Bullet Wireless availability: OnePlus confirms they’re are back in stock
Update (September 13): OnePlus Bullets Wireless are again back in stock in Europe. See here.
Update (September 10): Here’s the latest update from OnePlus on Bullet Wireless:
hopefully the Wireless Bullets will be back to stock around the world in 2 weeks
Update (September 5): Here’s what a OnePlus employee posted on the company’s official forum:
The Bullets Wireless are available for Europe and Nordics at 10:00 AM PDT, and at 7:00 AM EDT for US on Sept 4
Original story follows:
Inline with the September time frame OnePlus shared last month, the Bullet Wireless earphones are now back in stock after a long period of unavailability.
The official confirmation regarding this came from the OnePlus’ Netherlands subsidiary on Twitter.
— OnePlus Nederland (@OnePlus_NL) September 4, 2018
Here’s what the tweet says:
The bullets Wireless are back in stock for a limited period! Get them fast before they are gone onepl.us/NLBW0904
While the tweet clearly says the availability is for a limited time only, we can confirm that as of writing the earphones are available in the Netherlands.
We also checked other country specific stores like Ireland, France, and the UK, and found that Bullet Wireless are currently in stock.
However, in other key markets, including the US, Canada and India, the accessory is still out of stock.
It’s worth mentioning that the US OnePlus store says a limit drop was scheduled for September 4 (looks like the the earphones quickly went out of stock there again).
The Bullet Wireless availability has been somewhat messy. So much so that even some OnePlus employees said back in July that they aren’t satisfied with the stock situation, adding that it could have been handled in a better way.
Anyway, it’s good the stock is being replenished slowly and we really hope that fans in the US and Canada will also be able to purchase the much hyped earphones sooner than later.
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