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Xiaomi Redmi AirDots [CN Version £13.78 / Global Version - £15.44] (£11.52/ £12.82 with new user coupon) @ AliExpress / HXML Store
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Xiaomi Redmi AirDots [CN Version £13.78 / Global Version - £15.44] (£11.52/ £12.82 with new user coupon) @ AliExpress / HXML Store

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Posted 8th Aug 2019

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Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic [Global Version]
This is the global version, not the chinese version. So at least a few differences in the packging, CE mark, and possibly no chinese voice assist!

To get this price, make sure to choose US dollars ($18.59) and use the $3 new user coupon (if you are a new customer else you risk order cancellation) and pay using a fee free card, such as Monzo, Starling, Halifax Clarity which currently works out to £12.82.

If you don't use the coupon, it works out at £15.28.

$18.59 USD = £15.28
$15.59 USD = £12.82 ($3 new user coupon)

Redmi AirDots [Chinese Version]
If you want to save a bit more and don't mind the chinese version:

$16.99 USD = £13.98
$13.99 USD = £11.52 ($3 new user coupon)

Possible 6.3% quidco too.

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I can't trust these would stay in my ears, I always go for ones that overhook... Nothing worse than mid squat with tunes blasting and some crappy ear phone falls out of your ear, takes you out of the zone, you crumple under the weight and spend the next 2 years in rehab learning to walk again...

But then, they are a decent price.....
rjnmc08/08/2019 10:37

These look pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots which I …These look pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots which I bought from Gearbest for $22 and at a much better price. So far mine haven't disappointed. They're simpler than some of the more expensive options- no 'tap' to move on a track, for instance, just play/stop/answer call - but do a great job. Heat!


You can configure a macro on your phone to allow double tap to skip track. Plenty of guides on Google on how too
ASD00708/08/2019 12:48

This or QCY TC2?


From what I've read QCY QS1/QS2 are the best in this bracket, and the Redmi Airdots are way better than the Airdots.


Souce: medium.com/@sc…2c9


*PS: I'm not sure if the link is allowed.
Edited by: "Souquelot_R" 10th Aug 2019
I just got these yesterday. Perfect, and battery life seems decent for cheap TWS headphones.

Just keep in mind these are Mono, not Stereo headphones, as most people don't realise that.
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These look pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots which I bought from Gearbest for $22 and at a much better price. So far mine haven't disappointed. They're simpler than some of the more expensive options- no 'tap' to move on a track, for instance, just play/stop/answer call - but do a great job. Heat!
Just got mine, really enjoying them. Well worth the price.
Is that a charging case with UK comparability? Or do you plonk it on a quick charging base
Code wont work for me, think its new user one - price ends up £15.52...still not bad
rjnmc08/08/2019 10:37

These look pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots which I …These look pretty much identical to the Xiaomi Redmi AirDots which I bought from Gearbest for $22 and at a much better price. So far mine haven't disappointed. They're simpler than some of the more expensive options- no 'tap' to move on a track, for instance, just play/stop/answer call - but do a great job. Heat!


You can configure a macro on your phone to allow double tap to skip track. Plenty of guides on Google on how too
Sprintz08/08/2019 10:42

Is that a charging case with UK comparability? Or do you plonk it on a …Is that a charging case with UK comparability? Or do you plonk it on a quick charging base


You charge the case, and the case charges the earbuds multiple times.
jinsta08/08/2019 10:45

Code wont work for me, think its new user one - price ends up …Code wont work for me, think its new user one - price ends up £15.52...still not bad


Yeah as in the title, it's a coupon for new users. You can create a new account but not sure what checking they do on this!
Edited by: "celeronmanuk" 8th Aug 2019
I got a pair last week and they are decent for the price. I found using an equaliser to tweak them really helps get the best out of them as with most cheap headphones.
celeronmanuk08/08/2019 11:36

You charge the case, and the case charges the earbuds multiple times.


Thanks if it hits 500 degree heat I will prob buy
a little sad that this price is for new users only, but still a good product for this price in general
These are the cheaper Redmi model. Not the Xiaomi Mi.. I think..
stomiobeach08/08/2019 12:20

These are the cheaper Redmi model. Not the Xiaomi Mi.. I think..


They are technically called "Mi True Wireless Earbuds Basic". The "basic" differentiating them from the ones that look more like apple airpods.

I can't find much info on these tbh, but it looks like no chinese voice assist, which I'd pay the extra few quid not to have.
Sprintz08/08/2019 11:57

Thanks if it hits 500 degree heat I will prob buy


They are amazing for the price and so easy to use I'm really happy with mine I'm going to buy another pair to leave in the works van
Any time lag between the sound and picture (when people are talking), like most cheap ear buds, with these?
dromoreboy08/08/2019 12:37

Any time lag between the sound and picture (when people are talking), like …Any time lag between the sound and picture (when people are talking), like most cheap ear buds, with these?


Word your looking for is latency
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I'm confused :/
Was £14.70 yesterday without the code, I nearly posted it but there is already a deal from Gearbest at about the same price, so didn't bothered, as in my opinion Gearbest is better.
With the code, this deal is better, so voted hot. If you're already a member, use the Google email trick and you can get the code.
This or QCY TC2?
thank you
I just got these yesterday. Perfect, and battery life seems decent for cheap TWS headphones.

Just keep in mind these are Mono, not Stereo headphones, as most people don't realise that.
Any good for the gym? Fed up of wires!
Daz9508/08/2019 12:58

I just got these yesterday. Perfect, and battery life seems decent for …I just got these yesterday. Perfect, and battery life seems decent for cheap TWS headphones. Just keep in mind these are Mono, not Stereo headphones, as most people don't realise that.


Interesting point you make there, I didn't know that myself - not heard it mentioned much, well at all until now actually there looks to be a lot of aliexpress sellers all lower priced than gearbest, nice that they do the global version also though I don't think I mind that much tbh.
Edited by: "Wildcard" 9th Aug 2019
celeronmanuk08/08/2019 11:36

You charge the case, and the case charges the earbuds multiple times.


Do these work with any Android phone or just Xiaomi phones?
sheffield78808/08/2019 12:48

Was £14.70 yesterday without the code, I nearly posted it but there is …Was £14.70 yesterday without the code, I nearly posted it but there is already a deal from Gearbest at about the same price, so didn't bothered, as in my opinion Gearbest is better.With the code, this deal is better, so voted hot. If you're already a member, use the Google email trick and you can get the code.


The gearbest deal is for the chinese version and is coming out at £15.75 for me today with voucher code. The chinese version from this seller is £13.99 if paying in USD, before new user coupon. So it's cheaper if comparing like for like.

What exactly the difference is between global and chinese is, I'm not sure. Certainly the packaging, manual and CE mark. I would suspect the chinese voice assist is removed, but I can't confirm.
Edited by: "celeronmanuk" 8th Aug 2019
alex_jamez08/08/2019 12:46

Word your looking for is latency


My question too. I bought some on a flight for £45 and aswell as them falling out of my ears if I moved, they also were terrible when linked to my ipad with the delay.

Also If I had my phone in my pocket the sound would stop and start so connection was poor too.
alex_jamez08/08/2019 12:46

Word your looking for is latency


It's the same, high latency literally causes lag.
ASD00708/08/2019 12:48

This or QCY TC2?


From what I've read QCY QS1/QS2 are the best in this bracket, and the Redmi Airdots are way better than the Airdots.


Souce: medium.com/@sc…2c9


*PS: I'm not sure if the link is allowed.
Edited by: "Souquelot_R" 10th Aug 2019
Got the global version in from Gearbest the other day and had to get a refund after the right earphone was broken out of the box.

Time to try again I guess.
I've updated the deal and pricing for global AND chinese versions as the differences look small and the chinese version is an insane price with the new user coupon!
Why pay in US dollars and take a hit on the exchange rate and fee?
codjerlfc08/08/2019 13:11

Do these work with any Android phone or just Xiaomi phones?


Any phones with Bluetooth
Yes, i saw the Chinese versions for £11.37 a couple of days ago when I had a look round. I wouldn't worry on this and the price is even better for the Chinese version so I think I would go Chinese, I prefer airdots to true wireless earbuds
yorkie1208/08/2019 13:51

Why pay in US dollars and take a hit on the exchange rate and fee?


Because you get a better exchange rate from your card provider than aliexpress will give you. There are cards that don't charge a fee which makes it the cheapest possible.

If your card does charge a fee for USD, then pay in GBP.
Wildcard08/08/2019 13:59

Yes, i saw the Chinese versions for £11.37 a couple of days ago when I had …Yes, i saw the Chinese versions for £11.37 a couple of days ago when I had a look round. I wouldn't worry on this and the price is even better for the Chinese version so I think I would go Chinese, I prefer airdots to true wireless earbuds


£11.37, so cheap!
I can't trust these would stay in my ears, I always go for ones that overhook... Nothing worse than mid squat with tunes blasting and some crappy ear phone falls out of your ear, takes you out of the zone, you crumple under the weight and spend the next 2 years in rehab learning to walk again...

But then, they are a decent price.....
may be a stupid question but do they work with iOS devices or are there any compatibility issues? I want to use them with my iPad/iPhone - already ordered them...hope they do
To get the red silicone case it's an extra 16p. Would that be the global or chiense airdots tho?
celeronmanuk08/08/2019 14:08

£11.37, so cheap!


Yeah, it's a minefield looking for the best price though isn't it haha. You have to play the old click on the item bingo game to see what price actually lights up for the pair of earphones, not a single
geokarbou08/08/2019 14:20

may be a stupid question but do they work with iOS devices or are there …may be a stupid question but do they work with iOS devices or are there any compatibility issues? I want to use them with my iPad/iPhone - already ordered them...hope they do



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