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06-02-2020, 21:03   #1966
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I'd be curious if you find any to fit, I've small ears and have had trouble finding ones that fit, think I'm just going to have to go for something like this and have it held in place by the ear loop bit.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07XG8L3...v_ov_lig_dp_it
To be honest, the Apple ear buds for her ears perfectly.
So I’m gona get her a pair or AirPods. Worse thing is, I only sold mine a few months back to buy the Powerbeats pro
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06-02-2020, 21:32   #1967
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Bose® SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones are on amazon Germnay for €119 in White or black
That is a fantastic price for them. It's only an extra €1 for faster delivery. Brings it to €132.16 delivered.
Slightly cheaper and faster delivery to use PW/PM etc.
https://www.hagglezon.com/en/s/Bose%...k%20Around-Ear
Just bought these. Been years since I've had Bose over ear, can't wait
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07-02-2020, 22:13   #1968
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Just bought these. Been years since I've had Bose over ear, can't wait
Thinking of getting a pair for running on the treadmill but would they be ruined quickly do ya think? Have the qc35 twos which I love but wont risk them with sweaty running.
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07-02-2020, 22:27   #1969
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Thinking of getting a pair for running on the treadmill but would they be ruined quickly do ya think? Have the qc35 twos which I love but wont risk them with sweaty running.
Funnily enough thats how I ruined my last pair and I wasn't going to bother till I seen 3 items down on that site you can get replacement earpads for them. Sorted.
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07-02-2020, 22:37   #1970
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Funnily enough thats how I ruined my last pair and I wasn't going to bother till I seen 3 items down on that site you can get replacement earpads for them. Sorted.
Yeah just noticed the replacements there actually, how long did it take for the first ones to go? If I got 6-12 mths out of a pair might not be so bad :-) Reason being the gym is quite small and speakers too loud to hear podcasts so def need the over ears.
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07-02-2020, 22:42   #1971
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Yeah just noticed the replacements there actually, how long did it take for the first ones to go? If I got 6-12 mths out of a pair might not be so bad :-) Reason being the gym is quite small and speakers too loud to hear podcasts so def need the over ears.
Ah definitely more than a year and if I'd known at the time sweat did that I'd have wiped them down properly after running and all that. Don't compromise on quality just cos of that and you've always the replacement earpads to fall back on. That's good sound for the money.
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07-02-2020, 22:49   #1972
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Ah ok a year is good, i have the qc35 2s but don't see any replacement pads for them. Also saw these but not sure what they are like.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...L0BBLHLX&psc=1

Just saw these actually may do the trick to absorb the sweat :-)

https://earhugz.com/

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07-02-2020, 23:17   #1973
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Ah ok a year is good, i have the qc35 2s but don't see any replacement pads for them. Also saw these but not sure what they are like.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...L0BBLHLX&psc=1

Just saw these actually may do the trick to absorb the sweat :-)

https://earhugz.com/
I had a pair of 40e cheapies and they definitely weren't as good quality sound.
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I know there was a bit of a buzz around the Create Outlier Airs when they were released so a few of ye might have them.

I lost my charging case the other day, so for anyone that has moved on from the Outlier Airs and doesn't use them any more is anyone willing to sell their charging case to me?

Worth asking sure.
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I opened a dispute. They offered me a resolution, which I was not happy with. However the link in their email didn't work, and there was no way to contact them to tell them this.
I tried their chat but it was a bot.

I did explain all this in an earlier post.

Anyway, my advice, avoid AliExpress and these headphones (Tiso i6) at all costs.
I had the same experience as you. I got a refund in the end though.
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09-02-2020, 14:42   #1976
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Which seller/store did you use?
A 2nd Tiso store appeared on the thread early on, and that seems to be when the problems for many started. One seems decent to deal with and fast delivery, the other doesn't and isn't.
Aliexpress will refund you anyway.
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Not sure if anyone else had this issue. So today on my Tiso i4, the button cover on the left earbud slid off to one side. It was like the adhesive had softened and the button pad could be pushed about. I have reset the button pad, cleaned the adhesive residue from the sides and have left it to one side outside the case to see if it sticks.

I use the i4s every day in work for hours a day so they get plenty of wear.
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10-02-2020, 12:05   #1978
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Not sure if anyone else had this issue. So today on my Tiso i4, the button cover on the left earbud slid off to one side. It was like the adhesive had softened and the button pad could be pushed about. I have reset the button pad, cleaned the adhesive residue from the sides and have left it to one side outside the case to see if it sticks.

I use the i4s every day in work for hours a day so they get plenty of wear.
I had that happen early on but just slid it back into place. For €20 or so quality just won't be great from the Chinese on these sorts of things.
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I had that happen early on but just slid it back into place. For €20 or so quality just won't be great from the Chinese on these sorts of things.
That's my thinking too. The touch controls on the later models would hopefully have better reliability but i'll keep using these until they fall apart.
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How are folk finding the battery life on these? I'm getting nowhere near the 'up to 7 hours' from the earbuds and the case doesn't charge up the buds as many times as I'd have expected.

They sound excellent for a budget pair but I'd nearly say the battery life on the Tiso i5s is better. I might chance getting another pair and put it down to just getting a bad sample.
Tronsmart beat get about 6hrs at 50% volume.
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