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Refurbished: Jabra Step Sweat-Proof Bluetooth Sport Earbud Headphones -9$

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Wireless Audio
Integrated Microphone
Bluetooth 4.0
Battery Life up to 4 Hours Talk Time
Sweat-Proof Construction

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Jabra Step Sweat-Proof Bluetooth Sport Earbud Headphones Streams audio wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled devices Integrated microphone for hands-free phone calls Bluetooth 4.0 battery life up to 4 hours talk time 114 hours standby Sweat-proof construction Ear hooks hold earbuds

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Streams audio wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled devices
Integrated microphone for hands-free phone calls
Bluetooth 4.0
Battery life up to 4 hours talk time; 114 hours standby
Workout Ready Design
Sweat-proof construction
Ear hooks hold earbuds in place securely during vigorous exercises

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Jabra Step Sport Earbud Headphones
*Item Condition: Refurbished
**30 Day Warranty From iTechDeals
**(this item does not include a Jabra warranty)
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How loud are these? I've had Bluetooth headphones before that didn't get very loud. I could talk louder than the music was playing.
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Anyone buy a refurb pair of these before? How are they?
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I bought this exact item a few weeks back and when I got it it would not charge or turn on. Contacted iTechDeals and they said they would send me a replacament right away, and I would receive a notification when it shipped. I didn't hear frm them for about 2 weeks so i got frustrated and contacted Jabra. Jabra asked me to send in the faulty set and that I would get a replacement. One day I go to my mailbox and find out that they had both sent me a new pair.

These can get pretty loud since they actually go into your ear canal, depending on how well the little rubber cushions seal against your ear is how much bass/clarity you get. The battery lasts about 6 hours, or about 3 days of use for me. They charge via microUSB. They are super lightweight and comfortable, I don't think I can go back to bulky over the ear headphones for the gym after having these. The bluetooth connection may be the weakness of these. For some reason they cut out sometimes when the phone is right in my pocket but on the opposite side from the receiver (receiver on this I think is on the right ear by the controls, while the phone is on the left) while working out, yet I can walk away from them10-20ft and they will keep a good connection. I do believe that some of my problems might be due to interference from other wireless signals. There are so many people with wireless devices and headphones in my gym, not to mention there are other things in the vicinity that might interfere with it.

For $9 I would recommend them, and if you are not satisfied just contact iTechDeals, they have fairly good customer service.
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I've said it before and I'll post it more in the future.

iTech deals has burned me a few times, always junky products that fail very quickly. I won't purchase from them ever again.
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Amazon reviews are rough. Has "stay away" written all over it.
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I bought it in the last deal and they are pretty decent value especially because of price. The product was in perfect condition and itech deals support is really good. The only thing that could have been better is their fit on to the ears which is a bit loose but manageable if not gyming
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Got these last time. No regrets. Fit weird. I use these for the gym, no cardio though of course. They get louder and have more bass than my LG HBS headset. Main con is battery life lasts about 4 hours and dies without warning and the rest of the time you have to workout to Celine Dion playing over the gyms speakers.
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Got these last time. No regrets. Fit weird. I use these for the gym, no cardio though of course. They get louder and have more bass than my LG HBS headset. Main con is battery life lasts about 4 hours and dies without warning and the rest of the time you have to workout to Celine Dion playing over the gyms speakers.
I find the fit ok.I ended up using two different sizes. They are extremely light weight and don't fatigue the ear after hours of use. Battery life and microphone is my biggest issue. People can't hear me talk. I wish we got a little more heads up that they are going to die. It's like here's your warning, and they're gone.
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I bought two and when they arrived, they we're missing earpad. they were in different boxes and taped all messed up one of them did not work and the other one finally got it to work but it looks like they basically send you a defective product without even refurbishing it. And now one doesn't at work at all a moth later after I order it, and the other one works but Disconnect from Bluetooth frequently these products are basically just defective products and they just sell it as if they were properly working or inspected
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exact same model from itechdeals few weeks ago. no,i won't recommend it for more than 5 bucks. just above the line called "it could make some sound"
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How loud are these? I've had Bluetooth headphones before that didn't get very loud. I could talk louder than the music was playing.
they get fairly loud. . . however if you have any decent set of headphones that you compare it to, you'll be annoyed. there is absolutely no bass and its very "tinny" sounding. I'm no audiophile by any means but the $11 chinese knockoffs that pop up every other month is much better sounding imo. also the part that sticks out of your ear is rather chunky looking imo. I ended up returning mine
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I bought this exact item a few weeks back and when I got it it would not charge or turn on. Contacted iTechDeals and they said they would send me a replacament right away, and I would receive a notification when it shipped. I didn't hear frm them for about 2 weeks so i got frustrated and contacted Jabra. Jabra asked me to send in the faulty set and that I would get a replacement. One day I go to my mailbox and find out that they had both sent me a new pair.

These can get pretty loud since they actually go into your ear canal, depending on how well the little rubber cushions seal against your ear is how much bass/clarity you get. The battery lasts about 6 hours, or about 3 days of use for me. They charge via microUSB. They are super lightweight and comfortable, I don't think I can go back to bulky over the ear headphones for the gym after having these. The bluetooth connection may be the weakness of these. For some reason they cut out sometimes when the phone is right in my pocket but on the opposite side from the receiver (receiver on this I think is on the right ear by the controls, while the phone is on the left) while working out, yet I can walk away from them10-20ft and they will keep a good connection. I do believe that some of my problems might be due to interference from other wireless signals. There are so many people with wireless devices and headphones in my gym, not to mention there are other things in the vicinity that might interfere with it.

For $9 I would recommend them, and if you are not satisfied just contact iTechDeals, they have fairly good customer service.
So in theory this is 2 for $9 i mean 3 for $9 if you call iTech and Jabra and complain that they are faulty... jk, that would be totally cheating and not honest (unless it was actually faulty in that case you would be getting 2 for $9.
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So in theory this is 2 for $9 i mean 3 for $9 if you call iTech and Jabra and complain that they are faulty... jk, that would be totally cheating and not honest (unless it was actually faulty in that case you would be getting 2 for $9.
No, you'd be getting 1 and a pile of plastic and amplifiers for $9
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How loud are these? I've had Bluetooth headphones before that didn't get very loud. I could talk louder than the music was playing.
It is loud enough, but quality isn't that good for music...
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