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JBL.com has their JBL Endurance Peak True Wireless In-Ear Sport Headphones (Refurbished, Black) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free. Thanks rkm1208

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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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Don't worry everyone about the tips having earwax! They have someone lick the tips prior to shipment as a final taste test for earwax. All good!
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Don't worry everyone about the tips having earwax! They have someone lick the tips prior to shipment as a final taste test for earwax. All good!
This made me laugh out loud for real. Lol
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Geez, with the drama queens in here. I've ordered plenty of refurbed headphones and they always come with brand new tips. In fact, most if not all of the ones I've gotten were brand new as far as I could tell. A lot of this refurb stuff isn't refurbed at all - it's just open box or over/dead stock they're trying to get rid of.
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Just picked up these Amazon Choice 4.5 rating from 3,200 reivews.

Vislla Wireless Earbuds, Vislla 5.0 Bluetooth Sport Headphones Stereo Bass Sound TWS Ear Buds Over Ear Sweatproof Headset 8 Hours Playtime Wireless Earphones with Mic & Charging Case for Running/Working Out $40 (Blue ones are $2 cheaper. Yesterday red ones were $4 cheaper)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WWG1...UTF8&psc=1

Not an audio purist, but wanted best bang for buck at this price range. Picked up the 3 year warranty for $5 since it was cheap. Although if you read the warranty review comments, many say it is BS and not needed with added year of credit card warranty on top of manufacturer 1 year warranty.

Not sure if this is an alternative to some worried about JBL.

I really like this Visilla sports earbuds although I am no expert on quality comparisons at this specific price range.
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am I the only one who see it as bulky?
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Yes.
These will most likely be absolutely new, never used, in plain packaging.
No, refurbished means used but cleaned tested by authorized dealer and meets manufacturer standards. But they would not give you the used ear attachments from previous owner. They will be new for health reasons.
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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?
First of this entire post is offensive. If you don't like this product that's fine, but don't criticize those that are interested. You do you, let others do what they want.
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These are complete shite.
I had the red version of these and they just don't even charge properly. Sometimes one earbud works and the other doesn't. The case is bulky and the headphones even more so. I eventually resold them to another unfortunate sucker.
Comfort level is a 2/10 as well due to the small earbud design. Audio quality is subpar even for $20 earbuds, and these had way a higher MSRP than $30 or $40.
Just get Galaxy Buds off ebay if you're looking for something decent, or spring out for some Sony XM3s buds.
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I will give them a shot. Thanks OP
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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?
Cause many times you send stuff to repair often comes back broke or breaks again soon after. So yeah whatever new is best plus some prefer not buy used stuff.... Forks are blasted clean kills everything grow a brain...
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I've been very impressed with the urlhasbeenblocked m30. They were less than 40 on amazon with good reviews.
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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?
Not a great comparison imo. I trust a restaurant-caliber dishwasher over whatever cleaning process these refurbishers use, if any.
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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?
You sir are on crack. Stop spreading fakenews and maybe do some research on the margins for consumer electronics manufacturing.

https://blog.dragoninnovation.com...aid%20for.

Certainly gross margins are (and need to be hefty) but you are off by a factor of 10x to 20x in your "estimated" manufacturing cost.

Since you probably didn't read the link. Manufacturers typically mark up 50% (2x) and Retails markup 30% (1.5x ish). So for a Retail price (MSRP) of $99, the Manufacturing cost will be about $30.

Furthermore I can tell you factually that just the bluetooth chipset in one of these (per earpiece) costs several dollars.
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I can deal with ear wax but not micro usb ewww.
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Reviews are not very encouraging. 70 five stars and 51 one stars. Maybe that's why they are selling them cheap https://static.slickdealscdn.com/images/smilies/eek.gif
Maybe the refurbishing fixed the problems that most of the reviewers were complaining about?
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