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OnePlus Buds Pro, all colours, £69 / £59.10 Via Student Beans & Code @ Oneplus

£59.10£9135% off
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Next best price on amazon at £91, seems worth it!
Oneplus Buds Pro - Code AUDIO23 and student beans discount

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Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation - With peak noise cancelling at 40dB, the Buds Pro automatically adapts to your ambient sound environment. With Transparency Mode, you can focus on the music at home and stay aware when you’re on the road.

11mm Bass-tuned Dynamic Drivers

38 hour battery life - With Warp Charge, a 10-minute charge powers your music for 10 hours
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    Are they comfortable?
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    Yeah pretty nice fit and I'm quite finicky when it comes to earbuds.

    I did upgrade the tips but the original ones do a pretty great job already.

    Good for long periods and the multi device support is a godsend which some expensive buds don't have.
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    The absence of volume control rules it out for me. Shame. Thanks for posting. Heat given
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    That is annoying to be fair
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    Bargain for £59, lowest ever maybe?
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    Great price, was looking for a replacement for the WF-500 I just bought and have gone for these (only £10 more).
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    Code works on Oneplus buds z2 also, bargain at £39 without student beans (edited)
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    Great deal but OnePlus are a nightmare for returns so be mindful. I am trying to return these due to a mistake on my part with colour and they do not respond and you cannot get a contact number to speak with returns as apparently it isn’t allowed!! Been going on now for over 3 weeks
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    Thanks Ordered. I wonder how they compare to my excellent Buds 2 Pro.
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    Great buds. Sound is good, quick charge feature is very convenient, codec support is solid (LDAC & LHDC), call quality is decent and ANC is good with the right fit.

    They also have multipoint connectivity which is very reliable. Still my go-to when I'm working in the office, purely for the multipoint
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    According to reviews this is a sibling to older brother Oppo Enco X, which you can find on eBay for about £70.

    Sound quality wise Enco X are simply the best earbuds on the market, especially given price for the older model (Enco X2 released, priced twice as much).

    Comfort wise they're also decent, had them for workout or listening to music. They never drop out of ears.

    I haven't listened to OnePlus, but if they're indeed siblings, then OnePlus are just a bit limited version of Oppo (lacks volume control with gestures, and a few other minor corks).

    Other than that, highly recommend. (edited)
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    Question abot the Enco X multipoint. The website says: "You can keep them paired to two devices and switch between them with a long press on either earphone's stem. This has to be enabled in settings."

    But does it automatically switch between two devices. So for example music on the playing but a notification on the PC can interrupt it?
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    These are amazing. Can't go anywhere without mine. There is a version that is being released next month. I can't wait to upgrade as I use them ALL the time
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    I have these and IMO I prefer the sound of my Anker soundcore liberty 2 and the main problem I have is they fall out of my ears. The battery life is also way worse. Still, I do use them for work purposes, with the multipoint I can connect to both my phone and computer at the same time.
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