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[Giztop] Xiaomi Redmi Airdots US$23.99 *Pre Order*

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Xiaomi Redmi Airdots US$23.99 *Pre Order*

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US$ 23.99
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Chinese product page https://www.mi.com/redmiairdots/ CNY 99.9 = US$ 14.86

Used coupon GTNWS2 for few more cents off, comes out to US$ 25 even with shipping for me

Source: https://www.gizmochina.com/2019/04/02/t ... s-than-50/
Naruto wrote: Promo code GTNWS5 takes 5% off for US $24.28 including shipping.

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Edit: Looks like price is now US$ 24.99 before coupon and shipping
flaming homer wrote: The ones I've ordered from Aliexpress on May 2 arrived May 24, 3 weeks and cheaper @ US$ 22.39 with e-packet shipping
Last edited by flaming homer on May 24th, 2019 3:27 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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These look like the same things as the Q32s and various other cheap wireless earbuds on AliExpress.
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Shadester9 wrote: These look like the same things as the Q32s and various other cheap wireless earbuds on AliExpress.
Except Xiaomi is BETTER
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Thanks OP, ordered a pair, i had actually ordered some from aliexpress this morning for $10 more so i can cancel that order now
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Shadester9 wrote: Is Giztop trustworthy?
i was wondering the same, its paypal, so it should be protected
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T3rry wrote: i was wondering the same, its paypal, so it should be protected
yeah but some times they send fake stuff that you can't tell.

i'm pretty sure my xiaomi piston earphones from 3 years ago from gearbuy was fake.
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What's the difference between this vs lite version, which cost double ... Don't mind trying it for the cost and the brand ... But is this site legit, has anyone ordered from them before?
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Sicklyslick wrote: yeah but some times they send fake stuff that you can't tell.

i'm pretty sure my xiaomi piston earphones from 3 years ago from gearbuy was fake.
Some products have an authentication sticker on the box, which you can scratch for a code and input that code into their authentication website. Also, there are websites dedicated to warning and indentifying fake xiaomi products. I completely understand there is still a risk when purchasing Xiaomi product from various websites. I know that ******** and Geekbuying are usually good for buying Xiaomi products.
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Also, doesn't Xiaomi have a licensed re seller section on their help site or something.

They did years ago anyway, maybe not anymore since they are gigantic.
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If legit, this is a good price. But is Giztop legit? Review are mixed https://www.trustpilot.com/review/www.giztop.com

Are these USA(english) or China(non-english prompts)

They seem to be $80USD on Banggood, which has been reliable for me.
https://www.banggood.com/Original-Xiaom ... 89033.html

FWIW, I have a few of these around the house because I keep misplacing them. They're pretty decent for $12 USD
https://www.banggood.com/Original-Xiaom ... 02736.html

I also have these wireless over the neck Xiaomi earbuds for $25 and they are pretty good. Battery life is excellent, way more than I would expect.
https://www.banggood.com/Xiaomi-Youth-W ... 35377.html

Even this $9USD wired earbuds is pretty good.
https://www.banggood.com/Original-Xiaom ... 44879.html
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cutey130 wrote: Some products have an authentication sticker on the box, which you can scratch for a code and input that code into their authentication website. Also, there are websites dedicated to warning and indentifying fake xiaomi products. I completely understand there is still a risk when purchasing Xiaomi product from various websites. I know that ******** and Geekbuying are usually good for buying Xiaomi products.
The scratch off code doesn't mean anything. I bought a $20 "Ruizu" mp3 player with the holographic sticker and scratch off code. I was person #1534 to check the authenticity of that exact code. :rolleyes:

And I thought there'd be no point in knocking off a $20 product but the masses of fake Xiaomi 10000mah power banks proved me wrong.
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rf134a wrote: The scratch off code doesn't mean anything. I bought a $20 "Ruizu" mp3 player with the holographic sticker and scratch off code. I was person #1534 to check the authenticity of that exact code. :rolleyes:

And I thought there'd be no point in knocking off a $20 product but the masses of fake Xiaomi 10000mah power banks proved me wrong.
doesn't that mean your product is fake if youre person #1534?

I mean, that's the point of the authenticity sticker, to check whether what youve bought is fake or not, is it not?

please enlighten us.
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supremePug wrote: doesn't that mean your product is fake if youre person #1534?

I mean, that's the point of the authenticity sticker, to check whether what youve bought is fake or not, is it not?

please enlighten us.
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I thought they were pretty clear about the fact that their product was fake.
I think their point was that the existence of a scratch off sticker does not mean the product is legit.
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Promo code GTNWS5 takes 5% off for US $24.28 including shipping.

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