Dell Dell.ca: Samsung Gear IconX Cord-Free Earbuds $99.99 (regularly $299.99) Get Samsung Gear IconX Earbuds for $100!

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Never deal with tangled headphone wires again with this deal from Dell.ca, because you can get a set of Samsung Gear IconX Cord-Free Earbuds for $99.99 (regularly $299.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $200.00!

Only the grey colour is currently in stock and this deal marks a new historical low price for these headphones, beating the $134.99 price from last month. For comparison, the black colour is currently $299.99 at Amazon.ca. Product features include:

  • Truly wireless ergonomic design to fit comfortably and securely without the tangle of any wires
  • Bluetooth 4.2 connects to your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or music player
  • Enhanced audio quality lets you listen to music and make calls on-the-go with clear sound
  • 4GB of built-in storage for approximately 1000 songs so you can listen without a phone
  • Built-in running coach provides personalized updates and keeps you motivated
  • Auto Tracking (running/walking) mode syncs running and walking data directly with the Samsung Health app
  • Up to four hours of talk time, five hours of streaming music and six hours as a standalone music player

This offer is available for a limited time. Dell.ca offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum. Note that these are not the new Galaxy Buds announced last month.

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    • The general opinion is that there's really nothing different between this year's model and the 2018s, only the wireless charging I think. Bought it at $190 last year and don't regret it. The in ear detection is too sensitive sometimes tho
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    • fatcowxlive wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:38 am
      The general opinion is that there's really nothing different between this year's model and the 2018s, only the wireless charging I think. Bought it at $190 last year and don't regret it. The in ear detection is too sensitive sometimes tho
      Supposedly better sound, BT 5.0, and seamless connection are really the 'upgrades'. They actually cut down on the storage too so it depends on what you prefer. At $100 + tax though these were a must buy at least for me.
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    • Ener123 wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:42 am
      Supposedly better sound, BT 5.0, and seamless connection are really the 'upgrades'. They actually cut down on the storage too so it depends on what you prefer. At $100 + tax though these were a must buy at least for me.
      What does this mean? My buds connect when I put them in my ear and they disconnect when I shut them back in their case. Does it do something else?
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    • ah damn $85 at the Source with PSP but no stock :(
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    • fatcowxlive wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:45 am
      What does this mean? My buds connect when I put them in my ear and they disconnect when I shut them back in their case. Does it do something else?
      When you're first pairing them, all you need to do is open them up and there'll be a pop-up on your Android device to connect them. From there on I believe it's the same as you mention, they'll connect when you put them in, disconnect when you put them back in the case. Not a huge deal but it's a quick 'setup' process.
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    • fatcowxlive wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:45 am
      What does this mean? My buds connect when I put them in my ear and they disconnect when I shut them back in their case. Does it do something else?
      The new feature is the quick pairing. When you open the case your phone detects them and asks if you want to pair.

      I purchased mine a few months ago through a Samsung pay promo for $129 no regrets at all!
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    • How well do these work with iOS?
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    • Ener123 wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:42 am
      Supposedly better sound, BT 5.0, and seamless connection are really the 'upgrades'. They actually cut down on the storage too so it depends on what you prefer. At $100 + tax though these were a must buy at least for me.
      are you sure its bluetooth 5.0? I dont see that anywhere
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    • Must resist... too many headphones....
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    • aylmer1981 wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:50 am
      are you sure its bluetooth 5.0? I dont see that anywhere
      Other person was talking about the 2019 Galaxy Buds, those have BT 5.0. The Gear IconX are BT 4.2
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    • i think you can wait until the inevitable $50 price drop with the galaxy buds arriving
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    • fatcowxlive wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:45 am
      What does this mean? My buds connect when I put them in my ear and they disconnect when I shut them back in their case. Does it do something else?
      I have the same issues with mine. Can't say that I'm overall super impressed with these. For $90, maybe worth it, for $190 they're absolutely not worth the hastle.

      But I have the same issue where mine frequently can't reliably tell that they're in my ears. I contantly get the little sound indicating that they've been added or removed from my ear when they've been in the whole time. It's super duper frustrating. I also just had my right ear bud fail? It just won't play sound past like 10% volume.

      Overall not impressed by these at all. My $12 panasoic earbuds that I got from Canada Computers sound just as good (if not better), have an inline mic and play / pause controls, and don't need to detect whether or not they're in my ear to function properly. I like the concept of wireless earbuds and the lack of cord, but I still think we're ~5 years away from decent ones.
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    • Ener123 wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:46 am

      When you're first pairing them, all you need to do is open them up and there'll be a pop-up on your Android device to connect them. From there on I believe it's the same as you mention, they'll connect when you put them in, disconnect when you put them back in the case. Not a huge deal but it's a quick 'setup' process.
      groo wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:50 am
      The new feature is the quick pairing. When you open the case your phone detects them and asks if you want to pair.

      I purchased mine a few months ago through a Samsung pay promo for $129 no regrets at all!
      Damn that sounds super cool. Not a deal breaker by any means but they're getting towards that "Airpods" level of convenience.
      Penguin Warlord wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:57 am
      I have the same issues with mine. Can't say that I'm overall super impressed with these. For $90, maybe worth it, for $190 they're absolutely not worth the hastle.

      But I have the same issue where mine frequently can't reliably tell that they're in my ears. I contantly get the little sound indicating that they've been added or removed from my ear when they've been in the whole time. It's super duper frustrating. I also just had my right ear bud fail? It just won't play sound past like 10% volume.

      Overall not impressed by these at all. My $12 panasoic earbuds that I got from Canada Computers sound just as good (if not better), have an inline mic and play / pause controls, and don't need to detect whether or not they're in my ear to function properly. I like the concept of wireless earbuds and the lack of cord, but I still think we're ~5 years away from decent ones.
      ok so I'm not crazy lol. I have that in ear detection problem too. One way to solve it is to use the biggest ear wing but that causes pain after a while. Also regarding your volume issue, I had the same problem, but they come with a cleaning kit to replace the mesh, once I replaced it in my right earbud it started working like normal again.
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    • Damn...i'm out of the loop. I thought this was a watch until I followed the link through.
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    • Penguin Warlord wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 10:57 am
      I have the same issues with mine. Can't say that I'm overall super impressed with these. For $90, maybe worth it, for $190 they're absolutely not worth the hastle.

      But I have the same issue where mine frequently can't reliably tell that they're in my ears. I contantly get the little sound indicating that they've been added or removed from my ear when they've been in the whole time. It's super duper frustrating. I also just had my right ear bud fail? It just won't play sound past like 10% volume.
      Same issue here. Right earbud is very low compared to the left one. Need to bring it in for repair.

      Otherwise i think theyre relly good. Can barely tell they're in your ear and stay put.
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    • 2% ebates as well,

      So tempting.. must resist...
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    • I have those and they are amazing. I remember back in the days where mp3 players were the ish, I was thinking that if one day they make the earphones with built-in memory to put mp3 songs on the go.
      They're perfect for when working out. Leave your phone in the bag and you're good to go!
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    • pocq wrote:
      Mar 8th, 2019 11:39 am
      2% ebates as well,

      So tempting.. must resist...
      Ah shit I forgot ebates when I was placing my order. Oh well, only 2%
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    • Bought a pair, thanks op.

      I wanted to get the newer ones but for the price how could you argue?
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    • I have the Samsung Gear IconX version before 2018, the sound is ok for me, the struggle is, when I have quite some mp3 files to load to the internal memory, I could not find the method to organize them into folders, and the order how they are played, is there improvement on the 2018 or newer version?
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