Headphones recommendations

Siikibam

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Anyone have recommendations for a (not to expensive) pair of headphones please? I want to do some work but it’s not really appropriate for young ears. I realised I don’t have any headphones/earphones with a normal jack, and my laptop doesn’t have Bluetooth. I could do it on the iPad but I’m using it to make notes!
 

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:agr: My daughter has the same ones. They’ve lasted her for a couple of years so far
 

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I used to always buy the £20 Sony ones from Tesco. Not perfect, but really not bad, and not hugely expensive. It would've helped if I didn't keep dropping them into the toilet bowl, obviously.
I shouldn’t laugh because I’ve dropped my phone down the toilet...twice!...two different ones...:coat: I’ll have a look and see. Maybe pop in when the husband is back. Or go early tomorrow morning. Thank you.
 

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I used to always buy the £20 Sony ones from Tesco. Not perfect, but really not bad, and not hugely expensive. It would've helped if I didn't keep dropping them into the toilet bowl, obviously.
I am dying to ask how, but also not sure I want to know....
 

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I am dying to ask how, but also not sure I want to know....
I'd take them out of my ears to go to the toilet, and when I'd stand up to flush they'd inevitably fall off from around my neck and drop inside mid flush.

You'd think I'd've learnt after the first time, but you would be wrong. :))
 
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