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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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To the weirdos being sickened by peoples ears, im pretty sure JBL gives fresh silicone tips being it only cost couple cents.
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Been looking for some for the Queen. See how they hold up. For the price, you can't bet it.
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Yup, been using ol' reliable for almost 8 years now.
How many kids do you have now? Btw Socks n sandels are only deterrents not contraceptives, sooooo lets not mix em up.... Unless the sock is duel purpose.
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They wanted more for shipping to Hawaii than they cost! $36.11? WHAT????
Don't live in Hawaii or accept shipping to it costs more
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This is definitely slick deal. Thanks!
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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?
I can't believe this is a serious post
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What is the warranty period on these?
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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!
This is just trolling.

A simple, "I'm afraid because I think it's unsanitary would suffice". Even though it has NOTHING to do with the product.

If you have an honest opinion, fine.

But your post has nothing to do with the product.

What credentials do you hold to make claims on what is sanitary or not?

Also, your post is condescending and utterly ridiculous.

I'm sure many times in your life, you've been exposed to things outside of your control.

I got a sealed record from Amazon the other day. It had a red stain and residue, that looked like blood underneath the plastic shrink wrap. I DEALT with it. I sprayed a disinfectant on it. Washed my hands and moved on.

The clothing you bought from a store has probably been handled by at least a few people, plus whoever tried it on before you got there.

Being self-righteous is unbecoming, especially in the current environment we live in.

Shame on you.
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At least it's not a used condom.

not used, refurbished condom Smilie)))))))
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Whatever the case, I'm sure that the silicone tips (the part that would have actually been in the ear) are new...
it would be nice if that was plainly stated that the silicon tips were new. But even then depending on the design of the earphone you can have ear wax stuck to the mesh of the speaker. It is pretty gross if you care about that.
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Yup, been using ol' reliable for almost 8 years now.
Lol! Was it used when you bought it? 😂
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Used condoms work fine as long as you disinfect them with some good ol 99% proof alcohol.
Don't call them used, they are "certified factory refurbished"! 🤣
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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?
Well people will put them through the ringer, but im sure JBL is smart enough to change the tips, I ordered some.
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They replace a lot of the parts that make up the object when it comes to refirb, you aren't getting earwax in your product. Sheesh....
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