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  #2403082 21-Jan-2020 19:24
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You maybe able to save an extra $20 by buying through The Market website which Noel Leemings sell through, with a referral from another member, as long as you aren't already a member. That is what I did as I wasn't previously a member and someone gave me their refer a friend  code. If you want a referral link private message me.


Thanks, @mattwnz, I've PMd you to give it a go!


Edit: Code worked perfectly; happy to pay it forward, so if anyone wants a code to get $20 let me know...


Note: the Galaxy Buds @ $168 at NL's ends today, so if you do want them for $148 (from the $20 referral code, and free shipping if you take up 30 days free membership of The Market Club) there are just a few hours left.


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  #2403395 22-Jan-2020 09:57
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I purchased some from NL, and they work ok. However I discovered you can't use just one in one ear, without also carrying the other one with you, as the audio drops out when you get out of range of the other one. So there in't much of a reason to use it in just one ear. Or should this not be happening?. 

This doesn't happen for me. The Galaxy Wear app seems to recognise that only one is on. I've been alternating ears the last two days and it mostly works seemlessly. Only issue I've had is very occasional not pairing at all. That seems to happen with other Bluetooth devices too though and toggling bt off and on seems to fix it.

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