TaoTronics Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Magnetic w/Noise Isolating and 9 hours Playtime - £13.59 Prime / £17.58 non prime @ Amazon SVT (TaoTronics Wireless Headset £23.99 in OP)
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TaoTronics Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Magnetic w/Noise Isolating and 9 hours Playtime - £13.59 Prime / £17.58 non prime @ Amazon SVT (TaoTronics Wireless Headset £23.99 in OP)

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Found 20th Mar
I have the non-magnetic version and haven't add one issue, seem to last forever playing wise, charges pretty quick and comes with a bag to keep them in.

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  • Lightweight and Comfortable In-Ear Headphones: Ergonomic design with highly elastic silicon covering withstands wear-and-tear for long-term use; weighs only 0.53 oz / 15 g
  • Clear and Easy Communication: Utilizes CVC 6.0 noise cancellation and a MEMS microphone - an upgrade over traditional microphones which helps reduce vocal interference
  • Splash Proof Build: Inner nano-coating protects headphones' operation for use when breaking a sweat or during light rain
  • 9 Hour Battery Life with iOS Indicator: Takes only two hours to charge for 9 hours of audio; includes an iOS battery indicator so you know the remaining battery life. Pls. note: Customers should know they need to use a 5V adapter which means the charging output shall be 5V to enable the headphones' normal operation.
  • Secure Headphones with Built-In Magnets: Keeps headphones together to prevent them from sliding off your shoulders when not in use.


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Also a decent price at £23.99 delivered are these TaoTronics Wireless headphones
(Noise Isolating / Foldable)


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  • • Comfortable Fit for All Head Shapes: Treat your ears to pillowy, fully customizable comfort with memory foam ear pads, adjustable headband, and swiveling ear cups
  • • 25 Hours in Just 2: Enjoy up to 25 hours of wireless music playback or a 3 month standby time after 2 hours of charging; connect via the included 3.5 mm cable when the battery finally runs out
  • • Supreme Auditory Experience: Stable CSR chip and two 40 mm large-aperture drivers make for unprecedented audio; acoustic seal cushions block outer noise for a more immersive reproduction
  • • CVC 6.0 Noise Cancelling Microphone: Reduces environmental noise and background disturbance for crisp, clear phone call quality even in noisy, crowded environments
  • • On-Ear Control Buttons: Adjust the volume, change the track, and play and pause the music via the headphones; foldable design makes it easier to fit in the included case for carrying and storage
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Cannot comment on the quality of the actual headphones but fakespot says to be wary about the quality of reviews on Amazon fakespot.com/pro…ery
I have had a pair of these for the past few months and they're great, better sound than more expensive wired headphones I've had. The battery seems to last at least 6-7 hours for me (though I haven't done any real tests) which I'm thrilled with, before I got them I was assuming the "9 hours" would be more like 4. They have a very decent build quality, are quite discreet compared to some, and are no hassle to connect to my phone.

Thanks for the deal, I've just purchased another pair.
I bought a pair of these. I like many others thought; that many positive reviews had to count for something right? Reading this post's top comment about 'fakespot' explains a lot.

They are absolute trash. I hate to sound like a dick, but I wonder if the people who say they sound good just don't have a clue what good audio sounds like. Also they had range problems getting Bluetooth from my pocket to my head!!? Ridiculous. Avoid avoid avoid.
I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality was terrible and tiny,brought the Anker equivalent and they are better in terms of sound quality l.
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I have had a pair of these for the past few months and they're great, better sound than more expensive wired headphones I've had. The battery seems to last at least 6-7 hours for me (though I haven't done any real tests) which I'm thrilled with, before I got them I was assuming the "9 hours" would be more like 4. They have a very decent build quality, are quite discreet compared to some, and are no hassle to connect to my phone.

Thanks for the deal, I've just purchased another pair.
How's the comfort? Do the plastic/rubber hooks that sit on the top of your ears start to hurt after a few hours?
these seem about the best price as the Anker wireless. anyone got an opinion on them?
these are excellent, cant compare with any of the other similarly priced alternatives, but ive been impressed.
Cannot comment on the quality of the actual headphones but fakespot says to be wary about the quality of reviews on Amazon fakespot.com/pro…ery
I have some of these are they're great for the gym, think i paid ~£20. Hot.
I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality was terrible and tiny,brought the Anker equivalent and they are better in terms of sound quality l.
qadir200017 m ago

I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality …I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality was terrible and tiny,brought the Anker equivalent and they are better in terms of sound quality l.


Which are the Anker equivalents? Cheers
I have the previous versions of these. Very happy with them. Battery life has been pretty good. Pleased with the sound. Range is sometimes a bit iffy. Phone in back left pocket can cause it to cut out but that's really my only gripe.

Have ordered these as I can then keep a pair at home and one at work in case i forget them
Aren't these already on here?

Or is it the same stuff different name?
qadir200035 m ago

I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality …I had a pair of these and sent them back the next day as the sound quality was terrible and tiny,brought the Anker equivalent and they are better in terms of sound quality l.


I did the exact same, thought they were terrible.
ackbar24 m ago

I have the previous versions of these. Very happy with them. Battery life …I have the previous versions of these. Very happy with them. Battery life has been pretty good. Pleased with the sound. Range is sometimes a bit iffy. Phone in back left pocket can cause it to cut out but that's really my only gripe.Have ordered these as I can then keep a pair at home and one at work in case i forget them


Try switching your phone to the back right pocket. You never know
Got a set of these for running. Decent sound quality, good battery life and comes with a variety of size fittings.
Bought a pair of these a couple of weeks ago, sound quality is very mediocre and gets distorted at the higher volumes (though they do get LOUD). I can say I've never owned a pair of wired earbuds that sound as bad as these. Would recommend looking elsewhere if you want nice sounding earbuds.
These are great earphones, use them all the time
I've returned these just a few days ago. They lack bass and didn't go into my ear enough to block the sound around me.

I just bought a Bluetooth transmitter/receiver so I can use my existing headphones.
I bought a set about a month ago. Very impressed with them for the money. Battery life I would guess is over 7 hours.

I’ve just ordered another pair for my wife.
prynolfc3 h, 45 m ago

How's the comfort? Do the plastic/rubber hooks that sit on the top of your …How's the comfort? Do the plastic/rubber hooks that sit on the top of your ears start to hurt after a few hours?


They are quite comfy. They are rubber hooks and can be removed but i don't even notice them on the ear.
Naith2 h, 20 m ago

Which are the Anker equivalents? Cheers


Anker SoundBuds,
These are comfortable because the wing tip shape goes into the curvature of your upper earlobe (if that makes sense). Basically just saying they don't feel like they're going to fall out
cheap headphones ideal for gym if you worried about getting them robbed
Edited by: "michael3" 20th Mar
I have anker, perfect.
moork10 h, 18 m ago

I have had a pair of these for the past few months and they're great, …I have had a pair of these for the past few months and they're great, better sound than more expensive wired headphones I've had. The battery seems to last at least 6-7 hours for me (though I haven't done any real tests) which I'm thrilled with, before I got them I was assuming the "9 hours" would be more like 4. They have a very decent build quality, are quite discreet compared to some, and are no hassle to connect to my phone.Thanks for the deal, I've just purchased another pair.


Do they stop you from hearing the outside world?
I bought a pair of these. I like many others thought; that many positive reviews had to count for something right? Reading this post's top comment about 'fakespot' explains a lot.

They are absolute trash. I hate to sound like a dick, but I wonder if the people who say they sound good just don't have a clue what good audio sounds like. Also they had range problems getting Bluetooth from my pocket to my head!!? Ridiculous. Avoid avoid avoid.
I've had these for a year and now they won't really charge up properly and batt only lasts an hour now
I have a pair of these. Had for over a year and no problems at all. Sound quality is pretty good and I’ve been pleased with them.
Had a set for 6 months and they work a treat, sound quality is really good for the price, I paid Amazon £26
I've purchased these and actually sent them back. The sound quality is good for planes etc but the interference and static noise is unbearable when listening and moving as the cord is poorly insulated
Wired are better sound quality. And no ball ache with constant recharging..

Cold.

Thanks for your contribution anyway.

I'll get my coat.
My experience of these is good, purchased a year ago for the gym. Sound quality is fine just like any budget headphones these days, I haven't had any static or feedback, and I use them at the gym, in bed, on trains, in the office. The ear cuffs are not uncomfortable as they are made of flexible silicone so it's enough to keep them in your ear but they cause no pressure on your flesh so can't feel them. Definitely worth £15.
prynolfc21 h, 23 m ago

How's the comfort? Do the plastic/rubber hooks that sit on the top of your …How's the comfort? Do the plastic/rubber hooks that sit on the top of your ears start to hurt after a few hours?


They are great earphones, but after a few hours yes they did start to rub my ears, telling me I should be doing something else!
My pair just arrived.
this is my thoughts in the first 5 minutes of listening to them.

Plenty of options on ear buds and ear supports. I needed to change mine to the large versions. I prefer a tighter fit in my ears.

Paired easily.

Opened up Google music on my Galalxy S8+ (with Oreo update which has better bluetooth audio now apparently) and started music.

Artist of choice is Black Keys.

I do have a custom EQ setting on my Google music. Had to turn down the treble a touch but there's plenty of bass with more room to go.

I'm impressed. I'm quite fussy to certain noises, hisses and crackles and this set is not throwing up any even at full volume. i think once burnt in I'll be tweaking the EQ more but initially, these are just fine.

Range, walked 8' away with 4 monitors blocking the signal and no break up. Not exactly real world but better than my previous versions of these earphones.

That's my verdict. for £13.59 there's not a loot of room to argue and am pleasantly pleased with them.
firstofficer22 m ago

Wired are better sound quality. And no ball ache with constant …Wired are better sound quality. And no ball ache with constant recharging..Cold.Thanks for your contribution anyway.I'll get my coat.


Let me guess, you're still using a Nokia 3310?

Heat from me, bought the Anker equivalent. Great headphones - perfect for the gym, haven't fallen out once and the sound quality is spot on.
As others have said, these look very similar to the Anker ones which I have (can't vouch for the sound quality of these TaoTronics). The fit is really good! I highly recommend them for that reason, provided they give the same sound quality as the Ankers. They stay put when doing exercise .
michael317 h, 53 m ago

cheap headphones ideal for gym if you worried about getting them robbed



Yep, I had a pair of these for about two weeks and was very pleased with them. Left them on a window ledge at the gym (where people leave water bottles, phones and such) and they were stolen
I own a pair of these and they are great!

I purchased these for running in however and with the controls near one of the earphones it will constantly tug at your ear and get rather annoying.

Still recommend, just a heads up.
gaz8448 m ago

I own a pair of these and they are great!I purchased these for running in …I own a pair of these and they are great!I purchased these for running in however and with the controls near one of the earphones it will constantly tug at your ear and get rather annoying. Still recommend, just a heads up.


That's the reason I sent mine back. The constant tugging and them falling out surely defeats the object of owning a pair for running. Major design flaw
Good earphones when they work I've had mine 2 months with light use and one earphones has stopped working customer service isn't the best either in my experience.
Bought these as a gift for someone and they are very poor.

Bad build quality - very flimsy and the remote doesn’t work too great.

Sound quality is what you would expect for that much money.

The ear fitment is poor. Tried in three separate various sized ears and they are fiddly to put in and fall out easily.

Avoid at all costs..
I have a similar pair from Tao for £7.99 and they are brilliant a great comfortable fit with good battery life. The sound quality is amazing.
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