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mechz 82 150 September 19, 2016 at 03:17 PM in Headphones (8) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-19-2016 by johnny_miller at 08:25 PM View Original Post
Vafee LLC via Amazon has J and L Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Headphones w/ Mic for $26.99 - $17 w/ promotional code XLV6T3MB = $9.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks mechz

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Vafee LLC via Amazon [amazon.com] has J and L Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones (black , green and red) for $26.99 - $17.00 w/ promotional code XLV6T3MB = $9.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.
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Just a heads up to people, these are NOT active noise cancelling buds. There are very few actual noise cancelling ear buds on the market. An accurate description would be noise isolation as they plug your ear.

I landed on the Phiaton BT100NC and rather like them. As reviewers of them mention, they don't go back in their holder the easiest but you get used to how they need to be put away. A link for the lazy:

https://www.amazon.com/Phiaton-BT-100-NC-Cancelling/dp/B00YQGFY8C

Not the most amazing sound I've ever heard, but the active noise cancelling is quite nice and they're bluetooth with stellar battery life - totally passable quality audio overall. Plus you can use the noise cancelling feature without anything else playing and there's a cable to wire them for non Bluetooth devices. All around great pair of BT buds.
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It's only $10 for a pair of bluetooth earphones. Something that costs on average $25 online, $50 at a retail store.

You can buy a 2-3 pairs like this with a short warranty for the price of 1 pair with a longer warranty.

It's not like there's another choice for $10 that has a longer warranty.
$10

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Looks good. Thanks!
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Just a heads up to people, these are NOT active noise cancelling buds. There are very few actual noise cancelling ear buds on the market. An accurate description would be noise isolation as they plug your ear.

I landed on the Phiaton BT100NC and rather like them. As reviewers of them mention, they don't go back in their holder the easiest but you get used to how they need to be put away. A link for the lazy:

https://www.amazon.com/Phiaton-BT-100-NC-Cancelling/dp/B00YQGFY8C

Not the most amazing sound I've ever heard, but the active noise cancelling is quite nice and they're bluetooth with stellar battery life - totally passable quality audio overall. Plus you can use the noise cancelling feature without anything else playing and there's a cable to wire them for non Bluetooth devices. All around great pair of BT buds.
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Not noise cancelling.
Rep given to OP.
TD deal for false title/description (not OP's fault).
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Last edited by CriticalCritic September 19, 2016 at 04:37 PM
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they keep falling out of my ears while running
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I tried these and they fell out. However when I left a review the company emailed me and offered to send me a different version (their "swan" Bluetooth) for free which work pretty well. They also let me keep the other pair which my ten yr old wears without much complaints.
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they keep falling out of my ears while running
you paid $10.. cheap doesnt mean quality?
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http://www.androidheadlines.com/2...hones.html

Found that review on what *I think* are the same earphones. For $10...I need some bluetooth earphones for the iPhone 7.

EDIT: Also, I put the link through ReviewMeta--I can't post the link now because the site is down, but it seems like even with the illegitimate reviews removed, it's still at a 4+/5 rating.
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Last edited by levitening September 19, 2016 at 05:33 PM
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Guys,
buy these cheap earphones with at least 1 year warranty.
There are companies that offer them, and if anything happens to the earphone, which most likely it will, they'll send you a new one.
This product only has 60 days warranty. I'd rather wait for a product with much longer warranty period.
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Quote from miajonda View Post :
guys,
buy these cheap earphones with at least 1 year warranty.
There are companies that offer them, and if anything happens to the earphone, which most likely it will, they'll send you a new one.
This product only has 60 days warranty. I'd rather wait for a product with much longer warranty period.
$10
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$10
what's your point?
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Quote from pringlebbq View Post :
what's your point?
It's only $10 for a pair of bluetooth earphones. Something that costs on average $25 online, $50 at a retail store.

You can buy a 2-3 pairs like this with a short warranty for the price of 1 pair with a longer warranty.

It's not like there's another choice for $10 that has a longer warranty.
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Quote from firstrival View Post :
It's only $10 for a pair of bluetooth earphones. Something that costs on average $25 online, $50 at a retail store.

You can buy a 2-3 pairs like this with a short warranty for the price of 1 pair with a longer warranty.

It's not like there's another choice for $10 that has a longer warranty.
well according to the guy you quoted, there are. and he recommends to wait for them to go on sale so your reply is kinda irrelevant.
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