Summary: Other than that, good in-ear phones for the price.
Pros: Sound quality is on point for the money (~$20). Plays music just fine and isolates sound well.
Cons: I also own S4's; these are definitely not S4's. The lower sound quality is noticeable and the construction is a bit cheap. The rubber ear inserts feel plastic-y and are not as comfortable; these are probably the worst aspect.
Summary: Bought as a lose-it-without-worrying item for travel. I have some expensive Klipsch earbuds which are fantastic for sound quality and comfort, but I don't like to leave them in my coat pocket 'just in case' I want to use them when out and about. So I bought these as a cheap, no worry item.
Good sound quality and as another reviewer advised using the ...
23 February 2015
Summary: Bought these in-ear headphones mainly for use at the gym . Good sound quality and as another reviewer advised using the sports fit (as described in leaflet) both comfortable and really reduces background noise blocking out other people's music , chatter and other unwelcome distractions!
Summary: Well packaged, I wasn't expecting them to be angled. Great that they have a choice of silicon earplugs so you can get the best fit. So far they have worked well. First long haul trial coming up next months so we shall see of they pass the test.
Summary: I think these headphones sound great. you get quite a lot of bass compared to many other in-ear headphones which I like. Getting them to fit is a little tricky, I have to have the wire pointing up the way towards the top of my ear to get them to stay in.
Summary: Was in need of some in-ears to replace my Sennheisers (CX300 II) and thought I would try something a bit different. I looked at Shure, Koss and Klipsch before deciding that as they were on sale it was worth the gamble.