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HolyHigh Bluetooth 5.0 Earphones - Noise canceling, Blue £13.99 Sold by HolyHigh EU and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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HolyHigh Bluetooth 5.0 Earphones - Noise canceling, Blue £13.99 Sold by HolyHigh EU and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£13.99£27.9950%Amazon Deals
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Posted 22nd Apr

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  • 【 Charge On the Go 】 Never have to fiddle with cords, just put it to charge and pick it up when you are ready to go.
  • 【 Smart Touch Control 】 Touch sensitive panel on the sides of the earphones. With Noise Suppression technology and hand-free calling focus on your favorite music and answer calls.
  • 【 Extremely Light Weight 】 The sport headphones are totally comfortable on ears with 3 different size silicone ear tips. Just put the little Bluetooth earphones in your pocket to everywhere!
  • 【 Up to 20H Playtime 】 Enjoy about up to 4hrs of premium quality play time (Full charge about 1 hour).The mini portable charging case can fully recharge wireless earbuds 4 times. Never worry about low battery when you are in the out side all day.
  • 【 What Can You Get 】 HolyHigh wireless buds-X9, the ear tips, micro USB cable, manuals and our worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service.
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I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon open box (yes please do post the earwax comment) and they are absolutely rubbish. Sound is bad and you have to manually switch each on which is a real pain. When they begin to fall out of your ears and you push them back in the button triggers and the sound is paused. Terrible just terrible! Don't do it - you have been warned
Edited by: "lonechump" 22nd Apr
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£27.99
Brilliant price thanks, ordered two pairs
butandben0322/04/2020 08:18

£27.99


Says save 50pc at checkout? No idea how good or bad these are though!
Wow fakespot giving me an A grade goe honest reviews...
Worth a punt at this price
HolyHigh? The sound of the Lord.
Had anyone tried these? I keep seeing a lot of random, "no name" electrical items on Amazon with obviously dodgy reviews. I'd have thought Amazon would've clamped down on this.
I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon open box (yes please do post the earwax comment) and they are absolutely rubbish. Sound is bad and you have to manually switch each on which is a real pain. When they begin to fall out of your ears and you push them back in the button triggers and the sound is paused. Terrible just terrible! Don't do it - you have been warned
Edited by: "lonechump" 22nd Apr
Ordered £13.99 thankyou for posting
endofdays22/04/2020 08:46

Had anyone tried these? I keep seeing a lot of random, "no name" …Had anyone tried these? I keep seeing a lot of random, "no name" electrical items on Amazon with obviously dodgy reviews. I'd have thought Amazon would've clamped down on this.


Why would you think that? They make money from each sale of those dodgy items.
Look neat but I'd spend a bit more for a better device. Redmi Airdots are around the same price, and provided you make sure you dont get a counterfeit set, they are very well reviewd.
lonechump22/04/2020 09:07

I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon …I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon open box (yes please do post the earwax comment) and they are absolutely rubbish. Sound is bad and you have to manually switch each on which is a real pain. When they begin to fall out of your ears and you push them back in the button triggers and the sound is paused. Terrible just terrible! Don't do it - you have been warned


Thanks, that's pretty much what I figured. I think I'll look at some of the qcy ones that I've had recommended. The aptx sets people have told me about have either been out of my price range or had reliability issues.
endofdays22/04/2020 09:46

Thanks, that's pretty much what I figured. I think I'll look at some of …Thanks, that's pretty much what I figured. I think I'll look at some of the qcy ones that I've had recommended. The aptx sets people have told me about have either been out of my price range or had reliability issues.


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Really want to order these but need good microhphone quality on these type of headphone, anyone tried these?
grayp22/04/2020 09:36

Look neat but I'd spend a bit more for a better device. Redmi Airdots are …Look neat but I'd spend a bit more for a better device. Redmi Airdots are around the same price, and provided you make sure you dont get a counterfeit set, they are very well reviewd.


Any chance you can point me in that direction?
Sweat £13.99 at checkout plus free delivery.
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Edited by: "Legend12345" 22nd Apr
lonechump22/04/2020 09:07

I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon …I have these but branded as Muzili and paid £10 down from £40 on an amazon open box (yes please do post the earwax comment) and they are absolutely rubbish. Sound is bad and you have to manually switch each on which is a real pain. When they begin to fall out of your ears and you push them back in the button triggers and the sound is paused. Terrible just terrible! Don't do it - you have been warned


Thanks,great help.I was just about to buy them.Cheers FOR THE INFO.BB
Can anyone say if these are any good?
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