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AirPods not the newest. The new ones are the Pro with noise cancellation.
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@BesottedwithEskies   Not surprised.  The Q is not known for offering the latest when it comes to technology.

 

I would never chance wearing something like that into my ears for potential health reasons anyway.

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ShopHQ has the earbuds today too- $67 - I don’t wear those things but they do the same thing and both come with accessories.   But I would imagine most people will pay way more to get Apple.

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@haddon9 wrote:

@BesottedwithEskies   Not surprised.  The Q is not known for offering the latest when it comes to technology.

 

I would never chance wearing something like that into my ears for potential health reasons anyway.


I have had these Airpods, for almost a year. They are fantastic. I Love mine. Great for conversations, but, also great for listening to music! 

How much difference would the noise cancellation make; worth the price difference? I don't know. If it's a big issue, read reviews, do a little research. 

I can highly recommend, this version, though.  

One word of caution: be Careful, not to lose them! It can be easy to set them down.  They cannot be insured against theft or loss. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Already did my research. Bought the ones from Apple. Quite an upgrade in tech. 

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@SuhseK wrote:

@haddon9 wrote:

@BesottedwithEskies   Not surprised.  The Q is not known for offering the latest when it comes to technology.

 

I would never chance wearing something like that into my ears for potential health reasons anyway.


I have had these Airpods, for almost a year. They are fantastic. I Love mine. Great for conversations, but, also great for listening to music! 

How much difference would the noise cancellation make; worth the price difference? I don't know. If it's a big issue, read reviews, do a little research. 

I can highly recommend, this version, though.  

One word of caution: be Careful, not to lose them! It can be easy to set them down.  They cannot be insured against theft or loss. 

 

 

 

 

 

 


you can buy tethers for them

 

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I saw these yesterday at Costco for $139. Granted they didn't have all the unnecessary fluff thrown in but you don't need that stuff anyways.

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@Meowingkittylol  --  if I bought only what I need, what a change that would make in my life!

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@Meowingkitty wrote:

I saw these yesterday at Costco for $139. Granted they didn't have all the unnecessary fluff thrown in but you don't need that stuff anyways.


100% you don't need of that, and it's not worth paying the extra $50 for the privilege, it's almost skeevy when Q does this 

 

I think I want a pair but have a pair of $20 ones that do OK, and if I loose them it's not a biggie 

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@BesottedwithEskies ... QVC is known  for selling outdated electronics at ridiculous prices.