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Old 10-05-2010, 15:43   #1
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Bluetooth headphones from £13.99

At 7DayShop.com. Not in stock at the moment (but were a couple of days ago) but they seem to become available pretty quickly. The price also fluctuates - if you read the reviews it was down to £9.99 at one point apparently.

Currently using a pair on an iPod touch and they're pretty good for the price. Very rarely drops out. Track skip buttons don't work for an iPod but the pause and volume ones do.

Or how about an alternate pair with a USB charger?
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Funnily enough I was looking at these the other day but I'm still Um
I was planning on using them for going jogging. I don't take my phone with me jogging at mo because I use my Archos 2 mp3 with my Sennheisers.
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BT are alright for situations where a lot of movement isnt involved. The sound quality can vary, however.
Of course, we all want to do away with wires. But because BT headies need batteries, they are a bit cumbersome for sport.
I'd stick with wired headies for sport, i recommend the earhook variety - and cheap ones, so you can break or lose them and not be upset.
I like Philips SHS8000, or SHH8008 "in ear canal" which give a nice isolated sound. There's also "in ear" : SHS3200 (very cheap).
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But because BT headies need batteries, they are a bit cumbersome for sport.
There's no external battery pack thing, if that's what you're wondering about - the headphones have an integrated battery, charged via USB.
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I have this exact pair for use with my iphone and they work very well, comfortable and the charge lasts for ages.

You will get the odd breakup when on the move with them but this is par for the course with BT headphones and I use the mostly when commuting.
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Another pair from the same place, this time with a USB charger included - all for £13.99.
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