It also has the worst flaw that a headset can have
Jon "jon_mer", Amazon
31 July 2014
Summary: Decent sound but very low quality materials. I used it for a month before the plastic insulation on the ear piece came off. It also has the worst flaw that a headset can have; sharp corners where the cable meets the jack.
Summary: I tried these with my Lenov ThinkPad and an MP3 player/radio, not a phone, so I can't comment on the control features. On the FM radio, reception was staticy, which isn't a problem with other earbuds I use.
Pros: They didn't do any damage.
Cons: Very little bass response, poor volume, nothing like the advertised claims, and very little, if any, sound isolation. There aren't as good as cheaper earbuds I own, even at the $9.99 sale price let alone ones of comparable price.
Summary: Read the review on the local paper that this was a better make and quality then the cheaper version. Packaging was cool. However, when I tried it, the bass was disappoint with hardly any low frequency. Noise filter was good that cut off outside sound but that's the only good thing about the headset
The headphones started at 5 stars...but didn't stay there.
The Matrix Fan "Video Gamer since 1979.", Amazon
23 January 2011
Summary: When I first started using these headphones, I thought they were superb. The noise cancelling earbuds worked beautifully, and they made my lunchtime treadmill runs very enjoyable. I had a friend test out these headphones on his HTC EVO from Sprint.
Summary: These earbuds are not bad, they're simply confusing. The way the ears are separated is odd and cumbersome. I can't tighten them around my chin or secure them other than the lame little plastic clip that never really seems to be in the right place.
Summary: It seems I'm still searching for a nice durable pair of ear-buds that my daughter (Ms. Destructor when it comes to earphones) can live with. Even with 3 different sizes of rubber pads (ear sleeves), my daughter complained that the earphones just don't fit comfortably for her.