FSL ZERO Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - 3 YEAR WARRANTY - iHeadphones ltd / Fulfilled by Amazon- £12.99 Prime / £16.98 non prime
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FSL ZERO Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - 3 YEAR WARRANTY - iHeadphones ltd / Fulfilled by Amazon- £12.99 Prime / £16.98 non prime

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Found 19th Dec 2017
Was very impressed by these when I paid £20. They sound far better than the other BT cans I've tried in that sort of price range (eg. Bluedio T2s/T2+). Only downside for me was no option of wired listening once the battery dies, but battery life is pretty good (again better than the T2s/T2+.

Originally £69.99, genuinely sold for a long time at around £50.

Bought a second pair as a spare at this price
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What's the battery life like?
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steevieboy4u7 m ago

What's the battery life like?


It's been very impressive. Manufacturer rating is a pretty lowly 9 hours as far as I can find out online. But, compared to a pair of Bluedio T2s's rated by the manufacturer at 40 hours, these seem to last longer. That's based on everyday use. I did get about a week and a half with the Bluedios's and very slightly longer with these, around 2 weeks between charges.
What these like for people who wear glasses. Have some Bluedio but feel like they bruise my ears after watching a movie.
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DrAcula19 m ago

What these like for people who wear glasses. Have some Bluedio but feel …What these like for people who wear glasses. Have some Bluedio but feel like they bruise my ears after watching a movie.


I don't wear glasses so can't help much, but find the oval pads on these a lot more comfortable than the round pads on the Bluedio.
Good bass?
I was very impressed by two bluedios headphones. Unfortunately they broken after few months. Will this one last a bit longer?
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kingp1n12 m ago

Good bass?


Depends on your definition. Bass is tighter on these, Bluedio for comparison are a lot more thumping and boosted, but somewhat overbearing and muffled. These are not for bass-heads.


Dimpler12 m ago

I was very impressed by two bluedios headphones. Unfortunately they broken …I was very impressed by two bluedios headphones. Unfortunately they broken after few months. Will this one last a bit longer?


Have for me, but YMMV. 3 year warranty is a good indication though.
Great deal op.
Don't like the where the buttons are. Prefer them all on the rear right. If had to switch to the next track and also need to adjust the volume, you would be very busy with both hands.
Edited by: "kaizhu79" 19th Dec 2017
excellent!! cheers!!
Ordered Thanks!
Ordered 2 of them for the kids, hopefully they last for some time 😁
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Bluedio for comparison , far much better , going on the 260 odd reviews
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Blade322 m ago

"Currently unavailable. "Bluedio for comparison , far much better , going …"Currently unavailable. "Bluedio for comparison , far much better , going on the 260 odd reviews


Thanks. Expired it.

FYI Bluedio are notorious for fake reviews, in comparison are only mentioned twice in those 260 reviews for their more expensive £50+ model, so yes you'd expect that to be much better. They have no products in this price range. I'm comparing to their T2 models which are approximately twice this price, and the Bluedio T2s loose on sound quality, build quality, accessories, and are similar in terms of battery life.
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