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Good price for those who want AirPods because I paid more for mine. Personally, after having these fall out of my ears several time with minimal agitation, I decided to return them and get the homscam version off amazon for less than $20 during one of their lightning deals. It's closed and creates a little pressure, but does not fall out. If I lose them, I can easily afford another pair; not so with AirPods. I know some of you won't like my post because you are sold on these. Just giving my personal review from experience. Btw, I use an iPhone X.
I've also had a really difficult time keeping them in my ears. I'm surprised more people don't have this problem. Perhaps my ears are defective. I'm curious how much better the pro model is with staying in your ears.

Personally, I got these as a gift can't say I like them much at all. I also have a pair Bose quietcomfort 35 and like them Way! Better. For starters they are over ear so they never fall out and they have noise cancellation. But they do cost more than these and they definitely are bulky which can be irritating if I'm traveling with them.
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Would these airpods work with android?
Absolutely... Me being a samsung fanboy, these actually work better on Samsung compared to iphone.. Because you can customize sound however you want..The equalizer, age related customization ( yes) bla bla.. Will post link but its so weird that aiprods work lot better on galaxy s10 compared to iphone..
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Did you provide them with the Target link for the wireless charging one? The agents I spoke to all asked for a link to the product on Target. I tried giving the wireless charging one but they told me that the UPC for that is not eligible for price match on their system.
Why to price match with target while it's available in amazon with a free shipping?
Any other benefits?
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Why to price match with target while it's available in amazon with a free shipping?
Any other benefits?
5% Red Card Discount and immediate Pick Up in store?
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5% Red Card Discount and immediate Pick Up in store?
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Ok, complete non fanboi here. While I have an iPhone, I'm not into the "status" or look that everyone seems to desire with these. Do they really sound good? Are they comfortable? Do people use them working out? How long does the battery last? I have some nice IEMs (wired) and some cheap Bluetooth headphones for working out, so curious why these are so popular given the cost.
1. They sound OK, about what you'd expect for a $99-150 pair of wireless buds. I also have a pair of MUCH more expensive wired Shure 535s. No comparison. But I don't use the Shures anymore. the wire has become non-negotiable to me.

2. Comfort is going to vary from one person's ear to anothers. They are very comfortable to me - invisible actually. Your ears may differ.

3. I use them for my daily 5K runs.

4. I've never gotten to the point where the batteries have died on me. I think Apple says 2 hours of talk time or 5 hours of music.

5. Honestly, I don't think $130 buds are expensive, average really. I briefly had a pair of Jaybird Freedom 5s - bluetooth w/ a connecting wire. Musicially they sounded great. Horrible for phone calls. And charging them was super annoying. Also didn't love the connecting wire in the back. I bought the (original) AirPods out of curiosity and fell in love with them. Great for phone calls and so much more convenient to charge and store.

I don't think they are the be-all,end-all of wireless buds. Plenty of good ones around, but I stick with the AirPods because they are comfortable and do the job with minimal fuss. I tried the new AirPod Pros and unfortunately the rubber tips hurt my ears after awhile. An example, that none of the buds are really one-size-fits-all.
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1) Copy link from Amazon
2) Copy link from Target (Wireless Charging Case option)
3) Place order with Target Red Card(for extra 5% off) if you have it or use any other card
4) They'll adjust the price
Now you have new apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case for the price of Wired Charging Case.Peace
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1. They sound OK, about what you'd expect for a $99-150 pair of wireless buds. I also have a pair of MUCH more expensive wired Shure 535s. No comparison. But I don't use the Shures anymore. the wire has become non-negotiable to me.

2. Comfort is going to vary from one person's ear to anothers. They are very comfortable to me - invisible actually. Your ears may differ.

3. I use them for my daily 5K runs.

4. I've never gotten to the point where the batteries have died on me. I think Apple says 2 hours of talk time or 5 hours of music.

5. Honestly, I don't think $130 buds are expensive, average really. I briefly had a pair of Jaybird Freedom 5s - bluetooth w/ a connecting wire. Musicially they sounded great. Horrible for phone calls. And charging them was super annoying. Also didn't love the connecting wire in the back. I bought the (original) AirPods out of curiosity and fell in love with them. Great for phone calls and so much more convenient to charge and store.

I don't think they are the be-all,end-all of wireless buds. Plenty of good ones around, but I stick with the AirPods because they are comfortable and do the job with minimal fuss. I tried the new AirPod Pros and unfortunately the rubber tips hurt my ears after awhile. An example, that none of the buds are really one-size-fits-all.
I had AirPods gen 1, got the pros, returned them and bought Arpods gen 2 at Best Buy because the Pros hurt my ears as well. The rubber tips (even the smallest) were mega ouchy. Regular AirPods fit like they're invisible.
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1) Copy link from Amazon
2) Copy link from Target (Wireless Charging Case option)
3) Place order with Target Red Card(for extra 5% off) if you have it or use any other card
4) They'll adjust the price
Now you have new apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case for the price of Wired Charging Case.https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ies2/peace.gif
Thank you, it worked for me too. Got the wireless one!!
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Thank you, it worked for me too. Got the wireless one!!
Tried three techs no go.
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They fit ok for me but I'm moving away from my iPods because the batteries are dying. To me it makes no sense to spend that much on a product that's only going to last two more three years. I'm now using a $30 pair of wireless earbuds and they're fantastic. The sound is much more robust than what I ever got out of the AirPods and the Bluetooth connection is rock solid. Let's face it, when the AirPods first came out Apple had a leg up on the rest of the field, but things have evened out.
I love my AirPods but I agree with you. For what they are, they shouldn't be over $75. Mine are starting to lose battery life fast. What $30 replacements did you go with that are comparable to the AirPods? I might have to go that route.
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Tried three techs no go.
Same thing, no luck for me
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Has anyone tried the Jlab Jbuds air? Wife got them for me as an alternative, they feel a bit big and kinda have to put them more IN your ear I feel like, and deception on a couple calls where it's been noisy has been hard to hear.. but I've never tried the AirPods.. is it really worth 2x the cost? I've watched comparison videos but would rather see if anyone has an opinion on it here
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got my pricematch to wireless charger version great price for $129 im returning the regular ones I got in microcenter for $140
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How did they match with wireless , because for me Target said the price for wireless at amazon is $169.
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