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Tronsmart Onyx Ace Bluetooth 5.0 TWS Earphones Qualcomm aptX - £27 (£23.71 new users) from EU @ AliExpress Deal / Tronsmart Official Store
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Tronsmart Onyx Ace Bluetooth 5.0 TWS Earphones Qualcomm aptX - £27 (£23.71 new users) from EU @ AliExpress Deal / Tronsmart Official Store

£27 Free P&P FreeAliExpress Deals
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Posted 2nd JunShipping from Poland

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A nice pair of a TWS earphones support BT 5.0 apt-X and AAC audio codecs too. Charging port is Type C USB.
Comes from EU so there is no additional cost. Only in white.
Select Poland and collect the coupon before checkout.
Should be delivered in around a week.
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Tronsmart Onyx Ace TWS Bluetooth 5.0 Earphones Qualcomm aptX Wireless Earbuds Noise Cancellation Headphones with 4 Microphones

1. Tronsmart Onyx Ace TWS Bluetooth 5.0 Earphone;
2. Supports Noise Cancellation;
3. Supports APTX with Qualcomm® Chip;
4. Up to 24 hours Playtime;
5. Supports Volume Control;
6. Support Voice Assistant and Touch Control.

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I like how everybody takes the mick out of apple earpods but every aftemarket junk looks like it
johnszi2302/06/2020 12:43

I like how everybody takes the mick out of apple earpods but every …I like how everybody takes the mick out of apple earpods but every aftemarket junk looks like it


About the price, design is great... most of the time (notch excluded)
If you're on the Geekbuying newsletter and have the app, offer price is now £23. May bite. Have another item on order from Geekbuying wonder how that will come through and if there's a risk of extra VAT and customs handling fee.

[edit] that's shipping from China. Forget it. Spain is £24.30 though...
[edit #2]I'll bet Spain means Canary Istands. From where anything over £15 can be taxed and customs handling added. Crafty beggars. Now, could they ship the earbuds indiidually perhaps, at £12.15 each?
Edited by: "harrythefish" 10th Jun
There's a 20% off voucher offer on this in Amazon atm. Not sure if it's account specific. 1 day delivery on Prime, total for me was
£24.79.
Got these on Amazon during the recent deal. They sound incredible for a pair of TWS headphones which don't need a seal around the ear bud. Great range and very warm bass. Touch controls are responsive and you get a reassuring croak when using them. USB-C and fast charging is a nice bonus.

Buy without hesitation.
Bhooska9616/06/2020 19:03

Got these on Amazon during the recent deal. They sound incredible for a …Got these on Amazon during the recent deal. They sound incredible for a pair of TWS headphones which don't need a seal around the ear bud. Great range and very warm bass. Touch controls are responsive and you get a reassuring croak when using them. USB-C and fast charging is a nice bonus.Buy without hesitation.


Reassuring croak?
Bhooska9616/06/2020 20:26

Aye. How would you describe it?


After listening to the 'plink' and thinking 'croak', now it forever sounds like a croak .

I'd be interested to know if anyone also has the weird thing that while at home in strong WiFi zone, get zero dropouts. Outdoors however, the right hand earpiece has occasional dropouts. I tested with iPhone, iPad and Moto G in the garden to prove this. And I've done further tests with all wireless turned off just Bluetooth on - same issue. Manufacturer is not interested.
Wonder if anyone will dare to try this £20 'Giiknew' pair of apparently same design, also with the 4 mics?
amazon.co.uk/GII…TF8

I found the Giiknew ones by clicking on one of the many recent fishy looking reviews on Amazon UK for these Tronsmarts and seeing what else they'd reviewed. You know, the reviews with American spelling that say 'very good' 3 times in one review yet don't describe using the product in any way. That reviewer had 'received a pair of the Giiknew ones' some weeks before and gave that a 5 star too. Then proceeded to buy the Tronsmarts. Really?

The silly thing is, fake reviews are not really going to help when the obviously genuine reviews are OK. Is it the seller or Tronsmart pushing these reviews?
Edited by: "harrythefish" 20th Jun
harrythefish20/06/2020 14:41

After listening to the 'plink' and thinking 'croak', now it forever sounds …After listening to the 'plink' and thinking 'croak', now it forever sounds like a croak .I'd be interested to know if anyone also has the weird thing that while at home in strong WiFi zone, get zero dropouts. Outdoors however, the right hand earpiece has occasional dropouts. I tested with iPhone, iPad and Moto G in the garden to prove this. And I've done further tests with all wireless turned off just Bluetooth on - same issue. Manufacturer is not interested.



We have the same with these, and previously with the Soundpeats and also with my daughters Tozo's. It looks like these separate earbuds are more susceptible to interference outside. Indoors they are fine though, weirdly enough
harrythefish20/06/2020 14:41

After listening to the 'plink' and thinking 'croak', now it forever sounds …After listening to the 'plink' and thinking 'croak', now it forever sounds like a croak .I'd be interested to know if anyone also has the weird thing that while at home in strong WiFi zone, get zero dropouts. Outdoors however, the right hand earpiece has occasional dropouts. I tested with iPhone, iPad and Moto G in the garden to prove this. And I've done further tests with all wireless turned off just Bluetooth on - same issue. Manufacturer is not interested.



Just had the same thing in the garden. Bit of a pain, but those crystal clear mics are a game changer, so I think I can live with it.
Thanks guys you seem to be confirming the dropouts are a generic issue. Think I'll live with it. These are comfy, detailed and 2nd pair I ordered seem to have passed the wife test. Though she doesn't like tapping to control, too easy for a wrong action, just uses the phones controls.
I ordered these from AliExpress, posting from Poland. They said the delivery company 'lost' the first set after I'd waited 4 weeks. The replacement set arrived from Germany 6 days later. Said they'd been confirmed delivered and there was nothing in the post box. The next day they appeared on top of the post box, so I was lucky to see them before anyone else did. Turns out the touch controls on the right bud don't work at all. Sound is fine in both, touch controls work for the left bud, but I can't advance the track or turn up the volume with the right bud touch control surface. Get regular 'hiccups' using them with a 2012 iMac, so not usable on the computer, but that could be the Mac's old Bluetooth version. Like the sound with the iphone, like the design, comfort and the case/charging, but not impressed by the Tronsmart Store, their customer service, the delivery partner or their quality control.
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