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Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds £15 at John Lewis & Partners
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Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds £15 at John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 18th Dec 2019

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Not as good as AirPods Pro but still a bargain for a Christmas gift.

Enjoy pure 24-bit digital audio and quick access to your Google Assistant, with Pixel USB-C earbuds.* Immerse yourself in music and podcasts, keep up with messages, and more.**

Pure digital audio
Hear all your favorite music in digital audio. You’ll experience rich bass, clear mids, and crisp highs with premium speakers and a wide frequency range.

Help on the go
Get things done with quick access to the Google Assistant. Control your music, find directions, call and text, and manage your day.*

Speak like a local
Make the most of real-time translation with Google Translate. Just press and hold the Google Assistant button, and ask for instant help speaking a foreign language.**

Press, hold, and keep up
Stay up-to-date without even touching your phone. Just press and hold the “Volume up” button on the remote to hear your latest notifications.***

* Requires Internet connection. Works only with USB-C devices running Android N and above.
** Message notifications features work only on Android P devices. See g.co/USBCearbuds/help for details.
*** Works only with USB-C devices running Android P or above. Requires the Translate app.
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This is the price the Apple crappers should be

Have some heat

maxmix
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Will these work with any USB c phone?
Should do, just a USB-C connection.
This is the price the Apple crappers should be

Have some heat

maxmix
Nicebob18/12/2019 16:58

Will these work with any USB c phone?


Yes, they do.
Good price but I would wait for new pixel buds, wireless and look a lot better IMO: store.google.com/gb/…uds
I'm happy with the ones that came with mine. Only problem with sharing your charge port, they wear it out quicker. I
Best usb c earbuds that I've tried and well worth it at £15. Can't and should not compare with wireless buds.
£18.50 with delivery, might be worth changing
If only these worked with the Switch....

Damn you Nintendo!
johnboid18/12/2019 17:06

Good price but I would wait for new pixel buds, wireless and look a lot …Good price but I would wait for new pixel buds, wireless and look a lot better IMO: https://store.google.com/gb/product/pixel_buds


True but no one is getting them for anywhere near £15.
Not sure if anyone else has this issue but usb-c headphones seem to fall out of the port when moving around. Same issue with multiple phones too. Must be the shallow connector.
Bought these a few weeks ago for twice the price on the Google Store! Good price!
Not sure why these should be under "Wireless Headphones" or compared with wireless ones with active noise cancellation.

All that said, seems like a decent deal. But I'm not going to faff about with a micro-to-c usb converter for my phone just so I can have a Google logo on my ears!
Yes, they are usb C, but they're not worth it. Wouldn't reco, even at this price point. Sound is below average (even with a Pixel Phone), with a poor sound isolation and volume level. I returned mine after 3 days.
The Sony in-ear XB50 are a better option at a similar price point (on Amazon).
Cracking deal
Pity about the postage cost, as mentioned above I think that should be included in the title/description somewhere. It adds an extra 20%.
If you can get the free postage or collect in store then cracking deal.
Edited by: "GMac11" 18th Dec 2019
johnboid18/12/2019 17:06

Good price but I would wait for new pixel buds, wireless and look a lot …Good price but I would wait for new pixel buds, wireless and look a lot better IMO: https://store.google.com/gb/product/pixel_buds


Looking forward to these. Hope they are a big upgrade from the first gen which had some pretty average reviews
OOS now. Happy I got a pair as a gift
coolguy410018/12/2019 16:59

Should do, just a USB-C connection.


Not quite that simple in terms of audio devices.
Out of stock
maxmix18/12/2019 17:00

This is the price the Apple crappers should be Have some heat :)maxmix


What, the ones that come free with the phone?
Out of stock.
kaysarrashid18/12/2019 17:39

True but no one is getting them for anywhere near £15.


£169 will be the 'ball-park' UK price for the Google Pixel Buds 2, so no indeed.
damn I would have snapped these up. cheers anyway OP
Great find for these price, but out of stock now unfortunately
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