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Cowin E-7 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones with Microphone and Volume Control: $34.99 + FS@Amazon

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the sale of Cowin E-7 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones with Microphone and Volume Control at $34.99. Free Shipping with Amazon Prime.

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Coupon Code: YV4ZCJVI
  • - Significant noise reduction for travel, work and anywhere in between. Active Noise Cancelling technology
  • - Proprietary 40mm large-aperture drivers. Exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range, with deep, accurate bass response.
  • - Lightweight comfortable around-ear fit you can wear all day long. 90° swiveling earcups, professional protein earpad and headband material delivers more durability and comfort.
  • - On-Board Mic pulse remote for taking calls, volume control and switching up playlists.
  • - 30 hours playtime at Bluetooth mode.
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Last Edited by dantx25 January 27, 2017 at 02:08 AM
*** Tried the promo code (YV4ZCJVI) on 1/27/17 and it still works!

FakeSpot gives these a C, which means you can expect the reviews are mostly bought and paid for.

Why waste your money on this shill no name crap?

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I was looking for earbuds, but these are sure better for what I need! Thanks OP!
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I got a pair of these last time they went on sale and am pretty happy with them. They're pretty rugged and comfortable and the noise isolation is very good for the cost. Battery life is also very good, I'm getting about 10-12 hours before a charge is needed. The only downside is that while plugged in, the noise cancellation won't work, it only works when connected by bluetooth. They'll still function as semi-decent regular headphones when plugged in but you'll definitely want to use these as wireless.
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Fakespot?
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"C", 20% fake, not totally bad.
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I got a pair of these last time they went on sale and am pretty happy with them. They're pretty rugged and comfortable and the noise isolation is very good for the cost. Battery life is also very good, I'm getting about 10-12 hours before a charge is needed. The only downside is that while plugged in, the noise cancellation won't work, it only works when connected by bluetooth. They'll still function as semi-decent regular headphones when plugged in but you'll definitely want to use these as wireless.
Sounds so biased... Lol.
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Seem too good to be true. Can't find reviews for them from any reputable sources.
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Sounds so biased... Lol.
Just my honest opinion. Granted, they're my first set of bluetooth 'phones so I don't have much of a basis of comparison but overall I'm happy with the buy.
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Better than the crappy Beats By Dre noise cancelling battery drainers?
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Better than the crappy Beats By Dre noise cancelling battery drainers?
Yea way better... bcuz these are $35 and the beats are $175. But quality i would recommend beats over these any day


Edit: i checked camel and seems like $1.25 was the lowest idk how accurate that is
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Great headphones for the price. But if you are an audiophile of any stripe (whatever your musical preference), or want proper noise-cancelling technology, you will eventually upgrade on these.

Basically, these are solid headphones if you are just using them for watching TV/videos, or don't want to invest in a higher-priced headset for music and/or noise-cancelling.
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thanks OP! in for one. my on-ear Monoprice Meats broke so these will be a great upgrade!
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Just my honest opinion. Granted, they're my first set of bluetooth 'phones so I don't have much of a basis of comparison but overall I'm happy with the buy.
How long have you owned these as a point of reference for the questions below?

Can you comment on how robust these are? These seem like a clone of the urlhasbeenblocked Walker6's (actually the WW6's seem like a clone of these). Point being the WW6's get bad reviews for breakage but the Cowin E-7's don't seem like they have any "it broke after 2 months" reviews (I found only one). Any parts showing wear or getting loose? How are they holding up for you?

Can you tell how well the noise cancellation works? Is it real cancellation or just muffling from the earpads over your ears? Lot of these Chinese manufacturers will "misstate" the capabilities of their products.

Have you had any bluetooth issues with them? How far can you go from your device before the bluetooth drops?

Appreciate any info you can provide on the questions above.
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Did your Fakespot subscription expire? PM me for a free 2yr extension
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