Soundpeats Q30 bluetooth in-ear headphones £13.15 prime / £17.14 non prime Sold by SF Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Soundpeats Q30 bluetooth in-ear headphones £13.15 prime / £17.14 non prime Sold by SF Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon

£13.15£19.9734%Amazon Deals
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Found 24th Feb
I had been looking around for some in-ear bluetooth headphones / earphones. I was leaning towards the Jaybirds or Nuforce because of good reviews. I stumbled upon the Soundpeats Q30 and noticed that they had more and better user reviews (on Amazon at least) than the other two 'quality' brands so I thought I'd give them a try. Amazon was selling them for £19.97 (where there are 300+ reviews) but then I found another seller selling the same pair, the Q30, for £13.15. Only a few reviews but all excellent. They were delivered under the Amazon free with orders over £20 scheme and it states that you are also covered under Amazon's 30 day returns, so I thought I'd give it a try. They showed up today and they look completely legit.

-8 hours playtime
-sweat resistant
-mic
-magnets to hold them together around your neck

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Hi, I have been curious of these for a while.
I bought a SoundPeats QY7 for approx £13 on 2015 and had 1500 reviews with 4/5 star.
I still hear stuff using it that I cant hear with my conventional headphones.
Let me know hows yours.
davening20 m ago

Hi, I have been curious of these for a while.I bought a SoundPeats QY7 for …Hi, I have been curious of these for a while.I bought a SoundPeats QY7 for approx £13 on 2015 and had 1500 reviews with 4/5 star.I still hear stuff using it that I cant hear with my conventional headphones.Let me know hows yours.


Hear stuff that is extra noise or enhanced detail?
davening45 m ago

Hi, I have been curious of these for a while.I bought a SoundPeats QY7 for …Hi, I have been curious of these for a while.I bought a SoundPeats QY7 for approx £13 on 2015 and had 1500 reviews with 4/5 star.I still hear stuff using it that I cant hear with my conventional headphones.Let me know hows yours.


Having just tried them out, and having had for a short while the Jaybirds Bluebuds but returning them because one ear stopped working, I'd say they sound great. Like all earbuds it's about getting them in and forming tight seal. There's a good amount of detail and bass. Something else about the other brand names was that both had several reports of failure where one side would stop working. With those being usually 3-5X as expensive, and these getting great reviews from users, I went with them. Happy I did for £13 - having ordered other things to bring it over £20 for delivery.
Don't get the lack of heat. Maybe not as well known as the more established names but Soundpeats have a pretty good rep for low price/high quality. This is a cracking price for these. Bought for keeping in my desk at work and sneaking tunes/Netflix when nobodies around....
I bought the SoundPeats Q12 last year but found that they didn't go far enough into my ears. Consequently, bass was non-existent.
Edited by: "pxh" 24th Feb
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