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Philips SHB2515WT/10 True Wireless In-Ear Headphones - White - £55.76 @ Amazon
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Philips SHB2515WT/10 True Wireless In-Ear Headphones - White - £55.76 @ Amazon

£55.76£109.9949%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Jan

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  • The earphones wireless SHB2515WT / 10 are equipped with Bluetooth 5.0; no cables are required and you can move freely wherever you want; the earphones let you enjoy your music without any cable clutter
  • With the help of the integrated microphone of the headset, you can easily accept incoming telephone calls; with just one click, you can pause your music and talk to the caller
  • The earphones Bluetooth feature a long battery life of 3 hours; as soon as they are connected to the charging station, up to 100 hours of pure listening pleasure are possible
  • The in ear headphones offer complete passive noise reduction; the included ear caps in three different sizes provide additional support and individual comfort
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Long battery life of 3 hours
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Case charges them for another 20+ hours.
Doesn't have noise cancellation though.
Long battery life of 3 hours
Look like they are gonna be terrible but it’s amazon so easy to try and return, always ready for a surprise
Not "that" Philips any more
I don't think there is much market left for the 'middle range', you either go with the expensive ones such as Apple, Samsung and so on, or you go with the cheap ones, such as Xiomi, Anker, QCY, Tronsmart, Mpow, etc. I think the RRP is ridiculous, Philips is not what it used to be. Didn't vote cold by the way.
kremix25/01/2020 18:32

Not "that" Philips any more

Good point how do you know what you are buying these days , when you're buying a well known "name" lets say a TV but it's actually from some chinese or turkinh company youve never heard of
I'm currently using some no name Chinese earphones that cost me little over 30£ on Amazon (Mailiya wireless earphones). I have them for running and they are decent in every aspect, but there is still room for sound quality improvement. I keep wondering if these Philips ones would have better sound quality. Would not mind spending up to 50£ if I could get a pair with really good sound quality.
Andrisakins25/01/2020 22:58

I'm currently using some no name Chinese earphones that cost me little …I'm currently using some no name Chinese earphones that cost me little over 30£ on Amazon (Mailiya wireless earphones). I have them for running and they are decent in every aspect, but there is still room for sound quality improvement. I keep wondering if these Philips ones would have better sound quality. Would not mind spending up to 50£ if I could get a pair with really good sound quality.


Have a look at soundcore deals that come up on here. People rave about soundcore. If your budget can be extended then the Samsung galaxy buds worth looking at. I've got them and rate them highly. They should drop in price soon as new versions should be out by Feb March.
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