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Bose SoundSport In-Ear (for Apple Devices) - £64.95 (saving 25%) at Bose
Bose SoundSport In-Ear (for Apple Devices) - £64.95 (saving 25%) at Bose

Bose SoundSport In-Ear (for Apple Devices) - £64.95 (saving 25%) at Bose

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Solid deal on these SoundSport in-ear buds from Bose. I've had a pair for about a year and love them.

Not to everyone's taste (especially colour wise) but I can't fault them for comfort during exercise or when stuck on VC calls at work all day.

From the Bose site so guaranteed not to be fakies from China and also have free delivery.

2.5% Quidco too.

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Voted cold. sound good but failed at the 3.5mm connector in 6 months just like cheapo units.

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MontBelzoni

Voted cold. sound good but failed at the 3.5mm connector in 6 months just … Voted cold. sound good but failed at the 3.5mm connector in 6 months just like cheapo units.


Solid warranty with Bose, did you ask for a replacement?

i must admit i love these , but wiring section is really poor and outer casing of wire almost crumbles away leaving bare wire, but great price still

Bought these on Black Friday; admittedly they aren't as colourful as these ones.

Sound quality isn't what I expected though, might just be me but I would have picked my Apple Earpods over these anyday before I lost them.

Just my two cents

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^ fair play geez, personally wouldn't put them in the same category even though the current Apple buds aren't that bad at all.

For me, these are well worth £70 but would say that's the maximum before you start hitting the price point of much, MUCH better earphones

I purchased these from Amazon when on sale and overall really happy with them. Only things I'd complain about is I didn't find them particularly loud and the tips aren't very good at keeping external noise out (I wasn't able to try the larger set of buds as the "fin" wouldn't fit my ear). I did find the buds and in particular the "fin" to be much softer than other sets and really comfortable.

Not sure I'd want this colourful pair though. I've since upgraded to some bluetooth wireless headphones (Brainwavz BLU-100 for those who are interested)

I've used these for 2 years before switching to wireless Jaybird X3 headphones. I found them to be extremely comfortable, specially during gym sessions. The sound is well balanced, with the bass not being over the top. I would definitely recommend those.

For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll know Bose is the last brand you'd go to for getting the best sound quality. Bose is a complete marketing ploy and are more concerned with the advertisement of their products then the products themselves. I worked as a sound engineer and Bose are awful!

I'm not super demanding on the sounds, more on how comfortable they are during my work out. Will try them, thanks for posting.

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uk90

For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll … For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll know Bose is the last brand you'd go to for getting the best sound quality. Bose is a complete marketing ploy and are more concerned with the advertisement of their products then the products themselves. I worked as a sound engineer and Bose are awful!


Complains about Bose - Check
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Uses Buy Other Sound Equipment acronym - Fail

2/3 ain't bad chief. B+ for effort.

I own a pair of these, fantastic sound quality. They should come with a zip-up protective case. Only issue I found was that the connector poles are setup to work with iPhone only, so if using with an Android phone the volume up and down buttons won't work. Mic and centre button work fine though!

Great price, especially with Quidco.

uk90

For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll … For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll know Bose is the last brand you'd go to for getting the best sound quality. Bose is a complete marketing ploy and are more concerned with the advertisement of their products then the products themselves. I worked as a sound engineer and Bose are awful!




What would you recommend? Looking to replace my RHA MA350i which have just given up on me, owned a pair of Soundmagics and sennheiser CX300 previously, neither I was overly impressed with compared to the RHAs.

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stvwlkr

I own a pair of these, fantastic sound quality. They should come with a … I own a pair of these, fantastic sound quality. They should come with a zip-up protective case. Only issue I found was that the connector poles are setup to work with iPhone only, so if using with an Android phone the volume up and down buttons won't work. Mic and centre button work fine though!Great price, especially with Quidco.


There are an Android/other devices pair too but the deal seemed to be the iOS ones in that colour only.

Yeah these are not great, I much prefer the sound magic e10s. I have had a couple of sets of Bose and it might be just the headphones I have had between but the quality is going down. The last set from Black Friday I use at the gym but that is about the only place I have a use for them. They let I. To much noise and the sound quality is not there anymore.

I remember checking out headphones for a trip to Japan. I liked the look of Bose but the sound quality was mediocre, I really can’t understand why people recommend them. I had some satellite speakers that twist in the middle years ago and they were amazing, headphones/earbuds not worth the money!

For me the most comfortable ever, can sometimes make up for sound quality a little

dont bother with these as 3.5 mm connector is not L shaped and will get ruined within weeks

any god damn sport headphones without an L shaped connector is useless

uk90

For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll … For anyone who remotley has any understading of audio acoustics, you'll know Bose is the last brand you'd go to for getting the best sound quality. Bose is a complete marketing ploy and are more concerned with the advertisement of their products then the products themselves. I worked as a sound engineer and Bose are awful!


Their sound send to be good, but have to agree past 10-15 years gone downhill

avfc45621 h, 34 m ago

What would you recommend? Looking to replace my RHA MA350i which have …What would you recommend? Looking to replace my RHA MA350i which have just given up on me, owned a pair of Soundmagics and sennheiser CX300 previously, neither I was overly impressed with compared to the RHAs.


I'd recommend the Tibo plus 2

MontBelzoni

Voted cold. sound good but failed at the 3.5mm connector in 6 months just … Voted cold. sound good but failed at the 3.5mm connector in 6 months just like cheapo units.



Bose have excellent warranty

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fresia

Their sound send to be good, but have to agree past 10-15 years gone … Their sound send to be good, but have to agree past 10-15 years gone downhill


10-15yrs? That's a pretty lengthy decline, don't you think they'd have gone out of business during that time if they had genuinely been so ****?

LOL_is_stupid

10-15yrs? That's a pretty lengthy decline, don't you think they'd have … 10-15yrs? That's a pretty lengthy decline, don't you think they'd have gone out of business during that time if they had genuinely been so ****?


Well all I can say us an item I gave that's 10yrs+ has far better sound quality than an item I bought 2 years ago. Had the latest one replaced as thought it was faulty. Should have sent it back.
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