Bluetooth Headphones COULAX CX02 Bluetooth V4.1 Wireless Magnetic Stereo Earbuds for Running £22.99 Sold by COULAX UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Bluetooth Headphones COULAX CX02 Bluetooth V4.1 Wireless Magnetic Stereo Earbuds for Running £22.99 Sold by COULAX UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 3rd Feb 2016
Thought this was a good price for these. Good for sports

I've seen similar pairs for quite a bit more. Lots of 5* reviews.

I like the magnetic feature so the can clip together.
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Hmm, have just spent 8 quid on bluetooth pair that sounded decent (not spectacular but sufficient for the purposes of bunging in and out of my gym bag) but they kept popping out of my ears whilst running on the treadmill (and I only run in 10 minute stints). (Dacom APT-X Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Sport Headphone-Silver by DACOM)

I then spent about £14 on a bluetooth pair that had clip things to encircle my ears; however, the sound from them is awful and whilst they don't pop out as much, they hardly feel secure (Wireless Sports Headphone, Syllable D700 in Ear Portable Neckband with Microphone Running Earphones Sweat Proof Noise Isolating with Apple iPhone 6s ,iPhone 6s Plus, ipad iPod Touch by Syllable).

A colleague has since recommended a £60 pair called Plantronics or something that sounds like that. Do I stop being a tightwad and go for it or do I keep foolishly trying to get away with a cheap pair (only for the accumulated price of the cheap ones to exceed the price of getting a more expensive pair in the first place)?
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Hmm, have just spent 8 quid on bluetooth pair that sounded decent (not … Hmm, have just spent 8 quid on bluetooth pair that sounded decent (not spectacular but sufficient for the purposes of bunging in and out of my gym bag) but they kept popping out of my ears whilst running on the treadmill (and I only run in 10 minute stints). (Dacom APT-X Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless Sport Headphone-Silver by DACOM)I then spent about £14 on a bluetooth pair that had clip things to encircle my ears; however, the sound from them is awful and whilst they don't pop out as much, they hardly feel secure (Wireless Sports Headphone, Syllable D700 in Ear Portable Neckband with Microphone Running Earphones Sweat Proof Noise Isolating with Apple iPhone 6s ,iPhone 6s Plus, ipad iPod Touch by Syllable). A colleague has since recommended a £60 pair called Plantronics or something that sounds like that. Do I stop being a tightwad and go for it or do I keep foolishly trying to get away with a cheap pair (only for the accumulated price of the cheap ones to exceed the price of getting a more expensive pair in the first place)?



​Mpow swift on Amazon, great sound quality good battery life and decent fit, trust me I've had about 10 different styles and brands and these are probably second to the genuine Nokia bh503
The plantronics are in a different league to these I have tried and sent back probably 2 dozen pairs of buds for the gym and not found a pair I could keep in when skipping jogging and aerobic training or had good audio quality or range .The plantronics backbeats are superb for the money period.As for the mpow bought them had them 2 days and one side went down exchanged them and after a week they would not charge ..Unlucky?, maybe. I tried the coulax and found them a poor fit .
Try a pack of Inairs foam tips. £10 from Amazon for 5 pairs. I believe it's the size 2 for the Dacom set (I have these). It's like having a different set of earphones.
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