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IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone £19.99 was £69.99 @ Currys
IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone £19.99 was £69.99 @ Currys

IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone £19.99 was £69.99 @ Currys

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Enjoy the freedom from twisted cords when you slip on the comfortable IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone!

This full-featured IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone keeps you connected to friends and family whether you're working, gaming or surfing the web in your spare time.

With a wireless range of 100 metres, and adjustable in-line volume control, the IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphone features a 3.5mm to 6.3mm gold plated plug adaptor and a closed acoustic system.

Doughnut-style padding ensures a comfortable fit on your ears, even for long sessions and with a sensitivity of -80dB, you'll be enveloped in your audio selections as soon as you put on these versatile IWANTIT SWHP11 2.4GHz Wireless Headphones!

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Next working day delivery - £3.99
Pick a timeslot - £9.99
Standard delivery - FREE

Thanks to byron for finding these at Dixons for £17.97
dixons.co.uk/gbu…tml

So not bad if you want to collect from Store otherwise Dixons slightly cheaper!

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i reserved a pair and goin to go pick up just now. its for use in bed whilst my wife or kids are sleeping, if they dont work well with tv do you think i could get refund???

£25 on eBay, so good but not amazing.

Dixons £17.97
plus topcash

dixons.co.uk/gbu…tml
Edited by: "byron" 10th Aug 2012

Thanks, been looking for a cheap pair of wireless headphones.

these look similar
aldi.co.uk/uk/…htm

£10 more but comes with a 3 year warranty

sound quality???

i picked them up there and the guy said if they dont work well with my tv to take them back

Heat added, but ordered from Dixons.

i would usually take them back and order due to difference but i reallly cant be bothered for a change NOT like me

How do these connect.? Assuming they come with a USB receiver? If so would they work with ps3?

surely you would plug them into your tv with the jak if using ps3 or watching tv

byron

Dixons £17.97plus … Dixons £17.97plus topcashhttp://www.dixons.co.uk/gbuk/iwantit-swhp11-2-4ghz-wireless-headphone-black-10783832-pdt.html



Good find OP and thanks to byron for the slightly cheaper Dixons link (part of the same group as Currys, so they're usually priced the same)
Just what I was waiting for. ordered

martynkenyon

How do these connect.? Assuming they come with a USB receiver? If so … How do these connect.? Assuming they come with a USB receiver? If so would they work with ps3?




Jack Type & Style 3.5mm Gold plated

Keza1

sound quality???



Youtube link

Not too keen on the look or the brand I think there's a reason for the drop..

Rebranded Chinese crap.

jukkie

Rebranded Chinese crap.



Now there's a man who likes a considered opinion, based on hard evidence.

jukkie

Rebranded Chinese crap.




Rebranded from what?

Not a terrible deal but you can buy sony one's for £30 pounds, so its probably worth paying 10 pounds more for SONY!

UPDATE:

I meant Phillips - but still I had a pair of phillips wireless once and they were excellent.
Edited by: "knowitall5" 10th Aug 2012

be warned these can play havock with 2.4ghz wireless homes keep them as far as way as possible from the hub/any devices!

jukkie

Rebranded Chinese crap.



What? Technology made in China? LIAR!

Although wifi radiation is non ionising, it is still microwave radiation. This will give you a headache over extended use as it cooks your braincells unless you move it slightly every few .

If you want to use it with something that has bluetooth this is a good alternative as you can use any headphones with it and justy replace the headphones if they break. Also can connect to 2 devices 1 to listen to music the other for phone calls.

play.com/Mob…tml?_%24ja=tsid:11518%7Ccat:13704097%7Cprd:13704097

But dont use it for games/videos as there is a slight lag which can be annoying.

Why do people always have to nit pick and look for bad points? It's wireless headphones for under £20 for goodness sake.. The nearest price is £28 on eBay for a refurb (used) set, and the guy in the video posted paid £53.99 and he likes them.

Alright they won't compete with ones 2-3 their price, but I'm sure they are well worth £18.

Edited by: "mamboboy" 10th Aug 2012

I've been looking for some cheap headphones for ages, these are perfect for me. Bought via Dixons (as above) Thanks all

would yhis work on a PS3 ??

STi_prodrive

would yhis work on a PS3 ??


Yep, you connect the RCA cable to the TV. Although not sure they'll be suitable for long gaming sessions given the fact they are battery powered. You'll need at least 2500 mAh rechargeables...

Newbold

Now there's a man who likes a considered opinion, based on hard evidence. … Now there's a man who likes a considered opinion, based on hard evidence.


Stating the obvious, no evidence required.

I don’t like the doughnut-style padding — the sugar gets in my hair and the jam runs down my earlobes and drips on my shoulders.

Shak, how can a radio receiver cook your brain? Receivers do not emit radiation, they receive it. The base emits radiation.

Been looking into getting some wireless over the ear headphones for a while. These are great value and excellent quality. Cheers!

Put on, and soak up the cancer.

BananaMannn

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badasschris

If you want to use it with something that has bluetooth this is a good … If you want to use it with something that has bluetooth this is a good alternative as you can use any headphones with it and justy replace the headphones if they break. Also can connect to 2 devices 1 to listen to music the other for phone calls.http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/13704097/Sony-Ericsson-MW600-Stereo-Bluetooth-Headphones/Product.html?_%24ja=tsid:11518%7Ccat:13704097%7Cprd:13704097But dont use it for games/videos as there is a slight lag which can be annoying.


badasschris

If you want to use it with something that has bluetooth this is a good … If you want to use it with something that has bluetooth this is a good alternative as you can use any headphones with it and justy replace the headphones if they break. Also can connect to 2 devices 1 to listen to music the other for phone calls.http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/13704097/Sony-Ericsson-MW600-Stereo-Bluetooth-Headphones/Product.html?_%24ja=tsid:11518%7Ccat:13704097%7Cprd:13704097But dont use it for games/videos as there is a slight lag which can be annoying.

Chris,wandering if there is device which can transmit from any device by plugging in to jack point and a receive like that,currently using a Sennheiseer R130 but would like to be able to use any phones?

I recently bought a pair of sony wireless headhones.

hotukdeals.com/dea…863

I sent them back because the background hissing at quiet parts was annoying. Would these be better or is that just a problem with all wireless headphones?

Thanks.

knowitall5

Not a terrible deal but you can buy sony one's for £30 pounds, so its … Not a terrible deal but you can buy sony one's for £30 pounds, so its probably worth paying 10 pounds more for SONY!UPDATE:I meant Phillips - but still I had a pair of phillips wireless once and they were excellent.


Credibility: shot.

I'm no expert, but thoroughly recommend these unbranded Bluetooth headphones £19.99 from 7dayshop

7dayshop.com/aud…194

Great battery life. Good range. Nice sound for price. Reasonable microphone. Slightly annoying flashing blue light, but I get over it. Bought 2 so far for family, who have also said good things.

Wheresmylaptop

Shak, how can a radio receiver cook your brain? Receivers do not emit … Shak, how can a radio receiver cook your brain? Receivers do not emit radiation, they receive it. The base emits radiation.



Wifi bases, unlike radio are directional. Hence they "aim" at the receiver, in this case, the headet.

shak

Wifi bases, unlike radio are directional. Hence they "aim" at the … Wifi bases, unlike radio are directional. Hence they "aim" at the receiver, in this case, the headet.


It's all nonsense. If that's the case then I guess it means my balls are frazzled from keeping a phone in my pocket - mobile phone radiation is 100 times stronger than Wi-Fi!
So theoretically if WiFi waves cook my brain, then putting my mobile to my ear should result in this:
youtube.com/wat…8ac

Edited by: "mamboboy" 11th Aug 2012
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