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Samsung Level U Pro Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Earphones (Black) USD $42.16 (~AU $56.12) Delivered @ Amazon

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Similar to previous deals, but a further price drop, lowest ever price on Amazon according to Camelcamelcamel (for the black colour only). Choose the 5th seller (Amazon) rather than resellers.

One of the better bluetooth in-ears at the moment according to Wirecutter (especially if you've got a Samsung phone or tablet to EQ it):

http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-wireless-earbuds/

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    any reviews from ozb members? i dont get it. so we have hard plastic part and also bit of cables. i can imagine the cables will still tangles, and there is possibility to cracked the body if not stored properly.

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      yes, possibly, however, so far so good for me. I have a pair of powerbeats wireless, no plastic collar, but the volume/control bit just broke apart after 18 months.

      I go like the level u pro. Sound is decent, buds fit well in my ear, decent battery life.

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      That type of earphones usually have batteries inside the body, making them last longer. Plus they usually are more stable on the neck (weight distribution is usually better) if you don't run with them.

      So I've heard that tha type of earphone's a hit in certain countries among small business owners.

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      I use mine all the time when I go running. Initially I had the cables to tight (as they can be adjusted how far down they come off the unit) but since moving them I don't even notice wearing it. It stays still and is comfortable. The only issue I have is I can never remember what button does what and usually just end up pausing the music. I'd recommend them.

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    How's it compare to the jaybird X3?

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      different type of in ear.

      However also much cheaper.

      For under $60. they are good value.
      The collar makes it not as suitable for exercise, but you can still use it as sports earphones.

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        I use mine for exercise. Running doesn't cause me any problems because the collar is heavy enough not to bounce around. My biggest complaint is the collar falls off my neck during some exercises, like anything where I am horizontal.

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    brought it! Thanks mate

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    I bought these the last time they were posted up here. The sound quality is as good as $100+ BT earphones I've had, battery life lasts well over 2 hours and it only took about a week to arrive. I use mine solely at the gym, but I find they sit quite loosely on my neck and can fall off during certain exercises. Perhaps I just need to focus on making some neck gainz.

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      battery life is just over 2 hours? its not good.

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        battery life is just over 2 hours? its not good.

        What part of what he actually said is not clear?

        "battery life lasts well over 2 hours"

        Well over two hours, he also said he solely uses then at the gym so that is the extent of battery life testing before recharging. Sheesh talk about twisting what he says.

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          This is exactly what I meant. Thanks, Maverick.

          I haven't had a chance to use these for more than 2 hours at a time. After gym, I plug them into a car charger and recharge throughout my daily commute, which I guess shows they also recharge quite quickly because that's only 30-40mins a day.

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    Hi says it wont post to Australia any tips?

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