony whopping headphones (they hurt my ears when I lie in bed!), but there's an aerial kinda thing that attaches to the tv headphone socket...
curly153 m ago

would this work with my tv? I currently use Sony whopping headphones (they …would this work with my tv? I currently use Sony whopping headphones (they hurt my ears when I lie in bed!), but there's an aerial kinda thing that attaches to the tv headphone socket...


Does your tv have Bluetooth?
I have bought several pairs of Bluetooth headphones, they would be a lot more convenient as I do a lot of exercise, but they always seem to drop out, not connect properly, and be generally a lot more hassle than a wire.

Yet my JBL bluetooth speaker which was only £20 works flawlessly. Maybe eventually they will stop being so flaky.
"Magnetic Earphones", huh?.

I thought that that was pretty much the whole point of the whole 'magnetic' speaker's/'magnetic' microphone 'concept'?


(From wayyyyyy back in the day ... )

Unless that technology has since 'evolved'?.

So instead of iron ore making those magnet's, we're now using plastic, silicon, rubber, or latex instead, or something?, lol.

They've coined their word's like they're introducing us in the World to an otherwise revolutionary 'concept' that no one else has yet heard of, or something?.

Or they're saying it like they have exclusive 'rights' to it, etc, on account of the fact that they're the one's that invented it alllllll in the first place? (from wayyyyyy back when?).

Sod knows?, but it makes one wonder on the marketing concept/strategy here?.

Who knows ... :-)
amour3k6 h, 45 m ago

"Magnetic Earphones", huh?.I thought that that was pretty much the whole …"Magnetic Earphones", huh?.I thought that that was pretty much the whole point of the whole 'magnetic' speaker's/'magnetic' microphone 'concept'?(From wayyyyyy back in the day ... )Unless that technology has since 'evolved'?.So instead of iron ore making those magnet's, we're now using plastic, silicon, rubber, or latex instead, or something?, lol.They've coined their word's like they're introducing us in the World to an otherwise revolutionary 'concept' that no one else has yet heard of, or something?.Or they're saying it like they have exclusive 'rights' to it, etc, on account of the fact that they're the one's that invented it alllllll in the first place? (from wayyyyyy back when?).Sod knows?, but it makes one wonder on the marketing concept/strategy here?.Who knows ... :-)


I think it just means the two earbuds will stick together so they won't fly about when not in your ears and walking .
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Yeah it’s finished which is a shame. Thanks O
djdope9 h, 53 m ago

Does your tv have Bluetooth?


errrrrrrrrrrrrr.......... !!! I think it just has the headphone output but my headphones are bluetooth, so maybe not?
Noj15 h, 57 m ago

Yeah it’s finished which is a shame. Thanks O


Just ordered and it worked.

Click on the promotion and then add to basket from the right seller and it comes up as 10.99
kw90513 h, 39 m ago

Just ordered and it worked.Click on the promotion and then add to basket …Just ordered and it worked.Click on the promotion and then add to basket from the right seller and it comes up as 10.99


Yes thanks it came back after I had tried so ordered it. Thanks again and thanks O
FYI: No aptX or aptx HD codec
Any recommendations on whether to go for this OR Anker Slim+ OR Creative Outlier?
Edited by: "moislam79" 17th Sep
moislam7922 m ago

Any recommendations on whether to go for this OR Anker Slim+ OR Creative …Any recommendations on whether to go for this OR Anker Slim+ OR Creative Soundlier?


i bought a slim+ few days ago and these. after using them both i feel that TT are louder with more heavy bass while slim+ are clearer with nicer pouch. if you are only going to use them occasionally then go for TT however if you are to use them as your main headphones everyday than better go for aptx and 10 hour battery life headphones. hope it helps. TT are a bargain for the price. I still can't believe how they are sold at such a price with so much technology, maybe i bought too many overpriced Apple products and think headphones have to be 100 quid+.
Edited by: "aeykeay" 17th Sep
aeykeay40 m ago

i bought a slim+ few days ago and these. after using them both i feel that …i bought a slim+ few days ago and these. after using them both i feel that TT are louder with more heavy bass while slim+ are clearer with nicer pouch. if you are only going to use them occasionally then go for TT however if you are to use them as your main headphones everyday than better go for aptx and 10 hour battery life headphones. hope it helps. TT are a bargain for the price. I still can't believe how they are sold at such a price with so much technology, maybe i bought too many overpriced Apple products and think headphones have to be 100 quid+.


HI Aeykeay, thanks so much for your advice. I think that helps me make a decision. One more question please... Do you know which of these have AptX? I think I saw a post earlier saying the TT don't have it. I think the Creative ones do but not sure. Do the Anker ones have AptX? I'll be using them more for daily hansfree for calls but I do also use them for music. Got a holiday coming up with a 10 hour flight so trying to buy a pair before I fly. Thanks again
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