Pyle Waterproof Bluetooth Headphones

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Pyle Waterproof Bluetooth Headphones
Price: $29.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Monday, Jul 07 to Tuesday, Jul 08) + transit
Condition: New

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5/15/2014 - $29.99 - 24 comment(s)

Maybe I shouldn’t admit this, but surely I’m not the only person who saw, ahem, “pieces of anatomy” in the main picture? Is that really the best way to pose these headphones? LOL

Black and pink are price matched at Amazon (free shipping with Prime and easier return, IMO). Reviews are tepid at best…seems to not work for lots of folks for lap swim (the only reason I would purchase them). Apparently they cut out once submerged and reportedly have only a 5-10 ft range…kind of silly if you want to keep the source phone/player out of harm’s way. I pulled the trigger (more for the wife as she is trying to get back in the pool and she wants the distraction). If you are looking for good options for running/riding I think the LG HBS 700 is a way way way better option.

Groupon has these for the same price add $1.80 tax + free shipping

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Ewwwww! Reminds me of when I was in tech school. We sent some poor kid up to the MSU to get fallopian tubes. Hook, line, sinker. Best way to position these bad…girls is wherever PYLE isn’t prominent. Sexy lighting etc. Yesterday must have been a half day for the Woot crew.

I had a similar product, (Ubanana, now defunct), that was simply amazing. Loved that set of headphones {/wistful}.

The big difference here is that mine was a self contained mp3 player so connectivity was never an issue. If I were to purchase again, I would definitely find one with internal storage for music, but this is the right form-factor to look for.

Edit: Now, THIS is more like it!

I just got a pair of the Tayogo headphones (in yellow). The similarities between it and today’s Woot are striking, except today’s Woot is for bluetooth headphones.

The ability to add one’s own music rather than rely on Bluetooth is a better option for me, but there are some drawbacks to the Tayogo headphones, too.

There’s no way to create playlists (at least the songs seem to shuffle automatically), so that means you better love each song you load onto it.

Also, the buttons are awkward to manage and press while it’s on your head.

If you have small ear canals, then the only earbud covers that will work are the smallest tapered set designed for use with watersports. At least, that was the case for me. (For reference, only the extra small earbuds that come with some Sony’s and an Altec headset designed specifically for women have ever been able to fit my ears comfortably.)

Finally, I can’t speak to their lifespan as I’ve not had them long enough.

You are not the only person.