Looking through the reduced items section in Tesco a few weeks ago, I spotted a Bluetooth headset that was previously £25, reduced to £20. I passed these by because of a few factors – The brand (who the hell is iCandy?), the price (cheap) and the fact it was a sorry looking box on the shelf. After looking through some reviews, they said that the sound was not that bad at all. I hate buying anything without first trying the thing out so it was with luck that these things had some power left in.
I was in the market for some headphones – my requirements were simply that they were of the large cup (but not too big), had a volume control, a long lead plus sounded good for music. The reason for this was my Logitech Premium headset was great for Skype but when listening to music on the computer – the sound would bleed through. Most headphones I saw did not come with a volume control, I could have just bought another headset complete with microphone but did not need this plus they would probably be bad quality anyhow.