Elipson No1 in-Ear Bluetooth Headphones - $79 (Last Sold/ RRP $199) + Free Shipping @ RIO Sound and Vision

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We've posted these on here before at a reduced price but that sale expired and they went back to their orginal RRP of $199… Now they've been reduced all the way down to $79 as part of our Stocktake Sale!!

At this price these earphones perform well above their weight. With incredible detail and a very balanced sound, these are a great bang-for-your-buck bargain!

With Bluetooth 4.1 they allow for a range of up to 10 metres for comfortable wireless listening for about 6 hours. The in-line remote allows you to control voice calls and audio playback. The headphones are also equipped with an omnidirectional microphone offering both perfectly natural sound and compatibility with Android and iOS. In addition, they benefit from multi-point technology allowing up to two devices to be connected. The aluminium earbuds are magnetic and make them resistant to corrosion. They're also resistant to sweat, drops, and dust.

Aside from the earphones, you also receive a range of tips to fit all ear shapes, and an aluminium case and carry bag stamped with the brand's logo is provided.

Can't afford to buy outright but want the product now? No problem at all! We have ZipPay available online now so you can have your sound system now and pay for it later!

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    LOL when the privous deal listed as $99 (Last Sold @ $149; RRP @ $199) and this deal as $79 (Last Sold/ RRP @ $199). What's the price Last Sold @??? It should be Last Sold @$99

    • +2 votes

      We've had these listed at their price of $199 for a while now and the last few pairs we sold were at $199, hence the reason why last sold price is listed at $199. However, I have included the previous link to show that these were reduced previously and didn't want to hide that. Hope that clears it up…

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    any reviews for this? I cant seem to find much online

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      Ive found this review by Home Cinema France, however you would need to translate it as it is in French.

      Also, if you go to the last post we did on these an OzBargain user also gave his review on them :)

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    It has the APT-X codec for a start

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