Sony SBH20 Stereo Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Earphones/Headset £17 @ Amazon Prime + P&P for non prime £21.97
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Sony SBH20 Stereo Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Earphones/Headset £17 @ Amazon Prime + P&P for non prime £21.97

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Found 10th JanMade hot 10th Jan
Found these accidentally, while looking for other bluetooth headphones.

Temporarily out of stock, but still lets you order.

No idea if these are any good or not, but worth a go at £17. I've ordered a couple.

Bluetooth 3.0

NFC enabled

Multipoint connectivity

Noise cancellation

Compatible with Bluetooth enabled Smartphones, tablets and laptops

6 hour battery

Best thing about this is that you can connect any headphones to the bluetooth unit.

Hardly any retailers selling this now. Next cheapest is £60 on Ebay.

Did a quick search on HUKD and they've been this price or there abouts before but over a year ago at 7dayshop.

*6 hour battery life in stand-by only. 2 hours battery life in use.
- GazmoX

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Edited by: "IWannaBeAdored" 10th Jan

check out the bludio and avantree brands as well for similar prices.. Bluetooth v4 with aptx. low lag as well.
not aptx ll but still brilliant.

Ordered a couple of these on the 9th of September and got a cancellation e-mail from Amazon on the 2nd of December saying they could not source any.

is this has anc function?

Appreciate the fact that this will work for some but personally find it a bit silly to utilise bluetooth but still have to clip something on to your shirt/shorts. I think most people would be better off with ones that have the bluetooth built in to the buds (yes they're chunkier).

According to 3x Camel this is the normal price for these headphones and they have been cheaper.

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Very poor audio for music. I think the unit may be optimised for voice. Just 2 hour battery life.
Edited by: "GazmoX" 10th Jan

I have one of these, and the main selling point was the fact that you could change the headphones, but still keep the wireless function. This means that you can keep your favourite pair of headphones, but now be able to listen to music wirelessly via bluetooth.

I have had a couple of pair of these, they're excellent for the price. I've noticed no problem with audio quality, although I admit I'm not an audiophile. Battery last me a full workday. Only trouble I have is I often forget to unclip them and they go through the wash. First pair didn't survive, second pair has survived twice so far...

oos

Can this bluetooth device convert a normal speaker into a bluetooth speaker if attached with a 3.5mm jack?

todoroff69

oos



​Read the info in the post!!

Yup they convert anything with 3.5mm input into Bluetooth.....

Not noise cancelling though... I got one of these years ago and have never had any problems, looks good, does the job and battery lasts much much longer than 2 hours....

I wear mine on a lanyard and personally find it much easier to use than having Bluetooth buds with tiny little buttons on the earpiece or wraparound cable...

£17 gets my thumbs up!

Very nice compact device. Sound is good and battery life is too.

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​Yes, but you might want a speaker with a built in amp.

Have been temporarily out of stock for 6+ months. Already have but I've ordered a couple of times as a gift and both eventually been cancelled.

I have a set of these and can't fault the unit itself, the headphones bud type im hit and miss with, used my apple ear phones and sounds great. Ok I used them most in the garden with ear protectors (ones for jet engines) whilst cutting grass and using petrol strimmer. and you good still here the sound great.
Used as handsfree and one ear phone in van ok.

IWannaBeAdored

Review:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy6rABgkuvo


Rather a pointless review

Plugged this into the aux port in my car and hey presto have a bluetooth upgrade for my car

Headphones are poor, but the Bluetooth unit itself is ok.

Good if you can get hold of them but it looks like Amazon may not be getting any more.

Great wee thing.I use it mainly for cycling,and lasts about 5 hours.The earbuds are rubbish for music,so change them for something a bit better

Thanks OP. Ordered with fingers crossed that Amazon restock them.

Bought for £14.80 just over a year ago

It's excellent

Charges so quickly and lasts all day

In the past month however, mine is only lasting a few hours with little use



polarbaba

check out the bludio and avantree brands as well for similar prices.. … check out the bludio and avantree brands as well for similar prices.. Bluetooth v4 with aptx. low lag as well.not aptx ll but still brilliant.



​Bought a number of Bluedio headphones now. Love them, and do does my son. Brilliant prices for what you get as well.

r3z

Have been temporarily out of stock for 6+ months. Already have but I've … Have been temporarily out of stock for 6+ months. Already have but I've ordered a couple of times as a gift and both eventually been cancelled.


I was waiting for months then got fed up and bought the Samsung for a few quid more.

LetoKynes

Appreciate the fact that this will work for some but personally find it a … Appreciate the fact that this will work for some but personally find it a bit silly to utilise bluetooth but still have to clip something on to your shirt/shorts. I think most people would be better off with ones that have the bluetooth built in to the buds (yes they're chunkier).


I appreciate that is your preference and it's perfectly understandable. But where do you get the conclusion that most people will think the same?
As you say integrated headphones are bulky, heavy. And the headphones themselves cannot be replaced. This can be connected to anything with a headphone jack. And because the buds are small can be used in bed or when running, cycling etc

Very good product. No as aptx but sound quality is ok for casual listening to audiobooks. Battery lasts around 6 hours. Couldn't be without mine now.

Yep I have some very satisfied. I use them for the gym. Not overly loud but like others have said you have change the headphones out for a different pair

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You can use one of these to add BT to something with a 3.5mm in.

It's a nice little speaker too.

If you get one they are good.
I have had one for a couple of years, been great.
Lasts me a 7 1/2 hour shift at work listening to music.
Sound quality is good with different head phones (I have some betron of amazon)

I've had one for a few years and used it to make my HD25-IIs wireless by clipping it to the headband. Works a treat, sound isn't quite as good as a cable, but when you're listening to music off a phone it's perfectly serviceable and having no wires is great.

SimonInd

I've had one for a few years and used it to make my HD25-IIs wireless by … I've had one for a few years and used it to make my HD25-IIs wireless by clipping it to the headband. Works a treat, sound isn't quite as good as a cable, but when you're listening to music off a phone it's perfectly serviceable and having no wires is great.



Apart from the wire from the headphones to the box??? Why not just get an arm band for a phone and plug headphones in there?

Bluetooth headphones that plug into a 3.5mm jack, no wonder they aren't made anymore!

SimonInd

I've had one for a few years and used it to make my HD25-IIs wireless by … I've had one for a few years and used it to make my HD25-IIs wireless by clipping it to the headband. Works a treat, sound isn't quite as good as a cable, but when you're listening to music off a phone it's perfectly serviceable and having no wires is great.



​I use a bluedio and avantree version (both bt4 with aptx) of this clip design and it's amazing quality, can't tell if it's wired or not. of course the other advantage is that you can choose whatever earphones /headphones you like that can be driven (impedance) etc.

I use a bt4 with aptx audio dongle in my car as well and the sounds really good and louder than the wired output from my LG phone. I have a audio preamp in my car but with the dongle it's not required.

I think the clip design whilst not the best sellers have use case and enough demand to warrant manufacturers to continue development of this type of product.
I have decent bt3 headphones and other bt3 audio devices ... and not impressed with the sound.

Dunno about the quality etc. But having a Bluetooth device with removable headset is very handy. I've been using the cheap Nokia version for years.

Battery life was an issue for me after a few months. Use the august ep650, which is hands down the best value for money Bluetooth headset out there now.

ktown

Battery life was an issue for me after a few months. Use the august … Battery life was an issue for me after a few months. Use the august ep650, which is hands down the best value for money Bluetooth headset out there now.


I have a pair of these and absolutely love it. Good overall music experience and reasonably good battery life. Using with comply tips works even better, and can overdrive a bit without distortion ( can get some punchy bass out for a great gym session ). Have them for over a month now, no issues. Have had 4x of Jaybirds before, they all die sooner than later and battling with them for money back is not worth it. Sound quality isn't that much better.

I bought some of these from 7day shop for around £17 last year, I'm happy with the sound quality and connectivity.

got one of these but without headphones from eBay.. anyone know good headphones to match with it?

Good point, having a wire to a phone on an armband is great for the tube. Why didn't I think of that?
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