Summary: I bought them on February 2013, and the headphones were working great. Unfortunately, eight months later, the left headphone stopped working! It is definitely not my fault because i didn't use them a lot and never bended the wires. I am so disappointed from Creative. There is also no choice to send it back or ask for a refund, because the return expired 30 days after the purchase!
Summary: Lovely red headphones. Great sound for the price as well, food bass. I use these for running and m work, and they are good. Have had to take a star off for a couple things; firstly, they do stick out, and they make you feel a bit shrek like. Secondly, there was some sharp 'swarf' on the edge, which made my ear sore. Soon fixed with a sharp knife (the headphones, not my ears). The button is simple; start and stop (it's for android NOT iOS). Overall, recommended.
Summary: I love these earphones for a number of reasons: They fit very nicely in my small ears (which I have difficulty using the iPhone earpieces!). They feel comfortable & soft. comes with 3 sizes soft silicone eartips for different ear fits. Cool vibrant red colour. Very good sound quality, bass is not heavy, sound is crisp. I lost mine & about to buy another one from this brand. PS.
Comfortable, average sound but with one major flaw
Mr. Dk Hamm "hornet123", Amazon
21 March 2013
Summary: These headphones look smart and are comfortable to wear. Unlike some I have used recently, it is easy to tell which is left and which is right. Indeed they are shaped differently for each ear which adds to the comfort. Sound quality is acceptable without being outstanding. They are ideal for audiobooks, which I listen to on the way to and from work as the snug fit blots out much extraneous sound.
Summary: Decent music from these, not best sound- struggles with bass, but very easy to listen too and enjoy. Pretty good comfort inner ear -although not the best fit- a bit loose, but that could be just me! - I enjoy using them and they look attractive in the red colour. They have a mic too so that is something most don't have. Stylish and easy listening experience, not best sound quality but still enjoyable and they do play clearly .
Summary: OK, the good bits first: these earphones are stylishly designed, and the way they fit into my ears makes them very effective at reducing noise. The sound quality is okay; better than cheapie ones, but the bass isn't great and they are nowhere near as good as the American Audio EB-900 Professional Ear-Buds I bought recently (for less than these, might I add- and they have the best sound quality of any earphones I have ever tried).
Summary: I've had quite few pairs of earbuds now (several for smart phones and quite a few more of the non-smartphone variety) and for all I use as a benchmark to measure them against Creative's Creative EP-630 Noise Isolating Earphones . Why? Because quite simply they sound excellent and for the money represent phenomenal value (currently around a tenner).
Summary: These in-ear phones are advertised as being eye-catching, and they are in vibrant red, but do they work? The answer is yes..up to a point. They are promoted by Creative as being bass tuned, but when I first used them with the earpieces already fitted they were lacking bass output as compared with my Sennheiser in-ears, for example.
Summary: These make a great replacement for the usual dodgy earphones bundled with most mobile phones. Mine are in a vibrant red colour with black highlights and come complete with 3 different size ear buds and a microphone with a multifunction button located on the cable for handsfree calling and turning music on and off without having to get your phone out.