Samsung’s now selling the first-generation Gear IconX for just $49.99

Samsung has kicked off an unmissable deal on the first-generation Gear IconX, which feature 4GB of internal storage for independent music playback. As part of a clearance sale to make way for the recently-announced Gear IconX (2018), the firm has slashed $150 off the retail price of the wireless earbuds, so you can pick up a pair for just $49.99.

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We wouldn’t recommend snagging yourself a pair if you’re looking to use them for an extensive period of time, though. During our testing, we were only able to get an hour and a half of life out of them when streaming music over a Bluetooth connection and four hours when listening to songs stored on the internal memory.

If the lacklustre battery life is something you can live with, hit the Buy Now button below to head over to Samsung’s website where you can purchase a pair. It would probably be a good idea to act fast though, as we don’t know how much inventory the firm has set aside for the promotion—and once it’s gone, it’s gone.

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Not worth getting. No Bluetooth headphones are worth getting, not one of them has sound quality as good as wired phones. Having to charge headphones that won’t even last a day is just a waste of time.


Still £199 in the UK from samsung