expired Plantronics Backbeat Fit Wireless Headphones $99 @ JB Hi-Fi

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Got an email, looks like pretty good price for local stock

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    Says "unique" in the email, but I received the same code.

    • +2 votes

      Yep. I had the same code.

      I LOVE these headphones and I have had my one for what must be 5 years now. Unlike the Apple AirPods, I do not need to be constantly worried about losing a 'bud' and the water resistant nature of the product has allowed me to use it in the pool (not underwater) or in very sweaty environments without a worry.

      Thoroughly recommend this to anyone and at $99, it is definitely worth it.

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    OW price beat

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    I bought these way back when Dick Smith was still alive for $90. Great pair of headphones for the price. Sound isn't amazing and fitment can be an issue if you have a small head, but they're reliable and water resistant with good battery life.

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    looking for similar design but cheaper (chinese brands). anyone know?
    the most important is no need to stuck in deep into ear canal, and good battery life.

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      From my experience it's not worth to save a bit to potentially loose the whole sum paid if your product stops working. Battery and electronics in small bluetooth headphones are fragile. I'm not saying that it will happen to you, but there is a lot of evidence on forums that it happening to people for number of different brands. I'm on my 3rd set of Plantronics (swapped under the warranty). Still would not consider them being unreliable, but glad I bought them locally. The last pair I use for over a year and seem OK, maybe they improve QA… Just my 5c

      • +2 votes

        my backbeat fit is over 3 years now never have issue but of course there are wear and tear signs and battery life decreases a bit. so i want to replace if possible. just not urgent so im open to alternatives at the moment. a lot from gearbest etc but they are completely different design as you need to push them in your ear canal and block everything i hate that pressurized feeling

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          I've had a couple due to damage, a bit shy on buying again when surely they are due an update. Multi pairing would be nice. Nothing quite like them on the market though.

    • +1 vote

      Here you go, around $43 shipped from Amazon

    • +1 vote

      I have had mgcool for a while

      https://m.gearbest.com/bluetooth-headphones/pp_638011.html

      Good bass and the battery is good for 5-6 hours

      They are often on sale for less

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    I'm a tall person.. (188cm) but my ear canals are small.. so these don't do it for me. Got mine as a prize for a work thing a few years ago. decent sound, decent water resistance. I bought a set of anker curves, works a lot better for me!

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      Good to know. Any sort of in-ear things are an issue for me because I apparently also have small ear canals… I always end up scraping the edges and innards of my ears actually raw. Are the anker curves a lot smaller?

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    I found these to be absolute shit. Be aware they are 'open' earphones so you will hear EVERYTHING happening outside and very little of your own music unless you want to deafen yourself. Also the earbuds are very hard and become quite painful sitting in your ears after a while. I recently upgraded to Plantronics newer version the 300 series which were exactly what I was after.

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      i wouldnt recommend them if they filter out everything if you are running outside for safety reasons

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    Got these on the Amazon deal a year or so ago. Absolutely love them as workout headphones. Not loud enough to be all-purpose but a really great option for jogging (particularly if you run in quiet areas).

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    I've had these before and had to sell, the ear piece isn't interchangeable. If it doesn't fit your ears, bad luck basically

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    Thanks. Price matched at o/w

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    Had two pairs of these and they are IT.

    These are the pair you want for sport.

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    Do not buy! These earphones are terrible, just look up online reviews. Used it only a few times, and after a year, it just wouldn't turn on.

    Also, sound quality is crap.

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    I've had a pair of these for a long time and have been very happy with them - the are open so if you are using them for running etc. you can still hear what is going on around you. I have a lot of trouble with in-ear buds but these fit me fine, they pair quickly get about 7 hours of battery life (I haven't timed it but that's what it seems to me). The sound quality is not the greatest but the convenience and open design mean that I use these a lot when I'm out of the house.

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