Bose SoundTrue Ultra In Ear Headphones For iOS - Charcoal - REDUCED to £46.99 @ Argos
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Bose SoundTrue Ultra In Ear Headphones For iOS - Charcoal - REDUCED to £46.99 @ Argos

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Found 28th JanEdited by:"AdamCR"
Still in stock! Great set of in ear headphones for a fraction of the RRP.
Original Price £99.95

Argos - £46.99
Amazon - £84.99

Introducing

headphones designed so nothing will get between you and your music.

SoundTrue Ultra in-ear headphones deliver deep, rich sound across a wide

frequency range. And the sealed acoustic design comfortably immerses

you in your music. The proprietary StayHear Ultra tips, available in

three sizes, stay soft while giving you a secure fit. Easily switch

between calls and music with your iPhone.

SoundTrue Ultra in-ear

headphones let you easily switch between calls and music with an iPhone,

and provides control for select iPod, iPhone and iPad models. It

features a 3-button inline remote that lets you take calls or skip a

track with the press of a button. No need to reach for your device—great

when you're busy.

Sweat- and weather-resistance help provide

greater durability. The innovative cable and T-joint design means that

when you're on the move, you won't be bothered by the annoying rustling

found in conventional headphones.

  • 1.18m cord length.
  • In-line volume control.
  • 3.5mm jack .
  • Carry case.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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iEimis2 m ago

Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or …Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below


Or later iPhones with the lightning headphone adapter.
Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below
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It will scorching hot!!!
Are these all style or is there substance too?
united4eva55 s ago

Are these all style or is there substance too?



I've actually got a pair (paid £99+ unfortunately) and they're the best earphones I've ever owned. Fantastic quality.
Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below
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iEimis2 m ago

Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or …Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below


Or later iPhones with the lightning headphone adapter.
Only if they worked on iPhone 7 and above
iEimis4 m ago

Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or …Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below



iEimis4 m ago

Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or …Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below



These would work. They're not wireless - you just need the headphone adapter.
So these should work with android too, or am I missing sum ting ?
You think these would work just as well for android?
Considering the android alternative in Argos is £83 surprisingly
Massdrop; venture electronics monk. Look it up and laugh at this post.
Edited by: "Fingerblaster" 28th Jan
I paid £35 for a set of these (New) from a local Argos clearance outlet last year. Really didn’t rate them at all to be honest although they were very comfortable to wear. I’m not a Bose basher either by the way, I use a set of SoundTrue 2 over ears which are excellent. I’d of been gutted if I paid full retail on them. Sold them to CEX.
DonkeyKonk5 m ago

So these should work with android too, or am I missing sum ting ?


The remote functions won’t fully work though.
Bose selling them for a tenner more. Some disappointing reviews

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Hot but really looking for reasonably priced Bluetooth pair
ZahidKhalfey-85f72.2143211 m ago

You think these would work just as well for android?Considering the …You think these would work just as well for android?Considering the android alternative in Argos is £83 surprisingly


Android and iOS implement volume buttons differently. So best case, only that won't work, but play/pause and general audio will be fine.

At worst case, audio will be completely wonky.

Up to you if you want to risk it
Wilkiniho18 m ago

I paid £35 for a set of these (New) from a local Argos clearance outlet …I paid £35 for a set of these (New) from a local Argos clearance outlet last year. Really didn’t rate them at all to be honest although they were very comfortable to wear. I’m not a Bose basher either by the way, I use a set of SoundTrue 2 over ears which are excellent. I’d of been gutted if I paid full retail on them. Sold them to CEX.


My local CEX refused to buy my Bose in-ear headphones due to "hygiene reasons" despite them offering a Grade A & B online. How did you get round this?
DonkeyKonk26 m ago

So these should work with android too, or am I missing sum ting ?



DonkeyKonk26 m ago

So these should work with android too, or am I missing sum ting ?


Cex do what they want. They are inconsistent.
Great earphones, I have these but am gutted I lost the case for them! I paid £70 and was well happy, I’d only the Bluetooth version weren’t that much more..
AdamCR46 m ago

These would work. They're not wireless - you just need the headphone …These would work. They're not wireless - you just need the headphone adapter.


Indeed, but to me it kind of loses the point to buy something that was designed for devices with 3.5mm socket. I'd rather go bluetooth from the perspective of owning iPhone 7 Plus. And certainly if I had something like iPhone X or 8. Think it is perfectly explained as to why price reductions are happening. Everything will become wireless eventually and manufacturers tend to follow this trend.
Great but unfortunately not wireless.
iEimis9 m ago

Indeed, but to me it kind of loses the point to buy something that was …Indeed, but to me it kind of loses the point to buy something that was designed for devices with 3.5mm socket. I'd rather go bluetooth from the perspective of owning iPhone 7 Plus. And certainly if I had something like iPhone X or 8. Think it is perfectly explained as to why price reductions are happening. Everything will become wireless eventually and manufacturers tend to follow this trend.



I agree. I have an iPhone X and I have just bought some AirPods because I wanted wireless. Now, they're not the best sound quality admittedly but they work seamlessly with my iPhone and I've used them every day, both in and out of work. They work well for conference calls on Skype at work and for having one earpiece in, listening to background music whilst I work. If I want better sound quality I have a pair of Plantronic BackBeat Pros that I use for home and travelling.
Ordered thanks
LOL_is_stupid42 m ago

My local CEX refused to buy my Bose in-ear headphones due to "hygiene …My local CEX refused to buy my Bose in-ear headphones due to "hygiene reasons" despite them offering a Grade A & B online. How did you get round this?


I just took them in their original packaging. They were barely used to be fair and were packed up as they came out the box. Had zero issues and they were graded as A.
Purchased purely on the comment "no cable rustling" in the marketing material.
Heat for the post!
Purchased a pair of these a year ago for just over £100. Previous pair before that were Sound Magic E10's so these are a massive step up from them. Pretty sure these are generally well reviewed. At £47 I'd definitely recommend.

I used the iOS versions on my Pixel for a little while and I'm sure the only buttons that worked reliably were volume control (which was good enough for me).
Wilkiniho10 m ago

I just took them in their original packaging. They were barely used to be …I just took them in their original packaging. They were barely used to be fair and were packed up as they came out the box. Had zero issues and they were graded as A.


Nice work. Mine were also mint (Bose QC20) and they said they don't accept second hand in-ear 'phones (contrary to what their website indicates)
Do they still have the issue of hearing cable rustling noise when moving?
westendtoo1 h, 28 m ago

Bose selling them for a tenner more. Some disappointing …Bose selling them for a tenner more. Some disappointing reviewshttps://www.bose.co.uk/en_gb/products/headphones/earphones/soundtrue-ultra-in-ear-headphones-apple-devices.html


I agree, bought a pair of these to replace my old Mie2i’s, £50 from Amazon on Black Friday.
Just sent them back, extremely disappointed with the sound and also the noise blocking tips give you a headache when speaking and hearing your voice bouncing inside your head or the slightest brush of the cable against clothing or zippers.
The Mie2i had much better eartips which I tried putting on these but the sound was just poor.
Edited by: "mlunadia" 28th Jan
Great ear phones. Certainly more comfortable than normal in ears.
Keep hold of the recipient as the cables are a known weak point but you get a two year warranty from Bose.
Ordered - Even thou I don’t need them! 😜
Does it have a microphone in the volume control tab
phillipe.bosher1 h, 2 m ago

Does it have a microphone in the volume control tab



All I knkw is you can attend calls with it
junk
I have the Android version of these. The side quality is great but the cord is ridiculously short for using at the gym (especially on a treadmill)
iEimis10 h, 13 m ago

Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or …Just a headsup, these are not bluetooth so only good if running 6s, SE or below


Use a dongle. Love the world apple wants you to live. The dongle lyfe
Mohit_Agarwalla18 m ago

Use a dongle. Love the world apple wants you to live. The dongle lyfe


I am good thanks, gonna keep using bluetooth earphones. Wireless will be a standard soon, if it already isn’t
iEimis58 m ago

I am good thanks, gonna keep using bluetooth earphones. Wireless will be a …I am good thanks, gonna keep using bluetooth earphones. Wireless will be a standard soon, if it already isn’t


Wireless IS a standard, it's just not the standard, and not anytime soon.
Using these as I type. They are pretty good for the money. They isolate sound pretty well for non sound isolating headphones. They do suffer from cable noise at low volume but using the clip helps.
I have tried them in my lg g6 and as mentioned the skip to next track works but the volume does not work with the cable remote.
I do like these but I have several sets of headphones and still feel the need to give a set of the new fiio FH1's a go which are pretty well priced at rrp
Edited by: "Burty" 29th Jan
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