Summary: They're cheap, they're not too bad, they do the job, but for an extra 10 or 15 bucks you can get something 500% better.
Pros: They're cheap. They're somewhat comfortable. They do cancel out about 50% of ambient noises. Comes with interchangeable ear-plug attachments
Cons: After about an hour, they get uncomfortable. The sound quality is about a 6/10. It's somewhat distorted, and the bass is crummy. I also dislike the big unnecessary clunky volume control thing on it. It's heavy and behaves much like fishing line does when you attach those little lead-weights to th...
Summary: I did notice better battery life when using these compared to the other ones I had with better sounding base, but that is probably because they use a miniscule amount less energy to drive them with again not the same sound quality.
Pros: Not the worse I have tried. They aren't as power hungry as some, but that might be the problem.
Cons: The sound quality could be a LOT better! I have tried a few that were a lot smaller for a bit more money but the sound comparison is not worth the savings. I thought that since these had a tiny bit more room for a bigger diaphragm they would have better base but that was not the case. They sound ...
Summary: I bought these for £5 and I think for that price they're a great buy. I love the ability to turn the sound up or down without having to touch my phone, which I can leave in my pocket. Would have to say, the sound quality isn't as good as my skullcandy earphones.
Summary: These were good when I first got them, but about 3-4 months the right ear is not as loud as the left and the volume control seems to have failed slightly. Not pleased, these are gonna have to go in the bin!