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I got these headphones last year as a gift for Christmas and really enjoy them. The one downside would be behind the neck they seem to stick when you start sweating, so I have the rubber part in front of my neck.

Also if anyone knows where to get premium buds for these I would love to know.
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This is a great price for the headphones, but do not buy these if you're planning on working out with them. I bought them last May because my JLab Epic Air failed after 4 warrantied replacements. I read the reviews and it seemed like the Powerbeats3 were the best bluetooth headphones for the price when it came to working out.

But starting in August, I started experiencing power issues when I worked out. About 10 minutes into my run, it completely shut down and when I brought this up to Apple, they shrugged me off and the best they would do is give me a $60 off $200 coupon (which I used to buy another wireless headphones for working out).

These headphones aren't bad if you're doing light activity (walking or riding your bike on flat surfaces), but if you're doing a long run and you sweat a lot like me, you should move on.
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I got these headphones last year as a gift for Christmas and really enjoy them. The one downside would be behind the neck they seem to stick when you start sweating, so I have the rubber part in front of my neck.

Also if anyone knows where to get premium buds for these I would love to know.
thats why i switch them to the front when i runSmilie
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This is a great price for the headphones, but do not buy these if you're planning on working out with them. I bought them last May because my JLab Epic Air failed after 4 warrantied replacements. I read the reviews and it seemed like the Powerbeats3 were the best bluetooth headphones for the price when it came to working out.

But starting in August, I started experiencing power issues when I worked out. About 10 minutes into my run, it completely shut down and when I brought this up to Apple, they shrugged me off and the best they would do is give me a $60 off $200 coupon (which I used to buy another wireless headphones for working out).

These headphones aren't bad if you're doing light activity (walking or riding your bike on flat surfaces), but if you're doing a long run and you sweat a lot like me, you should move on.
Completely disagree. I had the PB2s and those were very unreliable. However, these have been much much more reliable and water/sweat-resistant. Unlike the PB2s they work in the rain no problem. I run between 10 and 18 miles every other day and they've been a workhorse. Also, these are the only Apple products I own and I must say, Apple's customer service is excellent. When my PB2s would die I would take it to an Apple store and they would swap it out and extend the warranty. It's one reason I keep buying the Powerbeats. Also, they fit my ear better than other headsets I've tried.
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This is a great price for the headphones, but do not buy these if you're planning on working out with them. I bought them last May because my JLab Epic Air failed after 4 warrantied replacements. I read the reviews and it seemed like the Powerbeats3 were the best bluetooth headphones for the price when it came to working out.

But starting in August, I started experiencing power issues when I worked out. About 10 minutes into my run, it completely shut down and when I brought this up to Apple, they shrugged me off and the best they would do is give me a $60 off $200 coupon (which I used to buy another wireless headphones for working out).

These headphones aren't bad if you're doing light activity (walking or riding your bike on flat surfaces), but if you're doing a long run and you sweat a lot like me, you should move on.
I think you have a bad pair. I do 2 hours of lifting 6 days a week and 1 hour of cardio afterwards. Never had any problems with them going out like that.
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This is a great price for the headphones, but do not buy these if you're planning on working out with them. I bought them last May because my JLab Epic Air failed after 4 warrantied replacements. I read the reviews and it seemed like the Powerbeats3 were the best bluetooth headphones for the price when it came to working out.

But starting in August, I started experiencing power issues when I worked out. About 10 minutes into my run, it completely shut down and when I brought this up to Apple, they shrugged me off and the best they would do is give me a $60 off $200 coupon (which I used to buy another wireless headphones for working out).

These headphones aren't bad if you're doing light activity (walking or riding your bike on flat surfaces), but if you're doing a long run and you sweat a lot like me, you should move on.
Mine have been through a wash cycle and still work. No idea what is wrong with your pair.
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I have these and are bassi. I use them for running but I hear alot of wind noises especially near the beach in the bay area. That is my main grip about these.
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Probably not a bad idea to be able to hear a bit while running on the beach as you'd never know when a plane is going to crash on top of you or a tsunami wave LMAO
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I have these and are bassi. I use them for running but I hear alot of wind noises especially near the beach in the bay area. That is my main grip about these.
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I'd say rather wait for BF. Target has Bose SoundSport wireless for $100.
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Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones @ Target $89.99 One day sale!!

https://www.target.com/p/beats-17...999Save110
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I was looking into these for working out, reviews are pretty bad. Several people have reported that after a few months the sound will starting cutting out of one side and that they will eventually stop charging.They have a rating of 2 out 5 stars on the Apple website. Here is one of the reviews:

"Purchased 2 pairs for running and had a total of 5 replacements on them. Horrible product, doesn't hold up to working out or running. It's painful to deal with apple customer service and they were less than helpful. For $200 there are definitely better products out there and cheaper. DO NOT BUY this. It's not sweat resistant as indicated or as advertised. Save your money. I would rate this 0 star if there were an option."
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I have these and are bassi. I use them for running but I hear alot of wind noises especially near the beach in the bay area. That is my main grip about these.
I would recommend switching out the tips. Check out comply tips, they help with outside noise and provide pretty decent sound cancellation.
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