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Google Pixel USB-C In-Ear Headphones - White


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  • Amazing earbuds for the price
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    from Miami on July 3, 2019

    Audio is quite clear along with decent bass. The loops for me wasn't an issue. Another nice addition is the Google Assistant integration.


  • They last for a month and a half
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    from London, Ontario on June 15, 2019

    These lasted for a month and a half and then they developed a mind of their own and started pausing and skipping songs on their own, turning the volume down by themselves etc. And even though google states they offer a one year warranty on them google is not willing to replace them.


  • Quality sound for the price
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    from Peterborough on May 28, 2019

    Bought these along with with pixel 3 and they're quality for the price. Sound is crisp and clear and good base for not being an earbud. Noise cancellation when turned into max volume is pretty good. The wire on the top to hold them in is a nice feature but gets sore after awhile but can be adjusted so it isn't pressing up against the cartridge so much. Much better than the headphones that come with the apple phones for about the same price. Have had them about a week and would recommend for low priced headphones.


  • Painful
    by

    from SW Calgary on April 22, 2019

    These headphones are painful... The wire on the top of the ear buds are killer, I've tried adjusting but they really push up against the inner cartilage of the ear.


  • Great... Until they're not
    by

    from Nova Scotia on April 2, 2019

    The earbuds have a great design and look fine. The buttons are also satisfactory, but only 4ish months in and the buttons don't work and neither does the left ear. They haven't been damaged at all, just stopped working.


  • Not bad, but your mileage may vary.
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    from Vancouver, BC on March 19, 2019

    The sound quality is pretty decent, and the integration with Google Assistant on android devices with Android 8.1+ is pretty cool. The only thing I can really knock these for is the weird implementation of their "wingtips." The loops on top of the buds are supposed to fit into part of your ear so that the buds can sit on top of the ear canal without fear or them slipping out. While these work for the most part, you're going to have to put in some time to adjust them so that they don't end up feeling uncomfortable over time. How the ear buds fit will determine how they sound to you.