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    Dear all, I am doing market research for headphones, how many of you loose your headphones or break them and require a spare set ready to go when you break your good set, I was wondering if £1.30 was a good price including delivery. I am a student looking into my own business.

    I look forward to all responses, please leave your opinion.

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    yeah obviously that price in good including delivery but would you be making a profit at only £1.30
    also if i saw that it was £1.30 i would be really wary of it, like its 'too good to be true' so might even be put off getting it due to it being so cheap

    hope this helps!
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    Thankyou I will be making a profit of 83p per headphones, thankyou so much
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    No1 wants poundland headphones.
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    (Original post by WilliamBlakemore)
    Dear all, I am doing market research for headphones, how many of you loose your headphones or break them and require a spare set ready to go when you break your good set, I was wondering if £1.30 was a good price including delivery. I am a student looking into my own business.

    I look forward to all responses, please leave your opinion.

    Many Thanks
    William
    £1.30 for a pair of earplugs? Sounds awfully cheap.
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    Headphones or earphones?
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    I would buy like 3 pairs at £1.30, it's almost like wholesale
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    People generally don't have an emergency set of earphones. When they break, they go out and buy a new pair.

    Also, with earphones, cheap=crap.

    For that reason, I'm out
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    They are good aesthetically, I have ordered them and I will be looking into the quality of hearing when I recieve them, Danny, I am looking forward to selling them and if I recieve them and they are good quality I will let you all know, if you would like because I know that students such as my self loose or break them. I know that I do.

    Cheers
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    (Original post by Rooster523)
    People generally don't have an emergency set of earphones. When they break, they go out and buy a new pair.

    Also, with earphones, cheap=crap.

    For that reason, I'm out

    Thankyou Rooster, I like the Dragons Den theme you brought to this post
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    yeah they are earphones, sorry I didnt make that clear.
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    I think if you are selling headphones the price should be put up and the price of £1.30 just puts me off because it isn't a rounded price.


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    For that price they are going to sound truly terrible. Not a chance.
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    yeah Thankyou all, I will let you all know how they sound when I recieve them because, as you all know 65% of all products in the UK come from China. So I will see.

    Thankyou all for the feedback
 
 
 
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