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Powerbeats™ Pro (Used - Very Good) £161.30 @ Amazon Warehouse Prime Excl
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Powerbeats™ Pro (Used - Very Good) £161.30 @ Amazon Warehouse Prime Excl

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Posted 15th Jul

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Already own these. Bought them for £220 from John Lewis so that I could get their 2 year guarantee with it. This is a £60 saving but you don't get the same support if they break down, so it boils down to how confident you are in their reliability. £160 is still a good price compared to how much they cost at other retailers and on eBay.

I also, wanted to point out that, while I do really like the pair I have, they are not worth the asking price. So if you are on the fence, do not buy them. Realistically these should cost no more than £80 but all wireless earphones seem to be overpriced to me, not just these ones.

If you do need good wireless earbuds that never fall out, are suitable for the gym, have solid battery life, are water resistant and have solid sound quality (debatable, but I don't think they're far behind my XBA-N1AP set so no complaints from me) then these are the only real option on the market at the moment. Just be fully aware that you're paying a hefty premium for the luxury of all those features in one package.

Also, be sure to check out the competition from Jabra, Sennheiser, Bose and Sony.
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Colleague has gone through three pairs of these so far. Clip breakage once, sync issues between them twice. Fourth time lucky.
delboyd15/07/2019 09:32

Colleague has gone through three pairs of these so far. Clip breakage …Colleague has gone through three pairs of these so far. Clip breakage once, sync issues between them twice. Fourth time lucky.


That's quite unlucky. I'd just get a refund at that point.
Yummy, someone else's earwax
I don't mind buying used products if there is a considerable saving, but used hygiene products, earphones etc. are just a no go.
techxz15/07/2019 17:27

I don't mind buying used products if there is a considerable saving, but …I don't mind buying used products if there is a considerable saving, but used hygiene products, earphones etc. are just a no go.


The tips on these earphones are interchangeable. Replacements only cost £1 or so on eBay. Most people usually have spares from other earphones they've bought in the past too.
Mine turned up and were like new. Couldn't see any sign of use.

Price was decent, compared to AirPods. More comfortable and secure on my ear too.
Thanks for for posting op.
These are good headphones but I had to send them back as they are not great for Cycling or running. The wind noise is so annoying. Def great for Working out and the music quality is good. The added bonus is the compatibility with your apple products.
Sheig22/08/2019 15:39

These are good headphones but I had to send them back as they are not …These are good headphones but I had to send them back as they are not great for Cycling or running. The wind noise is so annoying. Def great for Working out and the music quality is good. The added bonus is the compatibility with your apple products.


I actually gave mine to my brother in the end. Decided I prefer the ease of wired earphones.
ibz10022/08/2019 16:05

I actually gave mine to my brother in the end. Decided I prefer the ease …I actually gave mine to my brother in the end. Decided I prefer the ease of wired earphones.


I have moved on to try the Jarbra Elite Active 65t as I like the design as they are small and not to obvious. They give you a-lot more passive noise cancellation. Great for working out in a noisy gym or on the bike as you can use a hear-through feature so you don't get hit by passing cars lol. In fairness i don't use it as it is back to the wind noise issue. They are cheaper as well and as a student i get a discount woohoo.
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