Kogan W6 True Wireless Earphones $19.99 + Delivery (Was $99.99) @ Kogan


Was looking for a new pair of budget wireless earphones and these came up on price hipster

Crystal-clear sound at home, work and more!
500mAh Charging case provides up 12 hours playback time
Built-in microphone for hands-free calls
Siri and Google Assistant compatibility
Multi-function buttons for volume, music and instant accepting of calls
Snug fit with passive noise cancelling
Talk up to 5 hours or listen up to 4 hours on a single charge
Bluetooth 5.0 with up to 10m range
Charge case in less than 2 hours

Comes with 1 Year Kogan Warranty (Included)

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    For this price I would go with QCY T1 / T2. I'm not across all the latest BT Buds, perhaps there are newer budget winners.

    Anyone know if these are sold under other names?

    I have been enjoying the Soundpeats Truengine SE's, but more expensive and larger units that happen to stay in my ear better than the others.

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    were they ever worth $99.99?

  • +2 votes

    So these are True Wireless, not True Wireless Stereo - TWS. Does that effectively mean they are mono?


    aptx HD?

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    No reviews on Kogan Site for these is a bit of a worry.

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    Soundpeats might be safer bet

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    Apple brand ones are better quality. You can buy first gen used ones for around $100 on Gumtree. Most don't have any ear wax lodged in to clean up, just wipe with a disinfectant and you are good to go.

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    dont buy Kogan crap, i bought one for $40 , they never paired , filed complaint they said those were faulty so they sent another one for free, even those stopped working after 2-3 weeks. end of story


    Surely these are a re-badge. If you could find the OEM then you could probably find a review on these.

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    These look almost like QCY's but…there's suttlbe differences that makes me think these ARE NOT rebages, but actually cheap copies of them. I'd avoid.


      yes, definitely look like QCY's. I wanted to buy but now I think avoid. Thanks for the good eye.


    Just received these and they are absolutely terrible.
    Mine carried a manufacturing defect where eaetips didn't even fit the speaker properly. Echo-ey, hollow sound signature. Avoid!


    Definitely avoid. $20 is too good to be true.
    Subpar quality, connection is pretty patchy too.

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