Just gone lower than the lowest you ever seen £140... for both spring yellow and moss 👀
Currently £139 at JL
They really arnt going to go any cheaper than £140 (lowest I've seen) price everywhere are £150. The manufacture always sets this price and I think if retailers set this any lower they get their hands slapped.
Same price for Moss colour
Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd MarShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
Used: Very good Earplugs are not included. The customer may have to buy earplugs separately in order to use the product. Accessories may have optical defects. The item will be delivered in the original packaging. The packaging will be damaged.
I recommend buying for an exercise. Used them for 2 years, no problems at all. Battery life is great
Perfect for gym, travelling, moving and just listening in general. If you like Beats or want a fun, excitable sound with a dead secure fit, these are for you.
Be careful that some of these don’t include the earbuds
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Posted 16th FebPosted 16th Feb
Beats Powerbeats PRO - £149 @ John Lewis & Partners£149£21932% off Free P&P FreeJohn Lewis Deals
Beats Powerbeats Pro In-Ear Water Resistant Wireless Bluetooth Sports Headphones - ****PLEASE NOTE THIS DEAL IS ONLY FOR MOSS COLOUR**** The totally wireless Powerbeats Pro earpho… Read more
omg read the reviews on JL , would never buy these, so many stating one bud stops working and JL blame water damage and wont honor any warranty !!! If you do buy them use a credit so you can chargeback ;)
I have these and they're decent. Stick a set of Spinfit CP100 ear tips on them and they're even better. Very secure and very comfortable with the spinfits on. 👌🏻
IMO owning these and the powerbeats 3, the powerbeats 3 are better, and you can pick a pair of them up now for like £35 ish on cex, second hand yes but they have 2 year warranty
Hmmmm - Not very good reviews on these (skeptical)
Posted 15th FebPosted 15th Feb
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones Moss - £149.00 @ Amazon£149Amazon Deals
About this item Totally wireless high-performance earphones Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case) Adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks for lightwei… Read more
Call quality is alright, it's comparable to my over the head Jabra set and the BT range is similar too. Only disadvantage over a traditional headset is that as the mics point down from your ears whoever you are talking to will hear everything going on in front of you, so you can't type on a mechanical keyboard or do the washing up whilst on a conference call.
Are the microphones (i.e. call quality) any good? Looking for something to replace some Jabras, and unsure about either these or another pair of Jabras...
Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones, Beats by Dr Dre now £149.00 @ Amazon£149Amazon Deals
From & delivered by Amazon themselves. Dropped by £10 as this was £159.99 last night. Review are pretty decent for these too. Also available from John Lewis (with 2 years guar… Read more
I had £15 of Amazon credit to use after 3 late prime deliveries so they ended up only being £5 more than the full price of the wired Powerbeats 4! Can't complain!
Back down to £149.99
I wanted one like this cause earphones usually fall out my ears when I'm walking, idk if I trust the others especially whilst I'm running they might fall out
I have these in camo . Battery life amazing sound quality fine and the best thing is they never fall out of your ears . As for connection they definitely do not play nice with Android phones cut outs etc . Switched to iPhone and there has been no issues since
Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Sport Headphones with Mic/Remote, Black £159 John Lewis & Partners£159 Free P&P FreeJohn Lewis Deals
The totally wireless Powerbeats Pro earphones are built to revolutionise your workouts. With no wires to hold you back, these adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks are customisable for … Read more
The haters can whistle imo lol I’ve used beats for ages and only had one pair die, the Powerbeats 2 which they replaced with the 3 no problem because they’re owned by Apple. In the past they got stick for the base heavy sound but it’s been addressed recently and they are much better now, for pure gym use the general consensus is these are the best, sure get em off amazon and if you really don’t get on with them return them and try others, my bro loves his but I get more use from my jabras, especially with the free active noise cancelling update they got this year. Tempted to get these for when the gyms feel safe again, the moss green is luring me in and although the jabras literally never dropped out or moved the added security of the hook is nice and Apple support is (in my experience here in NI) top notch
Yeah I thought this is a good deal, I know beats get a lot of hate but I’ve been waiting for this price range for gym use. Thanks for that though (y)
Been this price for a while now, the JL warranty is the nice part though, they had it on the AirPod pros too, noticed after I’d bought them on amazon, however used BP points to get another £20 off so took AppleCare which pays for itself tbh. These are great gym headphones but for every day use I’d look for something with better noise cancelling and hear through. If you want a great daily driver try the jabra elite 75t, £129 at the minute and I paid £170 a year ago and thought they were worth it then. They have passive and active noice cancelling plus hear through for when you’re on the street and need traffic noise etc for safety. They’re perfect for the gym I’ve never had them fall out unlike Apple buds on treadmills or weights room and I’ve sweated on them constantly, they’ve not died unlike my old Powerbeats 3. They have the same ip rating as these plus have their own 2 year sweat and dust guarantee from the manufacturer regardless of where you buy them, plus more discrete if you like that unlike beats that are a statement bud, also nice though. If you really want the best gym earbuds try the jabra elite active 75t, they’re the same as the elite 75t but extra water and dust protection, they can be submerged for up to half an hour at a metre so sweat isn’t an issue and gym chalk shouldn’t affect them either, I believe they’re on sale too on amazon but slightly pricier than these or the elite 75t. TL;DR: These are best used for the gym or heavy indoor workouts where you’d need the added security of the hooks. For daily earphones they’re still top notch with Apple build quality and the best battery life in class iirc. However I’d say there are better options with more bells and whistles in this price range. Plus the case for these is a monster so you’d need a bag ideally to carry it, otherwise they’ll stick out hugely in jeans etc.
I wouldn’t be able to break down parts used. Obviously the name and brand add to the price like with everything. Then the sound comparison would be like a Bose speaker compared to an Anker Soundcore, it’s clear and obvious to hear. Then combine the build quality, sound and battery life, sweat proof etc. These are probably some of the best wireless fitness earphones. It’s all down to preference. You can compare everything like that. Do you want a thin primark £2 tee or a £20 thicker better quality tee.
What are the major differences in parts between these expensive bluetooth headphones compared to the cheap ones bought off Amazon? Do they have some kind of gold material or better material used in the Beats? Even so I can't understand the price jump from £15 to £150?
Posted 14th Dec 2020Posted 14th Dec 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones - Apple H1 headphone chip - Used Good - £116.43 @ Amazon Warehouse£116.43 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Worth a gamble I’d say. Different colours available! The totally wireless Powerbeats Pro earphones in moss are built to revolutionize your workouts. With zero wires to hold you ba… Read more
So I used these headphones for a good year. Things i loved: Connectivity to the iPhone- flawless with the h1 chip Battery life- In 5 mins and they are 45% charged (like magic) Earhook design- Excellent for gym and movement dense sports Things i wish it had: Wireless charging USB- type C Better sound quality Smaller charging case So i switched to Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro. They are just the best sounding buds ive ever had. on amazon for £83.99 (last min deal right now) Peace!
Woa, I’m glad you told me I was just going to order some 😬
This website is definetly not legit. £99 for Airpods Pro
Are these the same https://beatsoua.com/product/powerbeats-pro-totally-wireless-earphones-navy/
Amazon have a great Returns procedure if that was the case.
Posted 22nd Nov 2020Posted 22nd Nov 2020
Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Sport Headphones with Mic/Remote £154 @ Amazon£154£1593% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
£159 for Black or Navy! Totally wireless high-performance earphones Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case) Adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks fo… Read more
Just purchased also 0% for 6 months. I went for these over the AirPods Pro’s as will be using one for cycling - I’ve already lost an AirPod hence didn’t go for the AirPods. If this was for use at home or commuting then I’d definitely have gone for the AirPods
Which would be better, this or the Air Pod Pros?
Posted 20th Nov 2020Posted 20th Nov 2020
Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Sport Headphones with Mic/Remote, Black - £159 @ John Lewis & Partners£159£21927% off Free P&P FreeJohn Lewis Deals
Same price at amazon if preferred Reduced from an RRP of £219 to £179, now £159 True wireless With two independent earbuds fitting comfortably and securely in your ears, no… Read more
Noise cancellation, 100% the AirPods. These will only have passive noise cancellation. Comfort will depend on individual and your use I guess. Both will have different sizes of buds so I doubt comfort will be a big issue.
Anyone able to confirm which are superior in terms of noise cancellation and comfort between these and AirPod Pro?
Looks like problems with waterproofing based on reviews. Don’t bother.
Posted 3rd Nov 2020Posted 3rd Nov 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones in Navy - £176 inc del, John Lewis & Partners£176 Free P&P FreeJohn Lewis Deals
Powerbeats pro in Navy available online at John Lewis with free standard delivery. 2 year warranty. Also Moss colour at £180 inc standard delivery. Also available at Amazon, wi… Read more
Not the case for me. Apple didn't even replace a faulty lightning cable which came with ipad.
I got a pair of powerbeats 3 in may and they stopped working...after speaking to Apple and trying to get then sent off under warranty they want to charge me £102 before they are even sent. I will NEVER buy from Apple again
Not sure where you got the impression from but I had the left side of this headphones not charging and they shipped a replacement and exchange within 2 days. Couldn’t fault it and I even done it with a US purchased set in the UK. No questions asked.
The extended warranty is with John Lewis. And in all honesty I’ve always had warranty issues resolved with Apple products in the Apple store even if I haven’t bought it directly from them.
I wouldn't bother. Apple are a terrible company to deal with in regards to warranty
Posted 1st Nov 2020Posted 1st Nov 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Headphones (Black) £184.99 at Amazon£185Amazon Deals
Had these in my basket earlier at £219. Just logged back in to see the price has dropped to £184.99. Slightly cheaper in other colours but black is most popular as others have rose… Read more
I've used these for over a year now and they are perfect. They are not noise cancelling and not fully noise isolating (you will hear some background noise) but I don't want my headphones to be either of those so that was a big selling point. The battery life is incredible - I listen to these for many hours a day and I only need to charge them after maybe 4-5 days. Also the most comfortable pair of in-ear headphones ever. I would normally get discomfort after a while with normal ones but with these I've never had an issue. Loads of little quality of life benefits that most brands don't offer - for example being able to not just have one headphone in but you can CHOOSE whether it's the right or left one as the controls are identical on both (you will be surprised at how many brands only let you have the right headphone in by itself and I hate that). I exercise every day and play a lot of sport so they are invaluable for that but I would recommend these to anyone. Happy to answer any questions
These or jaybird vistas or air pod pro?
had these from release. these are brilliant
Anyone have any experience with these (or non pro) and the London Underground? With my current earphones, the buds go into the ear which provides good noise isolation; would these be the same?
I did haha
Posted 24th Oct 2020Posted 24th Oct 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones - Apple H1 headphone chip - Navy - £175.40 @ Amazon£175.40£219.9520% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
An excellent alternative to AirPods / AirPods Pro at the lowest price in the UK! (Source: TechRadar) Totally wireless high-performance earphones Up to 9 hours of listening time… Read more
I agree. I have the Jabra 65t in Navy & Cooper and they are amazing. The equilizer is fully customisable now via the app and the sound is amazing. Great heavy base. The a battery life on them is brilliant even after over a year of heavy use. The finish is resilient to marks and scuffs too. My only minor gripe is that the charging input is Micro USB rather than USB-C. (y)
I bought them at launch too and I think they're horribly overpriced. Sound quality is very poor compared to the competition and sound isolation is almost nonexistent. The case is very bulky. The physical controls (main reason why I bought them) turned out to be not as easy to use as touch controls on others I've bought. Even the hooks aren't all that great (for my use case at least) because none of the competition fall out when running and they're a hassle to put on.
Not really. The Jabra 65t (cheaper/older), 75t and Bose Soundsport True Wireless are better sounding alternatives and often cheaper too. Beats is all about the name - but the fit on these are meant to be good, better than any AirPod can manage. Reliability doesn’t seem to be great, something all Beats appear to suffer from.
I will never buy a beats product again
Posted 29th Sep 2020Posted 29th Sep 2020
Apple Powerbeats Pro Totally Wireless Earphones Blk MV6Y2ZM/A FREE P&P £129.16 @ uk_best4tech ebay£129.16eBay Deals
I want to say suspiciously low price, but I've ordered some headphones from this seller thanks to Switchy's deal here ( https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/akg-n700nc-bluetooth-headph… Read more
Ah darn! I didn’t think of that... hope it works out or you get a refund.
No problem (y) 🏾
Fair enough, thanks for the info
Yes, it does however you have to put the right date in for it to accept it. I have contacted the seller anyway, there is always PayPal cover, but would prefer to walk into an apple store or buy from amazon in case of issues. Price is amazing and for a sealed product still not sure whether to return, but leaning that way
Does the Apple warranty check site (https://checkcoverage.apple.com/gb/en/) allow you to update the purchase date, as shown in the screenshot below? If no Apple warranty is given, I suppose you do get 90 days warranty from the seller.
Posted 23rd Sep 2020Posted 23rd Sep 2020
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones - Black Only £184.99 @ Amazon£184.99£21916% offAmazon Deals
All others colours are £217-£219 (except Moss = £187.23) Best price on Amazon since April
As someone that bought them for £220 at launch they are not worth this money. Wireless headphone tech has come a very long way since these were released and they're double the price they should be here. The major major downside is how huge they are and the extremely mediocre sound quality. No noise cancelling makes wind noise poor when you're running. Even for gym goers, I'd opt for something like the Jabra Active line. I currently use Sony WF-1000XM3s and they never fall out even though they don't have hooks.