Summary: Ok I use a nice pair of Sennheiser for most of my needs (much more comfortable).. But these sound way better. I have been snowboarding and jogging and everything with these, and the sound is just So good.. I expected it to deteriorate a bit like how my main set have but no..
Summary: Once you've done the "quarter mod" to these, which to any UK resident simply involves putting a 10 pence piece in the middle of the foam earpads (remove them first of course) and cutting around them to reveal a hole in each pad, these become fantastic sounding headphones.
Summary: The best: Fantastic sound. And they always fit - when I bike (with a helmet), when I work out, when on airplanes. My first pair faulted (after several years with heavy use) in the connection between the thin wire and the headset itself.
Summary: I have had my Grado Igrado's for a year now and can say that the sound quality at this price is second to none and significantly better than most. They have stood up to general wear and tear without any problems and although it is not important, yes the sticker is still in place.
Summary: I've tried many open back and neckband headphones including Sennheiser, but these are head and shoulders above the rest for under £50. The treble is just right, bringing instruments to life, and the bass rich but not overly-powerful thus painful as can often be the case.
Summary: These portable headphones are a bargin for around £50 they have the same drivers as the RS60's headphones.plug the iGrado's into your iPod or phone and they just sing if you use them for a jog they stay firmly in position there's not much difference to the RS 80's in sound quality in my option...
Summary: When i first got these i thought yeah not bad, pretty decent, then i read that you should leave them playing at quite high volume for a few hours. So i left them playing on shuffle while i was at work, now they have gone from pretty good to so good i hardly use any of my other in ear headphones.