Summary: I have had the same headphones for 4 years and they finally broke on me unfortunately. I was desperate for some replacement and stumbled upon these. After a week of use, they compare to my old headphones which cost around $100 new. For the low price and the amazing sound quality, these are absolutely a must-have!
Summary: I got these to use with my iPod Shuffle, while walking, and they are perfect. Good sound quality, and unobtrusively light weight. If the earbuds that you're using keep slipping off, these are what you need.
Summary: Purchased online in April 2014 through WalMart's website. Carefully selected two very different full sized headphones that were well rated. House of Marley Positive Vibrations is far below the value and convenience of the The JVC HARX700 Full Size Headphones I purchased with a difference of $2.00 between the two. Upon opening the package I was impressed that the company (Marley) uses recycled materials, and offers a hemp carrying bag for the earphones.
I like the idea that Marley are helping the planet by ...
Dave "DcDigital", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I like the idea that Marley are helping the planet by using recycled materials in their headphones. For the money, sound quality is very good. Rich bass which is not overpowering, crisp high tones. They are quite heavy so after about an hour on the ears they become slightly uncomfortable, but I guess most 'over ear' phones would do the same.
Could do with more bass for those into any electronic music
Arthur Collier, Amazon
10 March 2015
Summary: These were quite cheap and are good for the price. Could do with a bit more bass to them though. These don't seem to have the depth that some headphones have to them. I do not go out of my way to use these instead of my earphones. However, this is probably just me as these are very good for most genres, I just listen to more electronics music than reggae and rock. The design is really cool and they are good quality.