Summary: Pros The sound is good They fit nicely in my ears and have not came out while running or doing circuits When it works the ability to pause, skip tracks forward and back and change the volume is great. Cons The price After a couple of sessions in the gym the controls are very intermittent.
Summary: I've finally found a set of sports headphones that fit in my ears. I run (a lot) and like to use headphones on the treadmill and outside. 80+ runs now and these have stayed in my ears, never felt like falling out, the sound quality is great (in my opinion) and doesn't block out the sound of cars or...
Summary: As you might expect from Bose, the sound quality is great. The down side is the 'adjustable' armband, which is far too big for a normal size UK10-12 woman. It slips down my arm when running so I've resorted to an old armband.
Summary: These headphones are expensive but it's what you expect from Bose. I used them for six months and was quite happy with them although for the price they did not blow me away. Then suddenly they stopped working. To get a replacement is a complete nightmare.
Summary: I normally love BOSE speakers / headphones and assumed they would do a decent sport product. But I was wrong - these are expensive for what they are. The sound is decent but not outstanding. But my biggest grind is the fit which is poor - they don't stay in at all well.
Summary: Being honest I have to say that the earphones are very comfy and it is really hardly to notice them in your ears. But this is stuff created for music listening and there comes the point. Sound spectrum is very flat.
Summary: Pro's Decent cable length options. Remote works with iStuff. Fits reasonably well, though takes some getting used to, to fit and feel confident. Con's SOUND QUALITY - It's as clear as mud. They don't sound better than most £20 earphones.