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JBL [jbl.com] has JBL Endurance Peak True Wireless In-Ear Sport Headphones (Refurbished) for $29.99. Shipping is Free

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#181
Alcohol pads do wonders to virus and bacteria
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Purchased these during the last time these were up for sale.

They have good sound quality (for the price of 30) and make my rides alot more enjoyable. Long battery life (2 hour ride / did not need to charge) and the dock recharges the earbuds. Have yet to recharge the dock since purchasing them.

Only issue I have is that there is some interference in some business areas. Must be some signal interference as it happens in the same places every-time however on the bike paths / long rides, this is not an issue.
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Quote from DaveKnowsAll :
Not to be trite, but have you tried "ok google". I typically don't bother with the dedicated button on the buds I have, just speak.
Yeah, I've got a bunch of Google Home devices, so I'm used to using voice commands - I tried it a few times to no avail. Is there a trigger to get the mic working on the headset when you're not in a call?

I think the problem is that I stow my phone in my bike bag, which is behind me and through a few layers of fabric so the mic in my phone can't hear me when I'm biking.

My eventual solution is going to be using my Wear OS to recognize OK Google when I'm biking, but unfortunately a recent update rendered intercommunication between Watch assistant commands and phone inoperable, so I'm waiting for a fix for that.
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As someone that purchased this last time, I would HIGHLY AVOID. I returned for a refund. Believe the reviews everyone. Here's the problems I experienced:

1) Audio would cut out and skip periodically.
2) The left earbud would unpair for whatever reason the next time you use it and you would have to go through the entire pairing process all over again just to get the left earbud one to work.
3) Sound is subpar.

I love the control functions on this time but it's a shame that these earbuds didn't work properly. You can find many better off-brand headphones on Amazon.
Phone works on only right bud. Not a defect
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Does this mean these were in someone elses 👂 ear canal? Disgusting. No deal is a slick deal for used ear phones, no offense.

For what these cost the companies to manufacture (<$1-2, if that), they should just toss these things if they are returned.

You don't sell used/refurbed ear buds, that's trash, literal trash.

"Even" $0 isn't even slick, nothing slick about used/refurbed earbuds. Groddy, big time.

If you are buying refurbed earbuds, that's sad... only on SD.

*EDIT* Am I missing something? Does refurb mean something other than used, i.e., been in someone else's groddy ears?
If you ever kissed someone in the mouth, you have exposed yourself many times worse than what an ear can do to you. lol
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Sound is not the best, and BT range is not the best (at least when paired with my garmin running watch) but these work well for me when running long distances and they dont ever feel like they are going to fall out of my ears. I think they were worth the $30.

You can also put 1 in and use for conference calls. Has allowed me to work while working out a few times.
I have a Fenix 6 and the only head phones I get a solid connection with is wired Bluetooth ones. Individual buds cut in and out some (Jabra Elite 75 Actives). Just enough to be annoying.
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Great price, not sure why people are complaining about them being refurbished. Ever wonder how many mouths a fork at a restaurant has been in? Has that stopped anyone from eating out?
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Great value for $30 + free shipping + no tax, but not worth $119.95. Bought as backup, gave thumbs up for a pretty slick deal. Some of the expectations on here for $30 is insane. If they work and stay in your ear then you got what you paid for. These are superior than that.
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Quote from mikesyourdaddy :
Great price, not sure why people are complaining about them being refurbished. Ever wonder how many mouths a fork at a restaurant has been in? Has that stopped anyone from eating out?
No in Chinese restaurant where they serve disposable utensils
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*EDIT* Am I missing something? Does refurb mean something other than used, i.e., been in someone else's groddy ears?
Yes. You're missing something.

Refurbished earpieces don't come with the used buds. They ship newly-packaged and sealed. I guarantee you the main bits are wiped off and sanitized completely, but even if they weren't, nothing that has come into contact with the inside of anyone else's ear would ever ship to a customer, even refurbished, from an established company.

Not that earwax is traditionally a huge vector for viruses or anything, but can you imagine the liability if even a handful of customers got ear infections from reusing some rando's earbuds? It'd be catastrophic. They're not going to risk that over a 2c piece of rubber.
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Does this mean these were in someone elses 👂 ear canal? Disgusting. No deal is a slick deal for used ear phones, no offense.

For what these cost the companies to manufacture (<$1-2, if that), they should just toss these things if they are returned.

You don't sell used/refurbed ear buds, that's trash, literal trash.

"Even" $0 isn't even slick, nothing slick about used/refurbed earbuds. Groddy, big time.

If you are buying refurbed earbuds, that's sad... only on SD.

*EDIT* Am I missing something? Does refurb mean something other than used, i.e., been in someone else's groddy ears?
A little rubbing alcohol and your good to go.
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Quote from DealzOnWheels :
I put them in my ear. But not if there were in your ears, not even if you gave them to me for free. Lol. No offense against your ears or other SDers ears.

MEPS (US military entrance) sends tons of people to get their ears cleaned. I wouldn't wear a sweater someone else wore, obviously my standards aren't going to be lower for in-ear earbuds, but that's just me.

I don't believe I have to explain this but everyone has their own sanitary standards, I guess.

It's great there is a market for "refurb" in-ear earbuds, I guess. Better then making it in a landfill, but I wouldn't - not for free. I don't know why it's that strange, but that's great that your willing to buy second hand in-ear earbuds, your saving the environment, power to you!
So, you've never stayed in hotel or bought used car?
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Quote from DealzOnWheels :
Does this mean these were in someone elses 👂 ear canal? Disgusting. No deal is a slick deal for used ear phones, no offense.

For what these cost the companies to manufacture (<$1-2, if that), they should just toss these things if they are returned.

You don't sell used/refurbed ear buds, that's trash, literal trash.

"Even" $0 isn't even slick, nothing slick about used/refurbed earbuds. Groddy, big time.

If you are buying refurbed earbuds, that's sad... only on SD.

*EDIT* Am I missing something? Does refurb mean something other than used, i.e., been in someone else's groddy ears?
On the contrary, doesn't it literally make it "slick" with earwax? Smh
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#194
I've been looking at raycon too. Any tried these yet? Refurb is usually a risk but price is right.
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I'm in for a pair. Refurb doesn't scare me from a reputable brand. Currently using refurbed PowerBeats from a Best Buy deal 4 years ago. Still working, but ready to go full wireless.
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