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Target.com has JLab JBuds Pro Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth (Teal) for $9.98. Select free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free for orders $35+ or w/ REDcard. Thanks xRevan

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Was looking for cheap bluetooth earbuds since new phone doesn't have a 3.5mm jack. Found that the teal colored one is super cheap at target and theres a bunch available for local pickup. The other colors are not discounted. Pick the TEAL COLOR

If you got a redcard you can get an additional 5% off soo comes out to be $9.39

https://www.target.com/p/jlab-jbu...A-53444240
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Thanks for sharing.

I have been using these exact in-ear headphones since October 2017 at least three times a week, for a total of 200+ hours. I bought them for $9.99 (this deal) and I'm happy with them in general. They don't have the most amazing sound, but are fine for regular videos and music I'm streaming while commuting.

My only issue with them is that the tips aren't too comfortable and doesn't provide noise isolation, so I switched them for Comply Isolation Plus Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips [amazon.com] months ago.

They are much better than virtually all of the generic, non-brand name Bluetooth headphones sold by third-party merchants on Amazon that are based in China.

I hope thi help,
Tofu Vic
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The "500" series will fit, and those are the ones I use.

But I'm just a guy on the Internet who may not be a trustworthy fellow, so you can check Comply's official website [complyfoam.com] if you want to be safe! I also attached a screenshot from the website for your convenience.

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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Thank you for the compliment! I know preferences vary, but I try to recommend products that I think most people can appreciate. There are way too many shills in Amazon reviews and Slickdeals postings, so when I have the opportunity to share some of my opinions on products, I try to state my thoughts unbiasedly.


Even after over half a year of regular usage, I still get at least 5 hours of runtime on each charge. (The product's description states, "Offers up to 6 hours of playtime on a single charge.") I'm happy with the battery's performance and don't have any issues with it. I haven't timed how long it takes for a full charge, and I often charge the headphones when they are only partially depleted.

Tofu Vic
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But dat color 'doh
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Yeah its obnoxiously bright. But I figured its a lot harder to lose than a more duller color since it pops out soo much.
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Thanks for sharing.

I have been using these exact in-ear headphones since October 2017 at least three times a week, for a total of 200+ hours. I bought them for $9.99 (this deal) and I'm happy with them in general. They don't have the most amazing sound, but are fine for regular videos and music I'm streaming while commuting.

My only issue with them is that the tips aren't too comfortable and doesn't provide noise isolation, so I switched them for Comply Isolation Plus Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips [amazon.com] months ago.

They are much better than virtually all of the generic, non-brand name Bluetooth headphones sold by third-party merchants on Amazon that are based in China.

I hope thi help,
Tofu Vic
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Thanks for sharing.

I have been using these exact in-ear headphones since October 2017 at least three times a week, for a total of 200+ hours. I bought them for $9.99 (this deal) and I'm happy with them in general. They don't have the most amazing sound, but are fine for regular videos and music I'm streaming while commuting.

My only issue with them is that the tips aren't too comfortable and doesn't provide noise isolation, so I switched them for Comply Isolation Plus Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips [amazon.com] months ago.

They are much better than virtually all of the generic, non-brand name Bluetooth headphones sold by third-party merchants on Amazon that are based in China.

I hope thi help,
Tofu Vic
In case I get them, which style did you use on yours? The amazon link shows 100, 200, 400, 500 and Sony and Sennheiser specific ones
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In case I get them, which style did you use on yours? The amazon link shows 100, 200, 400, 500 and Sony and Sennheiser specific ones
The "500" series will fit, and those are the ones I use.

But I'm just a guy on the Internet who may not be a trustworthy fellow, so you can check Comply's official website [complyfoam.com] if you want to be safe! I also attached a screenshot from the website for your convenience.

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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You're the one dude on slickdeals I know I can trust 😂😂. Great tip as always, tofuvic
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Thanks for sharing.

I have been using these exact in-ear headphones since October 2017 at least three times a week, for a total of 200+ hours. I bought them for $9.99 (this deal) and I'm happy with them in general. They don't have the most amazing sound, but are fine for regular videos and music I'm streaming while commuting.

My only issue with them is that the tips aren't too comfortable and doesn't provide noise isolation, so I switched them for Comply Isolation Plus Noise Cancelling Memory Foam Earphone Tips [amazon.com] months ago.

They are much better than virtually all of the generic, non-brand name Bluetooth headphones sold by third-party merchants on Amazon that are based in China.

I hope thi help,
Tofu Vic
How are you finding the battery life per charge? Thanks for the detailed post.
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You're the one dude on slickdeals I know I can trust . Great tip as always, tofuvic
Thank you for the compliment! I know preferences vary, but I try to recommend products that I think most people can appreciate. There are way too many shills in Amazon reviews and Slickdeals postings, so when I have the opportunity to share some of my opinions on products, I try to state my thoughts unbiasedly.

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How are you finding the battery life per charge? Thanks for the detailed post.
Even after over half a year of regular usage, I still get at least 5 hours of runtime on each charge. (The product's description states, "Offers up to 6 hours of playtime on a single charge.") I'm happy with the battery's performance and don't have any issues with it. I haven't timed how long it takes for a full charge, and I often charge the headphones when they are only partially depleted.

Tofu Vic
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TU. repped OP and of course TofuVic for his usual great help!
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I got this last time when bestbuy sold them for $10. It was way better than my expectations. Sound quality is great. But there is not much noise cancellation in the mic so if you are in the gym other side on the call will hear the background noise but for $10 I am not complaining. It is still holding up well after almost a year now.
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I bought these on Amazon. I'll be lucky to get an hour of battery life
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Got a pair for the gym. Thanks!
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The "500" series will fit, and those are the ones I use.

But I'm just a guy on the Internet who may not be a trustworthy fellow, so you can check Comply's official website [complyfoam.com] if you want to be safe! I also attached a screenshot from the website for your convenience.

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
Love your posts, your a great leader on our boards. Thank u tofu vic! +1
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