VAVA Bluetooth Sports Earphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless, in Ear with Noise Cancelling Mic  £11.99 Prime / £16.48 non Prime -  Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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VAVA Bluetooth Sports Earphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Wireless, in Ear with Noise Cancelling Mic £11.99 Prime / £16.48 non Prime - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Sub £12 for these Vava bluetooth sports earphones with 8 hours playtime. Redeem the voucher under promotion message on product page or use code BPM6C5QU

In terms of feedback, they have previously been on site at £15.99, here's a few comments in a previous thread from members

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I've got these so a quick review if u like.. Sound is good but if you're not into bass on the heavy side then these aren't for u. (Though phone EQ does help) Charge lasts a while and the charge up in a couple of hours too.They're really comfortable and I didn't need to mess around with the buds or anything. One gripe is that you have to guess the battery level so you have to fully charge them up 'Incase' Not much else to say really. " @Mikeygolfgt

"Bought 2 pairs of these at Christmas, so far they have been good, paid £22 and £16 for them." @krizw

Also independent site Headphones addict give good feedback on Vava headphones brand - link


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  • Ergonomically Angled Eartip Design: Inclined silicone eartips reach deeper into the ear for a snug fit that stays put while feeling comfortable when running, jogging, and working out
  • Stellar Battery Life: 120mAh battery streams music for up to 9 hours after only 2 hours of charging; Bluetooth 4.2 minimizes power consumption while providing a more stable and reliable connection
  • IPX6 Splashproof Build: Internal nano coating keeps the headphones fully functional even when breaking a sweat or being used under light rain
  • CD-Like Audio Quality with aptX: Advanced audio codec produces richer, fuller sound while providing the convenience of wireless streaming; support A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, and HFP profiles
  • Aluminum Design with Built-In Magnets: Durable, premium build withstands wear and tear and the user's expectations; lock the headphones around your neck for a sporty, yet secure way to carry
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Look good these.

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Ordered thanks!
Edited by: "rev6" 6th Jun
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Typical just spent 19.99 on some similar from argos. Damn..... just remembered i have a 5 off voucher i could of used
Got a pair of these, fantastic quality, up there with the other "premium" Chinese makes.
buliztik2 m ago

Got a pair of these, fantastic quality, up there with the other "premium" …Got a pair of these, fantastic quality, up there with the other "premium" Chinese makes.


Sound good?
rev620 m ago

Sound good?


They sound great!
I really coveted this style of earphones until I got some and found that the mic adds that tiny weight....and is highly annoying!!! Returned mine.
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Ordered 2 at this price. Swap them around if the battery dies. Nice 1 OP!
Ordered thanks op.
These look the same as the Anker Soundbud Slims. They are great for the money. Not sure I would call them noise cancelling though.
Get what you pay for. Wouldn't pay £5 for them
Got mine this evening, and I'm impressed - for the price.
Good volume, clear, fit well (and a plethora of options).

My phone (Oneplus 5T) supports aptX HD audio and the quality is definitely improved with that enabled. Also running Oreo 8.1 so I get the battery level of the headset in the Bluetooth menu, so that's neat.

My primary BT earphones are the Earin M1 (Kickstarter edition) but these make a great workout / travel / with mic for calls / backup set.

Nice one, OP!
Edited by: "AndiTails" 7th Jun
Waterproof?
I find these types of earphones a bit uncomfortable in my ear because they go in quite a bit. Anyone know if you can get these earphones with like apple or any other type buds
dealerxxx1 h, 1 m ago

Waterproof?


Answering my own question just had about some time:

IPX6 Splashproof Build: Internal nano coating keeps the headphones fully functional even when breaking a sweat or being used under light rain
What is the sound like? I had my eye on the soundpeats q30 are these as good?
Well I have gone for them, hopefully they will be better than my last pair (dodocool) which needed equaliser but there is not one on Amazon music.
Just got mine. I don't have much experience with Bluetooth headphones but to my ears the sound is very 'tinny'. The equaliser in Spotify makes minimal difference to the sound, particularly the bass. My inexpensive wired Xiaomi Pistons on the other hand react very well to the changes in the equaliser.

Like I said, I don't have much experience of Bluetooth headphones, and maybe this is just how they are?

I'll be sticking with my budget wired ones.

EDIT: not sure if it was my phone, or the headphones needing to bed in, the equaliser in Spotify has started to impact on these headphones, and actually sounds quite decent. For the price, I'd recommend 😁
Edited by: "aleem" 10th Jun
Thanks OP. Received today. Very impressive for the money :-)
SuperFlyBlues2 m ago

Thanks OP. Received today. Very impressive for the money :-)



Nice one
Mine are arriving today, fingers crossed on the sound quality.
It is typical, there is a lightning deal on the Soundpeats I had my eye on!
PaulG19708 h, 42 m ago

Mine are arriving today, fingers crossed on the sound quality. It is …Mine are arriving today, fingers crossed on the sound quality. It is typical, there is a lightning deal on the Soundpeats I had my eye on!


What lightning deal is that mate?
It has finished now, the soundpeats q30 were around £13 yesterday afternoon for an hour.
I got mine last night first impressions are they are pretty good sound wise, far better than my previous ones that needed a graphic equaliser to boost the treble, a right pain on Amazon Music.
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