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Philips SHB2505 UpBeat True Wireless In-ear Headphones (Various Colors) $20 + FS

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Newegg [newegg.com] has the Philips SHB2505 UpBeat True Wireless In-ear Headphones (Various Colors) for $19.99 + Free Shipping

Available Colors:https://www.newegg.com/philips-sh...003M-002N3
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Reviews make these out to be junk
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Reviews make these out to be junk
Thank you. I have recently tried out two TaoTronics Liberty sound buds 53 refurb sets, one Aukey EP-T21 true wireless buds and a Samsung Buds+ set. I am still looking. If Airpods Pro had a standard charger I would get them (despite their limitations for Android usage) but I don't want another charger type just for them. Jabra 65t did not fit my ears well, felt heavy and would drop out (the master earbud is heavier than the other).
Sony true wireless buds are a bit heavier and I want to skip those despite ANC. I will try out the OnePlus Buds Z as well, they are light enough, although they lack ANC.

The Samsung like new were the best of them but they cause fatigue. The other two had basic issues:
TT won't pair, both defective.
Aukey feels nice in my ear, lightweight, but occasionally one or both buds would lose connection (requires putting them back into the charger and taking them out, not enthused about that). Initial pairing was also a bit tricky, need to take both out the first time you are pairing. While you have them connected, if you take them out of your ear and leave one or both out without putting into the charger, that bud won't work until you put it back in the charger and take it out again.
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