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AUKEY Direct via Amazon has Aukey Wireless Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless IPX5 Water-Resistant Earbuds (EP-T16S) for $29.99 w/ promo code XNBOVA8J. Shipping is free. Thanks TalA9559

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Aukey Direct via Amazon [amazon.com] has Aukey Wireless Bluetooth 5.0 IPX5 earbuds Black (oos) or White on sale for $29.99 when you apply promotion code XNBOVA8J at checkout.

- 3 hours battery on the earbuds + 8-9 hours with the charging case.
- It charges by micro USB.
- 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty.

I don't have experience with these earbuds but Aukey products haven't disappointed me before and they all come with an excellent warranty.
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For $30 would you like wireless charging as well?
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Aukey is the budget Anker, but they make good products. Anker products are too pricy if they aren't on sale

but I will always buy Anker cables
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Why do they have to look so stupid like airpods with the downspout when they can be made without it?
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Thx OP! Picked one up to try!
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I just confirmed promo code works for both colors.
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Is aukey the fake Anker, or is it the other way around?
Aukey is the budget Anker, but they make good products. Anker products are too pricy if they aren't on sale

but I will always buy Anker cables
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And it charges using micro-usb. In 2019.
For $30 would you like wireless charging as well?
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I'm sure everyone would.

But usb-c is micro-usb's replacement. All modern phones use usb-c. Wireless charging is just an extra and a replacement for neither. It's making no sense for companies to be using a standard that's on its way out.
I'd assume it's to use remaining inventory of micro USB or it's a price issue. Not condoning it but seems logical to me
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My jabras also use micro usb to charge the case, its not like you need to carry another cable daily since the case charges the earbuds.
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Aukey is the budget Anker, but they make good products. Anker products are too pricy if they aren't on sale

but I will always buy Anker cables
Anker got their reputation from making good cables, wall chargers, usb hubs, etc.

Then they tried to take advantage of their reputation and started making other consumer items, which in my opinion are just as much of a crap shoot as these other chinese brands like Aukey. Stuff like BT headphones and phone cases are an example.
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