Pre-order Bauhn Wireless Sports Earbuds £29.99 delivered from aldi.
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Pre-order Bauhn Wireless Sports Earbuds £29.99 delivered from aldi.

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Found 25th Dec 2017
Perfect for use in the gym as part of the new years resolution or not .
Not sure how good these will be but for £30 I think they're worth a try. Avalible to pre order for delivery after the 31st of dec.
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I'll give them a go..
hmmm these or the Groupon airpod ripoffs for £15?
Thanks OP. Worth a punt at this price.
Edited by: "dirtymagician" 25th Dec 2017
888eyeball38 m ago

hmmm these or the Groupon airpod ripoffs for £15?


Hadn't seen these, have you got a link please?
Whats is a playtime? How many hours?
Would these work with an iPhone as they state Android compatible?
maclennanneil8 m ago

Would these work with an iPhone as they state Android compatible?


Presumably they work on bluetooth, does the iphone have bluetooth?
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For 1.99 more you can get the Soundpeats Q16 wireless earphones on Amazon.
Every review I've ever seen for them claims you get a better product than you pay for. Received some yesterday for Christmas and they seem really good to me. I know what I'm listening for in earbuds for the most part, although I'm no audiophile.
You can get the the qcy q29's for £6 less if you are happy to wait for Chinese delivery, but for UK items with an aldi 3 year warranty...a decent deal.
Worth a punt at this price and Free returns if they are no good!
Look good! No mention on how long they last for playback between charges though? Only the standby time and charge time
500mah battery capacity compared to the SoundPEATS 190mah mentioned above sounds impressive. A 3 year warranty is impressive as they'll do well to last that long if you use them daily.
Topper190010 h, 3 m ago

500mah battery capacity compared to the SoundPEATS 190mah mentioned above …500mah battery capacity compared to the SoundPEATS 190mah mentioned above sounds impressive. A 3 year warranty is impressive as they'll do well to last that long if you use them daily.


Yeah if that's per earphone that would be immense! Wondering if that's the total between them, or even the capacity of the charging case, with the earphones being much smaller.
I'm looking for earphones that can just go in one ear whilst running (want to be able to hear outside world, traffic etc with other ear) so I'm guessing these are my best bet as other wireless earphones seem to be attached to each other so wouldn't work for me.
Seems like a fair price!
Silly question but are they actually secure in ear whilst running? They look like they could just fall out and I'd spend hours looking for a tiny black bud on the ground?!
I'm new to running so hence my stupidity!
Edited by: "ladybirding" 31st Dec 2017
ladybirding12 h, 58 m ago

I'm looking for earphones that can just go in one ear whilst running (want …I'm looking for earphones that can just go in one ear whilst running (want to be able to hear outside world, traffic etc with other ear) so I'm guessing these are my best bet as other wireless earphones seem to be attached to each other so wouldn't work for me.Seems like a fair price!Silly question but are they actually secure in ear whilst running? They look like they could just fall out and I'd spend hours looking for a tiny black bud on the ground?!I'm new to running so hence my stupidity!


I was wondering the same but they seem to be advertised for running on a treadmill so you'd hope they stay in your ears, or you'll at least sense they are coming lose before they fell out. I suppose if they do keep coming lose you can just take them back for a refund, assuming you don't lose them!
Just tried these out. Initial impressions are positive. They are small and relatively discrete in appearance (although they do have an intermittent green led 'pulse' on each earbud in use). I can confirm that the carry case is a charging unit in itself and there is a satisfying magnetic 'click' as each bud is seated in there for charging.
Sound is good if not stellar. I'm comparing these to Soundmagic E10m's and they're not quite in the same league although for the 'truly wireless' convenience and zero cable noise transfer whilst using for sports I would say that the pay-off is fair. Low end is acceptable although bass-junkies may prefer to look elsewhere. I would say that you are getting great value for money and if you can overlook the slight plasticky feel you are getting quite a deal.
Altmach201823 h, 0 m ago

Just tried these out. Initial impressions are positive. They are small and …Just tried these out. Initial impressions are positive. They are small and relatively discrete in appearance (although they do have an intermittent green led 'pulse' on each earbud in use). I can confirm that the carry case is a charging unit in itself and there is a satisfying magnetic 'click' as each bud is seated in there for charging. Sound is good if not stellar. I'm comparing these to Soundmagic E10m's and they're not quite in the same league although for the 'truly wireless' convenience and zero cable noise transfer whilst using for sports I would say that the pay-off is fair. Low end is acceptable although bass-junkies may prefer to look elsewhere. I would say that you are getting great value for money and if you can overlook the slight plasticky feel you are getting quite a deal.


Thanks for the info. Does the case have a battery (I'm guessing no) and how long do the headphones battery last on standby/playtime. I'm very tempted to get a pair.
leonjdean4th Jan

Thanks for the info. Does the case have a battery (I'm guessing no) and …Thanks for the info. Does the case have a battery (I'm guessing no) and how long do the headphones battery last on standby/playtime. I'm very tempted to get a pair.


Mine arrived today, very impressed with the sound.
There is no battery with the case. You get a usb charging cable to charge the earbuds after you have put them to the case. Just realised that when the case is charged it holds the charge even when unplugged.

on the Aldi website it says 100 hrs standby.
It doesn’t say how long they last on playtime, though I have read an hour.
it says on the instructions you can play, pause and skip songs. Has anyone figured out how to skip a song?
They look very well made



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Edited by: "annedawso" 6th Jan
annedawso2 h, 51 m ago

Mine arrived today, very impressed with the sound.There is no battery with …Mine arrived today, very impressed with the sound.There is no battery with the case. You get a usb charging cable to charge the earbuds after you have put them to the case. Just realised that when the case is charged it holds the charge even when unplugged.on the Aldi website it says 100 hrs standby.It doesn’t say how long they last on playtime, though I have read an hour.it says on the instructions you can play, pause and skip songs. Has anyone figured out how to skip a song? They look very well made[Image]


Quick qestion, got mine today too but am only getting sound out the right unit, when you turn them on and it says "tws connected" do you hear that through both units?? I'm trying to work out if mine are faulty or if I'm doing something wrong when setting them up.
annedawso14 h, 41 m ago

Mine arrived today, very impressed with the sound.There is no battery with …Mine arrived today, very impressed with the sound.There is no battery with the case. You get a usb charging cable to charge the earbuds after you have put them to the case. Just realised that when the case is charged it holds the charge even when unplugged.on the Aldi website it says 100 hrs standby.It doesn’t say how long they last on playtime, though I have read an hour.it says on the instructions you can play, pause and skip songs. Has anyone figured out how to skip a song? They look very well made[Image]


Thanks. When you say the 'case is charged even when unplugged' doesn't that indicate there is a battery in the case?
leonjdean9 h, 57 m ago

Thanks. When you say the 'case is charged even when unplugged' doesn't …Thanks. When you say the 'case is charged even when unplugged' doesn't that indicate there is a battery in the case?


Yes, I suppose it does, though it does not say that on the instructions.
burningman21 h, 49 m ago

Quick qestion, got mine today too but am only getting sound out the right …Quick qestion, got mine today too but am only getting sound out the right unit, when you turn them on and it says "tws connected" do you hear that through both units?? I'm trying to work out if mine are faulty or if I'm doing something wrong when setting them up.


I had to charge them first before I could get both to work. Only one worked at first. Can’t remember if it was saying “tws connected “ or not originally.
hope it works
Anyone know what the playback time is?
annedawso7th Jan

I had to charge them first before I could get both to work. Only one …I had to charge them first before I could get both to work. Only one worked at first. Can’t remember if it was saying “tws connected “ or not originally.hope it works



Thought you could use just the one earbud if you wanted to? Isnt that what the "Both single and dual use" refers to?
jman31642 m ago

Thought you could use just the one earbud if you wanted to? Isnt that what …Thought you could use just the one earbud if you wanted to? Isnt that what the "Both single and dual use" refers to?


Yes, you can use only one, but I couldn't get one of them to work at first.
Edited by: "annedawso" 12th Jan
annedawso12th Jan

Yes, you can use only one, but I couldn't get one of them to work at first.



whats the battery life like? how many hours of playback do you get?
Has anybody worked out how to control songs with these? I use Google music for my main playback.
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