Technika In-Ear Headphones
Product Type: Technika headphones
Description:Brand: Technika / Type: These black Technika in-ear headphones are designed to fit comfortably and give you high quality sound with rich bass tones.
Newest Review: ... so I wasn't expecting very much from them. Technika is Tesco's own range of electronic products and these earphones cost ... more
Customer Technika In-Ear Headphones Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/03/11 (Very useful, 87 readings)
As I'm sure many of you have found with some of the cheaper brands of headphones, it can be very hard to find any that actually block out the sound of everything around you. I looked for a long time to try and find something that cost me less than £10 that actually did what I needed them to do on the trips to and from various places on public transport and I think I finally found something that does what I want it to do within my price range! The packaging for this product - which is only available in Tesco, by the way - comes in a cylinder shaped transparent plastic tube which has another plastic tray inside it containing the headphones so that you can see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/12 (Very useful, 141 readings)
THE DESIGN The earphones come in a slim plastic cylinder and you have a choice of colours. I've got a silver pair but liked the pale blue ones, they would have clashed with my pink iPod though. The earphones have round ends so they are comfortable in your ears but they are long so don't feel like they are in properly sometimes. PERFORMANCE I bought these because of the cheap price so I wasn't expecting very much from them. Technika is Tesco's own range of electronic products and these earphones cost less than £5. They stop unwanted background noise interfering with the music I am listening to. They are a good fit in my ears so my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I got these from Tesco as an experiment..In the past I have found mixed results in supermarket brand items, so some in-ear headphones for under a fiver couldn't be turned down. I have had them for about 2 months and have used them wherever possible just to test them. I have a large amount of headphones ranging from these to £300 studio quality ones so I like to think I have a varied and full view on them FUNCTIONALITY .............................. They have a 1.2 m cable that is ideal for mp3 player use because of the lack of excess cable. They come with 3 sizes of ear bud so they will fit most ears, they are as comfortable as the more expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have already written a review on technika premium headphones which I bought after using these ones ( you will find out more if you read on!!! ). I bought these last year for £3 I believe, my girlfriend works for tesco so I got a 10% discount ( hehe ). I wanted a pair of headphones that I could wear out and about that I wouldn't worry about breaking or losing them. I constantly get the bus and train in Brighton, music passes the time! ---- what do they look like?? --- They are a very simple plain black design, with a black lead. They have a stylish silver part just before the headphone. To be honest they look rather good for the price, they do not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/11 (Useful, 19 readings)
As a drummer when practising I need a pair of headphones with good bass and the ability to block out most noise, as well as being comfortable, I had previously looked at a recognised brands version of these style of headphones, costing £20 they were double the price! The audio quality wasn't any different, nor were any other aspects, including the build quality of the headphones themselves. After seeing myself through two pairs of expensive headphones I sought after another cheaper pair of headphones to do the same job! Technika's In-Ear Headphones do just as well! One pair lasted me for 6 months, which I saw as pretty good, it wasnt the headphones that broke ... Read the complete review
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