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Waterproof with an IPX rating, and a formidable 40 hours of power on tap, Anker’s Soundcore Life P2 Wireless Headphones look like the perfect option for summer sounds and working from home — and they’re currently available on Amazon for just £39.99.
Small and well-made, they come in a diddy little charging case, which is small enough to pocket or bag, and boast cVc 8.0 technology said to improve vocal quality and suppress pesky background noise.
Buy it: Anker Soundcore Life P2 Wireless Headphones | £39.99 from Amazon
Each earbud has two microphones which deliver noise reduction, and there’s a range of ear tips in multiple sizes supplied. It’s always worth experimenting with these to get the best fit. When they’re sitting snugly, you benefit from even greater natural sonic isolation.
Inside each bud is a graphene driver, known for crisp clarity, while a little bit of DSP wizardry, in the form of the brand’s BassUp technology, enhances lower frequencies by as much as 43 per cent.
Significantly, when it comes to audio quality, the Soundcore Life P2 also support lossless aptX Bluetooth, which offers a higher level of musical fidelity when used with a smartphone that’s also aptX-enabled.
If you’re in a rush and forget to charge your buds overnight, that’s not an issue either; the P2’s support fast charging. Simply charge for 10 minutes and get up to 1 hour of playtime.
Fully charged, the earbuds will run for to 7 hours. With the case fully-charged, you’ll have a 40 hour reserve to call upon. Keep your buds in their case and you can rest assured they’ll probably always be juiced for day-to-day listening.
What the reviews say
With over 82,000 reviews it's fair to say that the headphones have been well tested, with 65% of customers giving the headphones a full five-stars.
The majority of shoppers have praised the tech gadget for its sound quality and value for money: "incredible earbuds for the price."
While another shopper insisted they felt "more expensive" than the £40 price tag.
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