Groupon: MEElectronics M6-CL Sport Sound-Isolating In-Ear Headphones For Just $15 With Free Shipping!


Groupon: MEElectronics M6-CL Sport Sound-Isolating In-Ear Headphones For Just $15 With Free Shipping!

4 star average reviews on Amazon.

-Free shipping
-Choose from clear or black.
-Limit 1/person, may buy 1 additional as a gift.
-Limit 1 Groupon/order.
-Must provide shipping address, name, and email address at checkout, which Groupon will provide to MEElectronics for redemption.

-Acoustically advanced MEElectronics M6 series earphones deliver clear, accurate sound from any portable music or DVD player
-Over-the-ear design leaves the wires behind your body, best for your sports activities
-Lightweight, in-ear design blocks out ambient noise better than many bulky battery-powered noise-canceling earphones
-Enjoy full dynamic range of your favorite music and movies without cranking up the volume to unnatural, or even unsafe listening levels

-The M6 comes with a 1 year warranty and MEElectronics stands behind their products! If you are not satisfied with your earphone, contact MEElectronics to help resolve your issues. (Pay on your AMEX to double the warranty!)

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Hey dan I know this is not related to this post but still trying to figure this out how can I get a free check on my credit score? Is there a website that won’t charge me? And that is safe? Please reply .thanks. I would really appreaciate if someone answerd my post thanks again


bought them. thanks dan!


@levi: Credit karma


Not such a great sale. they cost 18.98 shipped from


So you can pay $18.98 and let everyone else pay 21% less than that.




@ari dan said once:Agencies like Citi, Credit Karma, TrueCredit and Vantagescore do not sell real FICO scores. They only have FAKOs and are often measured in different ranges (like 501-990, or 150-900 instead of 300-850) than your real FICO score.


Amazon has the version with microphone and iPhone controls for $16.99. While the Groupon is a good deal, I’d pay the $2 additional for the additional feature.


Reviews for that (M6P) aren’t as good as the reviews for this one (M6)



They are identical specifications. Only difference is the inclusion of microphone for phone. I am assuming the slight difference in reviews has to do with the quantity of reviews skewing the average star rating.


Sample review of the M6P:

– The MEE M6 models produce impressive sound quality across the board, especially considering the price range.
– The silicone tips included provide decent fit and isolation (though I still prefer decored Shure olives).
– Memory wires take some break-in, but once they are shaped to your ears they become an asset.
– Nice durable cables, well constructed.

– The sound is balanced overall, which means people who prefer overwhelming heavy bass probably won’t be as satisfied.
– The inline mic/remote ruins this particular MEE M6P model; the sound would cut out on the right side when the wire moves. Read some of the other negative reviews, and you’ll see that this is not an isolated instance but a rather common quality control issue. Do yourself a favor and buy the same MEE M6 model but without this inline mic/remote.”


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Hey Dan,

Most of us are looking for a noise-reducing/noise cancellation earphones for a good deal. Something we can wear on flights, with or without music. Anything that will drown out the roar of the engine and the crying babies…

The problem is that the specials we’ve seen so far have really bad reviews.

Can you keep an eye out for us?


Before you spend 300 on bose headphones, if you just want the noise cancelling aspect look into these:


There’s a reason why the ultra-comfortable and effective Bose headphones can command $300 and those Sonys are just $28.

Those 2 headphones simply are not in the same realm of comparison.


are these earphones compatible with smartphones?