Excerpt: No problems falling out while running. Great sound. I have been wearing the cord on the front and I have the ear piece switched so the controls are on my right ear. Your body blocks the Bluetooth signal so I have my phone in a water bottle case or armband. I bought these two weeks ago so as far as durability goes, we will see.
Excerpt: I bought these specifically for running. They fit perfectly (small tips) and are very snug with no issues of them moving or falling out. They are very comfortable and sound great.
I took them on my first run today and initially I had connection issues with wearing my iPod on a belt clip attached to my left hip. There was a lot of skipping and there was a significant loss of connection with turning my head to the right.
Excerpt: I needed to go wireless and these seemed like a good option. So went out and got them. Unboxing was pretty simple, the documents included where really disappointing.
Simple thing like should I charge before first use or how long to charge for are not included, or if so not easy to find.
After taking everything out I thought I missed something. Where is the holding case??? Looks like for the attractive price you don't a case to hold the charging cable and earphones.
Summary: I looked long and hard for a set of headphones to replace my broken Motorola S9-HDs. I finally found them with these JBL Reflect's. The sound quality won't blow you away but it won't leave you disappointed either. I'm not an audiophile but I know what good sound is. I like the design of these, though I find the strap adjustment is mostly useless. I have to expand it all the way or when I turn my head the cord sticks to my neck and pulls a plug out of one ear.
Pros: Sound, Bluetooth, Price
Cons: Fit could be more secure, Inline controls don't change track