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[Amazon.com] Bluedio Hi(Hurricane) - Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Earbuds - $18.99

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[Amazon.com] Bluedio Hi(Hurricane) - Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Earbuds - $18.99

Saw these on amazon.
https://www.amazon.ca/Bluetooth-Wireles ... B07TBRYDBV

I'm generally a Bluedio Headphone user and their headphones tend to have great battery life.
I guess that's why amazon had recommended me these earbuds.

It's currently offered with a 4$ coupon making them 18.99.
I think they're one of the cheapest earbuds with a charging case.

It also looks like their other model, T-Elf is also priced 21.78 which seems to be it's lowest according to ccc.
https://www.amazon.ca/Bluedio-Bluetooth ... 07P6GR18H/

Considering grabbing one of these just as a backup as there are days when I leave my headphones at work.
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【Latest Face Recognition Technology to Control Pause/Play】No longer use infrared sensing technology to control music pause and play, Bluedio introduces the latest face recognition technology to control music pause/play, it is more stable. When you take down the RIGHT earbud from you head, the music will pause, when you wear it, the music will continue to play.


I don't think they know what that term means
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I know there's no time machine available but these were $15 last week according to Keepa. Just a FYI.
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From trying different price point blue tooth earbuds, it's generally worth spending $50-100 for better headphones if you are using them for any significant amount of time. I noticed a huge difference in sound quality and connectivity between my $15 and my $80 ones.
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Cheapdutchman97 wrote: I know there's no time machine available but these were $15 last week according to Keepa. Just a FYI.
I wouldn't be so sure ;)
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Cheapdutchman97 wrote: I know there's no time machine available but these were $15 last week according to Keepa. Just a FYI.
Showed similar on ccc, but with 3rd party those prices exclude shipping.
So it might have flagged the current lowest 3rd party, 16.99 and 5.54 shipping as the lowest if that person priced it as 15$.
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azn0Richard0 wrote: I'm generally a Bluedio Headphone user and their headphones tend to have great battery life.
I was a Bluedio fanboy after buying the T2 Turbine, nice simple headphones. So I bought the T6S ANC and they would randomly pause and restart playback. I thought NBD and reached out multiple times to Bluedio and never got a response. I returned them
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I bought these about a month ago from Amazon for about the same price.
PROS:
Fit in ear pretty good.
Comfortable.
They connect pretty well to BT.
Battery life is as advertised.
CONS:
They can fade in and out when I am walking through the city (might be signal interference from other sources).
Only good for listening to podcasts, listening to music is brutal.

I use them to listen to podcasts when I walk home after work.
For this, for $19, they are perfect.
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Read the 1 star reviews, yikes.
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Sorcerer wrote: Read the 1 star reviews, yikes.
^ As with the Olympics, I regularly ignore the highest and lowest rated reviews.
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weedb0y wrote: Bluedio has crappy post sales service. Avoid
I get where you're coming from, but what can you really expect from a company that sells $20 earphones?
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Will never buy a bluedio product again, also had bad experiences
kaiseki wrote: I get where you're coming from, but what can you really expect from a company that sells $20 earphones?
Mpow, Aukey, soundpeats are some company's I've dealt with that all offer great customer service at the same price point
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Do not buy these if you have smaller ears, it won't fit right and will be uncomfortable. They are larger than your typical in-ear earphones.

On Windows 10, I also noticed if the volume is below a certain threshold, the audio can sometimes cut in and out. I'm not sure if it was just my set that had this issue.

Not the greatest build quality, but the battery life is excellent.
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reggielist wrote: I bought these about a month ago from Amazon for about the same price.
PROS:
Fit in ear pretty good.
Comfortable.
They connect pretty well to BT.
Battery life is as advertised.
CONS:
They can fade in and out when I am walking through the city (might be signal interference from other sources).
Only good for listening to podcasts, listening to music is brutal.

I use them to listen to podcasts when I walk home after work.
For this, for $19, they are perfect.
Might as well, get an Anker or Aukey. or Soundpeats (for 2x but love it for music)
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peakingduck wrote: Will never buy a bluedio product again, also had bad experiences


Mpow, Aukey, soundpeats are some company's I've dealt with that all offer great customer service at the same price point
Exactly.

I also find the OP post bit like a shill post. No one needs to 'justify' so much to post a deal, unless there's guilt.
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Got these when they were on sale for $15.99 as a backup and even at that price I would avoid them. Utter rubbish sound.
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I bought a couple T2S's awhile ago. Not impressed with the quality(sound is downright awful, ergonomics of the ear cups dont make sense since they tilt out at the front, instead of in).
I also would never wear the wireless ones with stems. They look like apple airpod knockoffs.
Johntheshopper wrote: From trying different price point blue tooth earbuds, it's generally worth spending $50-100 for better headphones if you are using them for any significant amount of time. I noticed a huge difference in sound quality and connectivity between my $15 and my $80 ones.
I have the redmi airdots and the Sabbat e12(widely considered the best value for all wireless earphones), and i honestly think the airdots are my favorite. They look the least stupid, sound alright, dont have obnoxious notification sounds - just a simple beep and little tune. No chingrish status updates, and cheap enough to be disposable. Biggest complaint is the micro-USB and 'meh' battery life. But since i stow them in the case as soon as i'm done listening theres really no time they'd NEED more than 4 hours for me(or most people id assume).
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Don't bother. I had a bluedio t5 and it died after 1 month. Sales service refused to help.
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I'm surprised this thread has not been deleted yet.
I posted a Bluedio thread before and it was deleted very quickly. I was told that it's RFD policy not to allow Bluedio threads due to their fake reviews

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