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Anker Soundcore Life P2 True Wireless Earbuds $59.99

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[Amazon.ca] Anker Soundcore Life P2 True Wireless Earbuds $59.99

Been searching around for new wireless earbuds. I currently have an older Anker one as well but that one only lasted 3-4 hours on a single charge.

The benefit I see from this one is the 7 hr on full charge, with 33 hr battery charging case (for the total of 40hr). I wasn't too willing to spend $80 on headphones, but now that it's $60 I feel is in the reasonable range.
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Newbie
May 27, 2019
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Love these earbuds

They sound great with a good battery life and USB-C for charging.

IMO they can't be beat for the price.
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Apr 18, 2008
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I can't get these or Airpods Pro to fit properly in my ears. Disappointed Face
Anyone else with this problem?
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Jan 18, 2003
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Mississauga
Johndaly wrote: Love these earbuds

They sound great with a good battery life and USB-C for charging.

IMO they can't be beat for the price.
i have these as well.... happy with them except once in awhile, i get a quick loud boom sound... ever happen to you?
Newbie
May 27, 2019
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Ducky wrote: i have these as well.... happy with them except once in awhile, i get a quick loud boom sound... ever happen to you?
Not once. I have 2 sets of them and they have both been flawless.

I only really use earbuds at the gym and when traveling so mine only get light use.
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Sep 10, 2005
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Tried these before. Maybe I could have given them some more time but first impressions turned me off big time when I got these.

For almost $60, build quality wise, they felt like something worth more like $20. Super cheap feeling.

Functionally, they were acceptable for the price. USB C is great. I'm no audiophile so I'm not gonna comment on sound quality.
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Apr 7, 2009
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toronto
Dave98 wrote: Tried these before. Maybe I could have given them some more time but first impressions turned me off big time when I got these.

For almost $60, build quality wise, they felt like something worth more like $20. Super cheap feeling.

Functionally, they were acceptable for the price. USB C is great. I'm no audiophile so I'm not gonna comment on sound quality.
I'm also curious if they're any better than the $20-30 Dudios/Soundpeats that are all over the place on Amazon...
Newbie
Nov 15, 2008
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The airpod pro hurts my bone cannel after over 25mins wearing. I did follow some youtube video, add some memory foam in it, but it still hurts my ear after 60mins of wearing.
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Jan 18, 2003
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ngleu wrote: I'm also curious if they're any better than the $20-30 Dudios/Soundpeats that are all over the place on Amazon...
the biggest difference between those and this one... battery life...usb c is the 2nd difference
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Jul 13, 2009
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These literally go on "sale" so regularly...like every month.

Get these if you want truly wireless with great battery life, some calls...but mostly music

Don't get these if microphone quality is important to you.

Excellent support and service, as my first pair flaked out and second pair was mailed immediately. Works flawlessly.
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May 2, 2011
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The one issue I found with these is the left side will sometimes cut out if you are in a busy area with a lot of people it seems all the wireless devices around create interference.

Other wise they are pretty good for the price. Phone calls sound good and battery life is good.
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Oct 28, 2010
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bhrm wrote: These literally go on "sale" so regularly...like every month.

Get these if you want truly wireless with great battery life, some calls...but mostly music

Don't get these if microphone quality is important to you.

Excellent support and service, as my first pair flaked out and second pair was mailed immediately. Works flawlessly.
I've heard the complaint about the microphone before I bought these, that said I was pleasantly surprised with the quality. I use it for voice conferences at work and people have told me I sound crystal clear. YMMV I guess?
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Nov 13, 2006
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I had the first gen version of these and loved them. Sadly I left them on a plane... tempted to go 2.0
Beware the RFD Effect
Newbie
Oct 28, 2010
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For those wondering, I have the Anker P2 and wife has the dudios. She prefers the ankers, claims the sound quality is better.
Sr. Member
Dec 25, 2007
693 posts
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Vancouver
I have had the:
Soundcore P2
Boltune BT-BH024 & BT-BH020
MPOW M9
AUKEY True Wireless Earbuds
Dudios True Wireless Earphone

I have to say the SoundCore P2s sound the best. The MPOWs are decent too but the touch control actually is way too sensitive.

The P2s go on sale for this price quite often. They use various coupons or promos to trick the camels.
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Jul 13, 2009
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kayox wrote: I've heard the complaint about the microphone before I bought these, that said I was pleasantly surprised with the quality. I use it for voice conferences at work and people have told me I sound crystal clear. YMMV I guess?
Quality control is not consistent at all, you'll see that in the Amazon reviews but at least they will rectify it.

Otherwise it's pretty awesome for music, fast pairing, cool charging case to USB C
Newbie
Sep 9, 2006
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MandomRix wrote: I can't get these or Airpods Pro to fit properly in my ears. Disappointed Face
Anyone else with this problem?
I think these are great, if they fit for you/work with your ears. I found that no matter which tips, etc I used, I had a lot of microphonics (sound of the earbuds touching my ears/auricula). That is what I wanted to get rid of by not having a cable. To me it sounded like a... hollow banging noise with small movements, or while talking on a call, and definitely while I was running.

If I sat still... man they sounded great.
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Aug 25, 2010
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I have these and I like them. My one issue was that they weren't very comfortable. Comply tips fixed that.

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