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a-JAYS One+White Earphones $25 Officeworks

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Title says it all. These are the cheapest I have found for these units. They are great head phones and never tangle. They are still $80 in black but the white ones can be had for $25 at office works. These one's were in Mandurah they had 4 left after I purchased a set.

For this price total bargain.

Cheapest on shop bot around 60 bucks

http://www.shopbot.com.au/pp-jays-a-jays-one-price-351478.ht...

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  • Stock search shows Bondi, Northmead and Punchbowl (Sydney, NSW) have limited left. Unfortunately don't live close enough to those places :(

  • Pity, looks like pretty much all the WA stores are showing limited stocks.

  • I paid $29 a few weeks ago at office works tuggarnong (ACT) they had heaps left also heaps at officeworks nowra

  • That's annoying, limited stock near me but all gone when I phoned. These are great on Android devices as there's the JAYS app to control skipping, volume etc.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=se.jays.headse...

    • the reviews seem pretty mixed though - some people praising its brilliance, and others cursing it infinitely

      • For free I guess it falls into the 'nice to have' category in any case. If it does't work then you're back to where you were with a plain old one-click 'stop-go' headset.

  • +1

    Might want to change the title to 'earphones'.

    • Or better yet 'headset', which is what it is.

    • Done !

  • +1

    I purchase a set via a JB Hi-Fi Sale.

    Yeah, they do not tangle - or, more correctly, are easy to untangle.

    However, my son won't use them because the Bass is so bad - no Bass.

    I was going to use them, but to me they sound 'tinny'.

  • Gf owns a pair, these are a steal for $25. Sure their not the greatest but their probably better than any other pair of headphones you're getting for $25. The anti-tangle flat cable makes it very noisy when running though so definitely not a pair to bring to the gym.

    • these are a steal for $25.

      I do not agree. Our set is now put away, not being used, so a wasted $25.

      Sure their not the greatest but their probably better than any other pair of headphones you're getting for $25.

      Again, I do not agree. We purchased some Ultimate Ears for around this price at DJs when they were in a 50% off sale. They do not have the flat 'noodle' cables, but my son uses them daily.

      • I don't see what any of your statements have to do with the fact that this is a bargain to many.

        Your personal preference, whilst I respect it, doesn't alter that this is a cheap price for this product, whatever you think of it.

        • I don't see what any of your statements have to do with the fact that this is a bargain to many.

          Your personal preference, whilst I respect it, doesn't alter that this is a cheap price for this product, whatever you think of it.

          Not personal preference. I am only reporting my experiences (and my sons) with the 'quality' of the sound produced by these in-ear headphones.

          If they are so bad that it is not used it is a waste of money, no matter what the cost.

          I am old, so my hearing does not 'cover' the frequencies it once did, but even I don't think they are good enough to bother with.

          I have purchased a lot of 'noodle' cable headphones. These ones, Noontech, Beats, and Philips, for example. The only ones that get used are the Philips ones - and that is by me. None of the others were good enough for my 'musical' son.

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