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Creative Outlier Gold Face Mapping Earphones - £74.99 @ Creative
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Creative Outlier Gold Face Mapping Earphones - £74.99 @ Creative

£74.99£94.9921%Creative Deals
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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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With that Award winning App included, these Outlier earphones give you a perfect audio experience which is tailored to you.
Use the App,scan each ear and face, then both earphones levels will adjust automatically.
Bass, high tones and mids are fantastic.
They look bold,they give you a unique and stand out look and they are certainly one the best sets of earphones out right now
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Hmmmn. I bought the regular Outliers for £54.99 from Amazon. The sound is stunning.

I really wanted these instead, but saw that they've been reduced to £69.99 twice before.

Also Creative have upped the prices on both today on Amazon.
Voted hot, yes, was a bit cheaper before, but this is still a good price for a brand specialised in audio since long time ago.
I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them both, the difference is night and day in terms of sound quality and build quality
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 11:57

I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them …I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them both, the difference is night and day in terms of sound quality and build quality


Taken your word for it and ordered the Tevis on lightning deal. I've got these and while they sound good, the connection is pretty terrible tbh
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 11:57

I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them …I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them both, the difference is night and day in terms of sound quality and build quality


I went for this deal... making a great present for somebody this xmas. Cheers!
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 11:57

I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them …I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them both, the difference is night and day in terms of sound quality and build quality


Spending £70 on a unknown brand and add to that a random person selling it has it's own risks.

At least with Creative or Anker, you know the support is there if needed or if item develops a fault.
G0rdonGekko02/12/2019 16:17

Spending £70 on a unknown brand and add to that a random person selling it …Spending £70 on a unknown brand and add to that a random person selling it has it's own risks.At least with Creative or Anker, you know the support is there if needed or if item develops a fault.


You are protected by Amazon.
G0rdonGekko02/12/2019 16:17

Spending £70 on a unknown brand and add to that a random person selling it …Spending £70 on a unknown brand and add to that a random person selling it has it's own risks.At least with Creative or Anker, you know the support is there if needed or if item develops a fault.


Fulfilled by Amazon

See what you mean though
Norseg02/12/2019 17:23

Fulfilled by AmazonSee what you mean though


Thanks! BTW they have been using Tevis for months, without any issues.
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 17:47

Thanks! BTW they have been using Tevis for months, without any …Thanks! BTW they have been using Tevis for months, without any issues.[Video]


Is the Tevis frequently on sale or is the £70 a genuine aale since a lot of amazon has fake sales and camelcamelcamel doesnt include thinks like lightning deals and vouchers

Im looking to upgrsde from my Anker Liberty Soundcore Neo
Battery life is too short and the audio sounds a little flat
Angers me when im in the middle of a movie or tv show and my earphones need charging


Ill be worried getting £70 earphones im.always losing mine
I lost a pair in my house lookee everywheee srill one missing
Edited by: "Norseg" 2nd Dec 2019
Norseg02/12/2019 17:55

Is the Tevis frequently on sale or is the £70 a genuine aale since a lot …Is the Tevis frequently on sale or is the £70 a genuine aale since a lot of amazon has fake sales and camelcamelcamel doesnt include thinks like lightning deals and vouchersIm looking to upgrsde from my Anker Liberty Soundcore NeoBattery life is too short and the audio sounds a little flatAngers me when im in the middle of a movie or tv show and my earphones need charging


They are on sale since last week, plus there was a lightning deal on the 10th, that lasted a day. Before that it was £100 for sure, or $90 in the US or on their main site. But I assume that they are shipping from China, so I would recommend Amazon over their main site. The battery life is amazing. You can get at least 7.5-8 hours of play time at 80% volume.
I've just returned the standard Outlier Airs under the 30 day guarantee. I so wanted them to have stable connection because they've nailed the sound quality. The connection was too fragile for me to put up with them. If I hear that they sort that out, I'll be straight onto getting another set.
Edited by: "SuffolkLad222" 2nd Dec 2019
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 11:57

I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them …I don't wanna be negative, but Lypertek Tevis are £70 on Amazon. Had them both, the difference is night and day in terms of sound quality and build quality


Interesting. Not heard of the Tevi before but have just looked at all the top reviews on them on amazon, and the YouTube linked video praises them highly.
A little torn now however, as I was set to buy another pair of Jabra 65T or maybe wait for the 75T to drop as they’ve only just been released. I wonder how these Tevi would compare?
Also interested in the new AirPods pro, although I appreciate they are in another ball park price wise and have stuff like active noise cancelling, but may get the Tevi to tide me over whilst waiting for the others above to drop. Hmm lots of choices these days, but the Tevi seem like a great find
ghow00702/12/2019 19:59

Interesting. Not heard of the Tevi before but have just looked at all the …Interesting. Not heard of the Tevi before but have just looked at all the top reviews on them on amazon, and the YouTube linked video praises them highly.A little torn now however, as I was set to buy another pair of Jabra 65T or maybe wait for the 75T to drop as they’ve only just been released. I wonder how these Tevi would compare?Also interested in the new AirPods pro, although I appreciate they are in another ball park price wise and have stuff like active noise cancelling, but may get the Tevi to tide me over whilst waiting for the others above to drop. Hmm lots of choices these days, but the Tevi seem like a great find


Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the 65s, but not as good as the Tevis. Jabras have the hear through feature (although AirPod hear through is much cleaner), and they provide a better fit for sports, plus you can connect them to multiple devices, and there's an app to tweak the audio. I would recommend the Jabras for workout, as they fit very well. The Tevis are much more balanced (with accurate and punchy bass), than the Jabras. The audio quality is not the best on Airpods, actually Pros have improved a lot in terms of sound quality.
Edited by: "Attila_Hajbel" 2nd Dec 2019
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 20:37

Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the …Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the 65s, but not as good as the Tevis. Jabras have the hear through feature (although AirPod hear through is much cleaner), and they provide a better fit for sports, plus you can connect them to multiple devices, and there's an app to tweak the audio. I would recommend the Jabras for workout, as they fit very well. The Tevis are much more balanced (with accurate and punchy bass), than the Jabras. The audio quality is not the best on Airpods, actually Pros have improved a lot in terms of sound quality.


Thanks for your insight and reply - very helpful and I appreciate your time
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 20:37

Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the …Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the 65s, but not as good as the Tevis. Jabras have the hear through feature (although AirPod hear through is much cleaner), and they provide a better fit for sports, plus you can connect them to multiple devices, and there's an app to tweak the audio. I would recommend the Jabras for workout, as they fit very well. The Tevis are much more balanced (with accurate and punchy bass), than the Jabras. The audio quality is not the best on Airpods, actually Pros have improved a lot in terms of sound quality.


Thanks, Tevis ordered!
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 18:05

They are on sale since last week, plus there was a lightning deal on the …They are on sale since last week, plus there was a lightning deal on the 10th, that lasted a day. Before that it was £100 for sure, or $90 in the US or on their main site. But I assume that they are shipping from China, so I would recommend Amazon over their main site. The battery life is amazing. You can get at least 7.5-8 hours of play time at 80% volume.


I'm considering it still, it's not on sale anymore it's one of those things I can afford but Ive never spent so much on a pair of earphones the most I spent for headphones is £65

Most on earphones was £30 I recently bought a Fire HD 10 2019 which is a £95 tablet so I will be using £70 earphones on a cheap tablet, see what I mean?

Gotta convince myself by next sale
Edited by: "Norseg" 3rd Dec 2019
Norseg03/12/2019 07:48

I'm considering it still, it's not on sale anymore it's one of those …I'm considering it still, it's not on sale anymore it's one of those things I can afford but Ive never spent so much on a pair of earphones the most I spent for headphones is £65Most on earphones was £30 I recently bought a Fire HD 10 2019 which is a £95 tablet so I will be using £70 earphones on a cheap tablet, see what I mean? Gotta convince myself by next sale


Honestly I don't wanna convince you if you are not willing to pay that much for a headphone. Watch reviews and decide yourself if it's worth the money for you. There's the refurb option:
hifiheadphones.co.uk/lyp…tml
Reviews:



youtube.com/wat…=1s
Attila_Hajbel02/12/2019 20:37

Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the …Jabras a level below the Tevis. The 75t's are somewhat better than the 65s, but not as good as the Tevis. Jabras have the hear through feature (although AirPod hear through is much cleaner), and they provide a better fit for sports, plus you can connect them to multiple devices, and there's an app to tweak the audio. I would recommend the Jabras for workout, as they fit very well. The Tevis are much more balanced (with accurate and punchy bass), than the Jabras. The audio quality is not the best on Airpods, actually Pros have improved a lot in terms of sound quality.


Just had a first day with the Tevis in busy London streets, and they are sooooo good. I added an equalizer just to give a little boost here and there, but the sound quality is fantastic. No dropouts whatsoever. Thanks for the recommendation Attila
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