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Panasonic RP-HJE125E-K Ergo Fit In-Ear Headphone - Black £5.08 (Prime) £9.57 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Panasonic RP-HJE125E-K Ergo Fit In-Ear Headphone - Black £5.08 (Prime) £9.57 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 17th Feb

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Enjoy full listening comfort with soft, snug ear buds that conform instantly to your ears. The Panasonic RP-HJE125E in-ear headphones deliver a powerful sound offering an audio production. Express your individuality while enjoying your favourite music with 9 colour variations included, you will always find one that matches the day’s outfit, your audio player and your mood. Large 9 mm neodymium drivers produce a wider frequency response (10-24 kHz) providing a full sound listening experience from base to treble.

Features

- Ergo fit with 3 size ear pads for high comfortable fit that won't slip out
- Powerful sound with OctaRib diaphragm
- Wider frequency response 10-24 kHz for full listening enjoyment
- Long 3.6 feet cord threads comfortably through clothing and bags
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If you're on Android give True-Fi a go. It has a profile for these earphones and "fixes" some of their issues

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Edited by: "rev6" 18th Feb
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Ordered! Thank you OP
Great little headphones. I've moved onto wireless earbuds but still have a couple of pairs of these
I love these. Cheap and extremely comfortable.
How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get tangled up. My last Xiaomi pair lasted 2 years undergoing this abuse, but these are cheaper at the moment!
These are great headphones. I've been using the same pair for a couple of years now.
RadiantDuck17/02/2020 20:47

How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get …How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get tangled up. My last Xiaomi pair lasted 2 years undergoing this abuse, but these are cheaper at the moment!



Pretty good. I'm very rough with mine & use them every day. They last me about a year.
DeejayAJ17/02/2020 20:56

Pretty good. I'm very rough with mine & use them every day. They last me …Pretty good. I'm very rough with mine & use them every day. They last me about a year.


Much appreciated! I'll take the plunge!
I’ve been through over twenty pairs of headphones trying to find ones that fit well and sound good and out of all of them my ErgoFit are the best hands down. I pair mine with a little Bluetooth amp (the FiiO micro BTR) and my iPhone and it’s an amazing combination. The sound quality and fit of these cheapo little things is really surprising.
I gone through so many earphones under £20 for a decade now went through so many recommended ones, they all malfunctioned one way or another eventually

This Panasonic headphone is still the current one im using right now it's lasting very well still didn't break down decent quality aswell for the price i recommend
Think I bought about 3/4 pairs of these in two years due to them breaking eventually when used at work. Cheap yes, sound is good and balanced especially for the price but not if replacing so often. Could anyone recommend a real decent pair (wired no Bluetooth) of earphones? At home I use a pair of Senns hd25 that are 12 years old and although still work and sound as well as day 1, I have just ordered a new replacement driver capsule for one side. Those headphones are one of the best things I've ever bought I just can't seem to find a earphone equivalent with equally solid reviews at least at the same or slightly lower price point.
If you're on Android give True-Fi a go. It has a profile for these earphones and "fixes" some of their issues

39929779-3VmVk.jpg
Edited by: "rev6" 18th Feb
RadiantDuck17/02/2020 20:47

How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get …How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get tangled up. My last Xiaomi pair lasted 2 years undergoing this abuse, but these are cheaper at the moment!


I've used these and their predecessors (290s?) for years now and love them. I regularly, say every 2 or 3 months, snag them on a door handle say and I don't think I have ever damaged the cable on them. They are by far the robust earphones I have had and they sound great. A pair easily can last me 3 years and tend to only need replacing when I lose them.
peakbear18/02/2020 08:08

I've used these and their predecessors (290s?) for years now and love …I've used these and their predecessors (290s?) for years now and love them. I regularly, say every 2 or 3 months, snag them on a door handle say and I don't think I have ever damaged the cable on them. They are by far the robust earphones I have had and they sound great. A pair easily can last me 3 years and tend to only need replacing when I lose them.


I think I can always pick up a pair for about 6 quid or less though, so the price of them isn't a big deal. I am not sure there are any fakes of these around? but buying from a good seller is also useful for things like these.
oh sugar *^7**$% - i paid £5.89 two months back
ebay.co.uk/itm…649
Ordered. Many thanks 🙏
Good price for great earphones. Only just managed to break my last pair after 3 years of rough treatment.
It's 5.89 pounds. not 5.09.
Express my individuality by wearing £5 mass produced headphones... bloody snowflake driven marketing guff
RadiantDuck17/02/2020 20:47

How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get …How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get tangled up. My last Xiaomi pair lasted 2 years undergoing this abuse, but these are cheaper at the moment!


Over time (18-36 month) the cable will harder untill it stops working but, for me at least the ear prices are flush to head so can have head on pillow without discomfort.

In addition for the price they have very good sound, for price. I'm comparing to hifiman he560, audio technica m50x, and fiio fa7. On a sound per £ ergo fits win by a few mile.
B_McNeil19/02/2020 10:50

Express my individuality by wearing £5 mass produced headphones... bloody …Express my individuality by wearing £5 mass produced headphones... bloody snowflake driven marketing guff



Calm down!
Rumpel19/02/2020 14:33

Over time (18-36 month) the cable will harder untill it stops working but, …Over time (18-36 month) the cable will harder untill it stops working but, for me at least the ear prices are flush to head so can have head on pillow without discomfort.In addition for the price they have very good sound, for price. I'm comparing to hifiman he560, audio technica m50x, and fiio fa7. On a sound per £ ergo fits win by a few mile.


Thanks for the info!
Great headphones! Very comfortable and stay in your ear. I use them at work for about 6 hours a day. Normally just with one in so iIcan here whats going on around me, wouldn't want anyone to catch me watching Netflix .
RadiantDuck17/02/2020 20:47

How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get …How durable are these? I often fall asleep with earphones in and they get tangled up. My last Xiaomi pair lasted 2 years undergoing this abuse, but these are cheaper at the moment!


I quite often put these through the wash by mistake, the last pair took 7 or 8 cycles before they broke.

These are also very good if you have small earholes, the best I've found for that.
Edited by: "TheTrainDriver" 19th Feb
Tried these at this price point and they are not a patch on their predecessor the HJE120E.

The earlier model has a much more frequency response with a good mid-range and bass. The HJE125's do not.

Sorry, but cold from me..
7dayshop.com sells them for £4.99.
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