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  Reply # 1563970 2-Jun-2016 09:13
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Anyone got any good recommendations for cheap, good, small form factor, over-ear bluetooth headphones?? Need some for watching media on the tablet at home while kids sleep - sick of the wires and earbuds. 

 

Cheers in advance


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  Reply # 1563971 2-Jun-2016 09:15
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Quite like the look of these, but haven't had a chance to try them yet. Probably only want to spend around $50 though so maybe something comparable but cheaper would be more suitable.

 

 

 

https://shop.jbhifi.co.nz/ipod-mp3-portables/headphones/jabra-move-wireless-on-ear-headphones-black/85590

 

 

 

(Missed the sale yesterday unfortunately)


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1564091 2-Jun-2016 11:08
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timmmay:

 

Yeah, mine were free samples for review, so if anyone wants a very slightly used second hand pair make an offer on them, and I have a dozen non bluetooth in-ear phones too.

 

 

What models do you have available?


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