LOGIK LONBT12 Bluetooth Headphones - Black £6.47 @ Currys Instore
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LOGIK LONBT12 Bluetooth Headphones - Black £6.47 @ Currys Instore

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Found 21st Jul 2013
So here are some basic, I know, Logik Bluetooth Headphones. They sound OK for Bluetooth and have a 10 meter range. Charging time is around 3 hours and they last for 7 (so it claims on the instructions)

I purchased these from Currys York, but it seems there is stock around the country. In store only

Update on the 9th of august now £6.47 not sure how much stock is left mind

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Were £39.99, bit pricey at full price

Ordered these to pick up tomorrow. I'm not into the search for perfect sounds, so these will suit me, especially at this price. Thanks

Look okay. None in Glasgow. Nearest store is East Kilbride, but not tempting enough for me to head through there

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Here's the size of the ear phone part

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Edited by: "99pinkyandthebrain99" 21st Jul 2013

heated for the effort

Don't need em but if my local store had some I'd buy as a backup present

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jacksied

heated for the effort



Thanks

Now to find you a deal on knuckle wax hot.

Decent looking for bluetooth headphones at a reasonable price for few weeks! Ordered!

They are also for answering calls and online meetings:

Chat away with the Logik LONBT12, ideal for communicating on the go and … Chat away with the Logik LONBT12, ideal for communicating on the go and providing a reliable source of hands-free communication.There are on-ear buttons for answering calls, controlling the volume and skipping tracks, all without the need for pressing buttons on your device.

got a pair last week ! they are very flimsy , do not sit on your head very well at all ,you get feedback from electrical items around , when talking on my phone i get some echo and have had to repeat myself a few times also had to ask friends to do the same . as you can tell im not happy with them at all .. i suppose they are ok for a back up but anything other than that they are rubbish ..
first charge was a lot longer than 3 hours as you can only charge them on a usb. as for lenth of charge i cant say as i only had them on for about an hour . then gave them my daughter (dont think she uses them either)
oh they look like cheap tat too

Edited by: "Reeferman" 22nd Jul 2013

Nothing in the London area..

Yesterday I found in my local sainsburys a pair of kitsound beamers, reduced from £40 to £10. The one pair there had been hanging about for a while, I'd noticed them before. Amazon reviews were not great but sound quality appeard acceptable to my ears. Def. A good deal if nationwide and if there is stock nr u. Bluetooth 2.1. Not posting directly, sounds like tescos, no stock or localdeal. Perhaps. Dave

nothing within 40miles of Edinburgh.PAH.

brainbug100

Here's the size of the ear phone part



Wont fit me, my head is much bigger than a credit card

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hansolo

nothing within 40miles of Edinburgh.PAH.



Yeah that's the problem with anything with .97p at the end in currys / pcworld its clearance,

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666FU

Wont fit me, my head is much bigger than a credit card



LOL very good

Now £6.47 (if there is any left anywhere)

Yeah, half a dozen in Dundee Kingsway when I asked today.

Original Poster

Price changed accordingly cheers guys

Nearest: '8.4 miles' which is just over 2 hours bus journey away! (Having to change 3 buses) wondering whether its worth it for these?

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MRR_ltd

Nearest: '8.4 miles' which is just over 2 hours bus journey away! (Having … Nearest: '8.4 miles' which is just over 2 hours bus journey away! (Having to change 3 buses) wondering whether its worth it for these?




Er I wouldn't go out of your way to be fair, they are not the best quality and not overly loud but as I said in my first post good to have around the house

Cheers

If I bought this I would want to use these outside, mainly on public transport when commuting and for gym. I was just wondering overal how's the sound quality, seeing that these RRP quite high I'd expect it to be decent compared to other cheaper alternatives. Do these leak a lot when the voloume is high?

Not much reviews on these online so was hoping HUKD members that bought these could share their views on these headphones. Thanks.

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MRR_ltd

If I bought this I would want to use these outside, mainly on public … If I bought this I would want to use these outside, mainly on public transport when commuting and for gym. I was just wondering overal how's the sound quality, seeing that these RRP quite high I'd expect it to be decent compared to other cheaper alternatives. Do these leak a lot when the voloume is high? Not much reviews on these online so was hoping HUKD members that bought these could share their views on these headphones. Thanks.



I would say on a noisy train don't expect the best levels coming through, at the gym again depends how loud the sound system is really, they are ok but not as loud as some wired ones IMO

CHeers

They seemed a bit on the low side for volume until I maxed out the volume on the headset by holding down "+" until it beeped, no plenty loud and you can then just use your device volume for the full range. It seems to retain that setting when you turn it off from them on.
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