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TWS Bluetooth 5.0 Headset Twins Wireless Headphone Stereo Earphones Earbuds £14.95 @ Evenditio/Ebay
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TWS Bluetooth 5.0 Headset Twins Wireless Headphone Stereo Earphones Earbuds £14.95 @ Evenditio/Ebay

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Posted 25th Oct 2019

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These actually look pretty good on paper, and from an uk ebay seller
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  • Bluetooth version: V5.0Wireless frequency: 2.4GHZ
  • Support: IOS , Android, Microsof and and Other Bluetooth-enabled device
  • Support: HFP 1.7, HSP 1.2, A2DP 1, AVRCP1.6, SPP 1.2 and PBAP 1.0
  • Charging voltage / current: 5V / 1.5A
  • Continuous talk time: 4-5 hours
  • Music playback time: 4-5 hours
  • Charging time:1-2hours
  • Standby Time: 200 hours
  • Transmission Distance:10m
  • Working Temperature:10-50℃
  • Speaker impedance: φ8MM 32Ω
  • Microphone sensitivity: -42Db
  • Frequency response range: 20-20000Hz
  • Sensitivity: 120dB+/-5dB

Color: Black
  • Headphone battery capacity: 60mAh / single, with protection board
  • Charging box battery capacity: 1300mAh, with protection board
  • USB charging: the headset is full of 1hour, the base is full of 2hours

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jabbatheshed25/10/2019 20:59

My thoughts are these are earphones


My thoughs are you're not half as funny as you think you are
FinbarMcDougal25/10/2019 21:06

My thoughs are you're not half as funny as you think you are


My thoughts are you can't spell thoughts
I did a lot of research on TWS earphones today, I needed a new pair. The features I was looking for were AptX support, USB C and wireless charging support. I ended up buying Enacfire E18 Plus for 29£ off eBay. They are the cheapest I could find with all these features.

Scratch that - They dont have USB C - looks like I misread specs somewhere - so hard finding reliable specs for all these chinese brands
Edited by: "MentalFloss" 26th Oct 2019
SherlockGnomes25/10/2019 20:55

Interested to hear thoughts on these. Any users ? Or YT reviews ?


My thoughts are these are earphones
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What do you think about the TWS i9000
TheMainMan1125/10/2019 20:48

What do you think about the TWS i9000


Look OK, I'd rather have these as I don't like the AirPod style.
Interested to hear thoughts on these. Any users ? Or YT reviews ?
SherlockGnomes25/10/2019 20:55

Interested to hear thoughts on these. Any users ? Or YT reviews ?


My thoughts are these are earphones
jabbatheshed25/10/2019 20:59

My thoughts are these are earphones


My thoughs are you're not half as funny as you think you are
My thoughts are these look crap. Spend your money else where.
MrSwitch25/10/2019 20:54

Look OK, I'd rather have these as I don't like the AirPod style.


I’d agree with you cosmetically. But the i9000 have noise cancellation chip whilst these don’t. That’s a deal breaker for me personally tho. Previous copies didn’t have the ANC chip
FinbarMcDougal25/10/2019 21:06

My thoughs are you're not half as funny as you think you are


My thoughts are you can't spell thoughts
Heads up ebay have removed 100s of TWS and mostly the airpod design for violations
I did a lot of research on TWS earphones today, I needed a new pair. The features I was looking for were AptX support, USB C and wireless charging support. I ended up buying Enacfire E18 Plus for 29£ off eBay. They are the cheapest I could find with all these features.

Scratch that - They dont have USB C - looks like I misread specs somewhere - so hard finding reliable specs for all these chinese brands
Edited by: "MentalFloss" 26th Oct 2019
Hunkerdown25/10/2019 21:09

My thoughts are these look crap. Spend your money else where.


My thought is elsewhere is one word.
My thoughts are there’s a lot of thoughts going on in this post and I think that’s worth a thought
BestDealsRob25/10/2019 22:36

My thoughts are there’s a lot of thoughts going on in this post and I t …My thoughts are there’s a lot of thoughts going on in this post and I think that’s worth a thought


That's thoughtful of you. I'd give that a second thought 💭
BestDealsRob25/10/2019 22:36

My thoughts are there’s a lot of thoughts going on in this post and I t …My thoughts are there’s a lot of thoughts going on in this post and I think that’s worth a thought


My thoughts are that I thought you'd say that, so we're stuck in an infinite thought loop now.
FinbarMcDougal25/10/2019 22:57

My thoughts are that I thought you'd say that, so we're stuck in an …My thoughts are that I thought you'd say that, so we're stuck in an infinite thought loop now.


My thoughts are that this is a thought and thinking about that I’ll get back to you on that thought.
BestDealsRob25/10/2019 22:58

My thoughts are that this is a thought and thinking about that I’ll get b …My thoughts are that this is a thought and thinking about that I’ll get back to you on that thought.


Now that's a thought
I thought this was a deal site???
In the photos these look like something from Star Trek; in the flesh I bet they look like something from a Kinder Egg.
There seems to be a lot of demand for thoughtful brains on this thread
Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.

We have the expensive brands like Apple, Samsung etc. The price is way too high for something which is easy to lose and where the batteries are probably going to be useless in 2 years time.

The alternative unrecognised brands stuff Amazon full of fake reviews, so it's impossible to see what real customers think. In one example, the product had 259 reviews, all 5 star and all by "Amazon Customer", not someone with a real name. Complete review fraud. Amazon did nothing about it.

Something at a sensible price that lasts 2 years would be welcome.
had 3 sets of the TWS i9's. Very good for the price (£5 ish) the sound is mono not stereo, the charge was about an hour or so before need to go back in the case, I just swapped left and right when it needed and always had one running. If you wanted to use both earphones you would need a second set and to swap them out (I was listening for around 12 hours a day).

Audio was a little low for me and hard to hear audio book while walking down a street. Some times found an audio delay when watching video, this is due to wireless tech not specifically these.

Build quality was fine, one headphone stopped working after a few months but that is 1 out of 6 I had so not the worse for £5 a pair. in the end I stopped using them as I just went back to a pair of Sony earbuds, i fine the sound quality and level better. I do miss the wireless part though.

TL:DR the brand seem decent enough and at this price they are hard to complain about just dont expect airpods etc. Prob worth a punt as you may find you dont care about wireless and would prefer a cheap wired pair.

Hope any of that helps.
jaizan26/10/2019 11:47

Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, …Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, Samsung etc. The price is way too high for something which is easy to lose and where the batteries are probably going to be useless in 2 years time.The alternative unrecognised brands stuff Amazon full of fake reviews, so it's impossible to see what real customers think. In one example, the product had 259 reviews, all 5 star and all by "Amazon Customer", not someone with a real name. Complete review fraud. Amazon did nothing about it. Something at a sensible price that lasts 2 years would be welcome.


Fakespot is a good site to judge the genuineness of the reviews
jaizan26/10/2019 11:47

Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, …Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, Samsung etc. The price is way too high for something which is easy to lose and where the batteries are probably going to be useless in 2 years time.The alternative unrecognised brands stuff Amazon full of fake reviews, so it's impossible to see what real customers think. In one example, the product had 259 reviews, all 5 star and all by "Amazon Customer", not someone with a real name. Complete review fraud. Amazon did nothing about it. Something at a sensible price that lasts 2 years would be welcome.


Yeah, Amazon reviews are terrible.

QCY T1/T2, Haylou GT1 and Redmi Airdots are all pretty good and sensibly priced.
My QCY have been going for about a year now and still going strong, the Redmi Airdots seem to have a slightly poor design around the button though and some are breaking.

The top thing to look for I think is which chipset is being used, if it's a Realtek or Qualcomm, it's probably going to be pretty decent as the real awful ones seem to be using a Jieli chipset, the worst part about it though is they're putting it in the same design as decent earbuds. For example. the A6S is a knock-off Redmi Airdots and there's a UFO design one like the Anbes 359 that has appeared on Amazon for £15 when Anbes are closer to double that.


Others to consider are the Funcl W1
geekbuying.com/ite…tml
Tronsmart Spunky Beat
geekbuying.com/ite…tml

MPOW M5 get a lot of love and are only £32 on Amazon
amazon.co.uk/Wir…110

Earfun Free are also talked about quite positively but are a little more pricey at £46 (but by visiting their homepage myearfun.com/ear…ary you can enter a draw to win some, their £27.59 with the 40% off)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1


Search in this thread head-fi.org/thr…24/ for the buds you're looking at and see what they're saying, if it turns up no results, it's probably not worth considering.
jaizan26/10/2019 11:47

Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, …Buying wireless earbuds is tricky.We have the expensive brands like Apple, Samsung etc. The price is way too high for something which is easy to lose and where the batteries are probably going to be useless in 2 years time.The alternative unrecognised brands stuff Amazon full of fake reviews, so it's impossible to see what real customers think. In one example, the product had 259 reviews, all 5 star and all by "Amazon Customer", not someone with a real name. Complete review fraud. Amazon did nothing about it. Something at a sensible price that lasts 2 years would be welcome.


Fakespot. Com and reviewmeta. Com
gaz.moore26/10/2019 13:27

had 3 sets of the TWS i9's. Very good for the price (£5 ish) the sound is …had 3 sets of the TWS i9's. Very good for the price (£5 ish) the sound is mono not stereo, the charge was about an hour or so before need to go back in the case, I just swapped left and right when it needed and always had one running. If you wanted to use both earphones you would need a second set and to swap them out (I was listening for around 12 hours a day).Audio was a little low for me and hard to hear audio book while walking down a street. Some times found an audio delay when watching video, this is due to wireless tech not specifically these.Build quality was fine, one headphone stopped working after a few months but that is 1 out of 6 I had so not the worse for £5 a pair. in the end I stopped using them as I just went back to a pair of Sony earbuds, i fine the sound quality and level better. I do miss the wireless part though.TL:DR the brand seem decent enough and at this price they are hard to complain about just dont expect airpods etc. Prob worth a punt as you may find you dont care about wireless and would prefer a cheap wired pair.Hope any of that helps.


Where did u buy for 5gbp
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