Does not seem to be authentic product- poor quality.
3 January 2014
Summary: Headphones arrived in mail promptly and look authentic, but feel cheap and are lighter than actual apple earbuds. After one day, the R bud shorted out and had been chirping static in my ear through the playback since. Dot The price really was too good to be true. If quality is a concern, spend the extra money and purchase the product from a licensed apple store.
Generic Brand. Poor sound quality. Clickers did not work.
6 July 2013
Summary: Not Genuine at all. Maybe in being a Generic brand. But it's definitely not Apple. The volume control clicker did not work at all. Works but the sound quality it gives isn't like the Apple headphones.
Summary: iPhone earphones can generally be very iffy if you're not getting them directly from Apple. Usually the mic and the remote dont work but the earphones themselves still always last. At first I was pleasantly surprised to see that the mic and the remote worked fine when I got them even though they looked/felt slightly flimsy. Unfortunately it was the other way round with these earphones as the right earphone stopped working within the first week of use.
Summary: Was given to me as a gift, I was so excited and very satisfied until I dropped them-not kidding-from waist level(I'm 5'3) onto my floor. The earbuds exploded, the top fell off and everything fell out of sequence. They can't be fixed and are useless.
Summary: I've just received the earphones I bought thinking they were the original ones (I've been mislead by the description). Main differences noticed so far: (1)the earphone pieces themselves are of rougher quality (you can feel it on your ears), (2) the microphone is placed much higher (just over your chin) which might affect the way voice and peripheral sound are captured, (3) the microphone is a smaller imitation of the original one placed on the back of the volume...