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Overview
  • How are reviewers describing this item?
    great, quality, free, honest and wireless.
  • Our engine detects that in general the reviewers have a positive sentiment.
  • Our engine has detected product exchange for reviews. We believe these reviews are harmful for real consumers because of the inherent bias and our grade reflects that.
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  • Our engine has determined that the review content quality is low.
  • This product had a total of 23 reviews as of our last analysis date on Oct 1 2016.
Reviews Summary

Writing reviews is very important to me and i believe in full transparency in reviews discount or not


Now when it comes to the sound i am honestly happy with these the bass is great and they are notice concealing as welli received this product for free/discounted pri e for an exchange of an honest review well, i have finally entered the year 2010 by getting my first pair of bluetooth headphones! after a bunch of searching around, and reading lots of reviews, i decided on the techbaum wireless bluetooth sports earbuds for a number of reasons:-ear clips-no neck band-microphone and control capabilitiesall of these aspect are critical to me as i work out a lot and need the headphones to stay in my ear securely


Then, when i am done jogging and working out i also use these guys around the house when talking on the phone, as they are very handy for that too!overall i really like this product and would definitely recommend these for other people!i received this product at a discount in return for a fair and honest and review


My husband loves blue tooth earbuds and is always looking for deals on them as he loves to have back ups incase his would break

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