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Samsung Gear IconX Wireless Earbuds

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Discovered on 2017-01-20

Cut the cord and get moving with the Samsung Gear IconX Wireless Earbuds. These earbuds are designed to complement your active lifestyles. They are totally free of wires, so you can run without getting tangled. Equipped with a wingtip and an ear tip along with three sizes, the Gear IconX Earbuds fit comfortably and securely in your ear to stay put whether you’re running, jumping, or dancing. Beyond music, these innovative earbuds also track your speed, distance, duration of activity, heart rate, and calories to sync with your smartphone later. The Gear IconX Earbuds also provide in-ear voice guidance to keep you in your zone to maximize your workout. These earbuds can hold up to 1000 songs and gives you the option to turn on ambient noise to stay alerted while you’re out.

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These are just like several other products just making it to the market – most notably: The DASH. A horrid $400 purchase with earbud noise/feedback and sub-standard sound. I only hope your product is better than the first attempts out there trying to make money now. After reviewing a few of these, I WOULD purchase said item IF the issues of low noise and on-going “feedback” were resolved… and if they were offered at around $100 bucks. $400 is way too steep a price to pay for something that does NOT perform well.