AutoHome Rewards: 5 Pairs of Mpow Bluetooth Headphones to Give Away

M3 Mpow Bluetooth Headphones

We’ve tried the new Mpow Bluetooth Headphones and they’re hands down some of the best value wireless cans we’ve tried.

The Mpow over ear headphones sound great and come with a cable for flights (or for those devices that still have a headphone jack).

The built-in 420mAh battery provides up to 13 hours of continuous music time or 15 hours of talking time with a single charge.

To Enter
For the chance to win one of 5 pairs we have to give away simply complete the steps below…
1. Like the Mpow Facebook page
3. Leave a comment here below on what’s the acceptable price range for you when choose a headphone, and why you would like to win a pair.

Please note that this is not a global giveaway, it’s only for the UK, US and CA (Canada) audiences, because we afraid we are not able to ship to other countries. Competition closes midnight BST 10th September 2017. Check out full T&C here and Good Luck!

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21 Comments on "AutoHome Rewards: 5 Pairs of Mpow Bluetooth Headphones to Give Away"

  1. Simon McCartney | August 29, 2017 at 8:39 am |

    £60-100 is the sweet spot for over-ear headphones, anything over that & I get too precious about carrying them everywhere, breaking them or loosing them.

  2. Derek Holtham | August 29, 2017 at 8:43 am |

    These look remarkably good value. I would like to win a pair because they look very comfortable, the cable option is useful on long flights, and the colour scheme is brilliant for Manchester United supporters like me! I’d probably pay up to £50 for these normally.

  3. Looks like these headphones fold? I can’t stand in-ear stuff and these look like they’d have decent bass. Around £40 is ideal for me (and colour is great as a Ferrari supporter 🙂 ) – thanks for the chance.

  4. Paul Ockenden | August 29, 2017 at 9:33 am |

    Acceptable price range for headphones is basically anything up to about £100. My ears are knackered from years of loud gigs, so I can’t justify spending more than that. These look like they would be perfect for my commute.

  5. £60-£80 but if my wife asks….

    These look excellent. Very tempting.

  6. With the standard of in-ear headphones that are boxed with the higher end smartphones these days, it’s tough to make the case for spending more than £23-£30 for wired in-ear headphones.

    Looking at Wireless / over ear style, i’d be tempted to spend a little more for the extra functionality, say £30-£50.

    These look like they’d be perfect to help drown out office noise, whilst being ready to take incoming calls.

  7. Mckenzie Gibson | August 29, 2017 at 12:20 pm |

    these headphones look really cool and they are foldable. It is difficult to estimate a buy price range without hearing the sound quality and assessing the build quality. However £20 to £60 seems right to me.

  8. They have to be under $100 USD if they are over-ear. Even Sony’s top tier are hitting that price points when on sale.

  9. I’d pay up to about £30/40.
    I’ve always had in ear phones, but have wanted to try over the ear for some time – winning these could be my opportunity!

  10. Helen Gagliasso | August 29, 2017 at 6:47 pm |

    I’d pay around the £40 – £50 mark. Over ear headphones every time and wireless is a big bonus – in ear just drop out. I would even ‘tolerate’ the Ferrari colour just for the cause (and to keep the peace in this house.)

  11. Ryan Jarrett | August 29, 2017 at 9:47 pm |

    I’ve paid from £10 up to around £80 for headphones/earphones in the past, but high price and good quality don’t always go hand in hand. These days, I tend to look at around £30-£40 for headphones/earphones (although I often go for the latter). I’d like to try Mpow’s headphones though – not a brand I’m familiar with, but they look stylish, have a good battery life and I trust AH’s opinions!

  12. £100 or so would be around the best price for headphones. Winning a set would resolve family harmony. I have the iPhone 7 and my daughter borrowed the dedicated headphones and well, subsequently lost them. She denies responsibility and blames her brother but winning a set of headphones would save me having to take her through the courts* for recovery 🙂


  13. Dawson Cleland | August 29, 2017 at 10:46 pm |

    £20-£50. Winning a good quality pair of headphones would relieve so much stress. After my beats solo’s broke last year I don’t think I’ve had a reliable pair since. All the apple earphones seem to either be too poor quality or only play music through one ear!

  14. Bradley Salmon | August 31, 2017 at 12:13 am |

    Around £50 is acceptable for good quality headphones. Something beyond the stereotypical beats is definitely needed in todays market but without a massive price tag. Looks as if these could fit the bill nicely.

  15. eamon o'gorman | August 31, 2017 at 7:39 am |

    An acceptable price for a set of headphones is about ten pounds in my opinion :-)I think I should win these headphones to prove me wrong 🙂

  16. £27.99 is exactly the right price point for wireless headphones. I’ve paid £50 before and felt the price was too much.

  17. Anywhere between 50-100 would be a price I would be prepared to pay for a good set of headphones, anything below that proves to be great headphones is a steal. I want them because I have no wireless set 🙂

  18. Darren Henderson | September 3, 2017 at 5:27 pm |

    For me up to £60-£70 if the set was really good, these are an excellent price range and hopefully good quality

  19. Chris Bailey | September 6, 2017 at 5:48 pm |

    I’d say £60-£110 is a reasonable price to pay for a decent set of wireless cans. I’d love to win a pair for my upcoming long haul flight for my holidays.

  20. Martin Nottage | September 6, 2017 at 7:21 pm |

    For me its horses for courses. I like high end noise cancelling headphones for long haul flights – I may pay unto £350 for them, but I wouldn’t use them in the street or the beach. I’m really happy if I get get a good sound and look for £25. I can’t imagine paying less than this as I assume my requirements couldn’t be met at this price.

    I’d love a pair of these. They look good, and the cable option is really neat too.

  21. Campbell Macdonald | September 10, 2017 at 9:42 pm |

    A price point in the £30 to £40 range for over the ear phone is good especially for a quality, good looking product. The added functionality of cabled or not is useful, especially on airlines

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