Summary: I was shopping for a good set of earbuds in a higher price range, and read the great reviews for these. Personally, about $25 is the max I will spend, as I can usually find units with decent sound, without breaking my budget.
Summary: I may have gotten a defective pair of buds, as I turn my head sometimes and one ear loses it's deep lovely sound and becomes monochromatic / flaky a bit. I struggled to get them to fit and stay in my ears; two sizes of cushion and I just have to admit I've small ears as part of it.
Summary: Save your money. Get very high quality sound, and durability, with House of Marley. I am an old man, and hard of hearing. I usually buy $10 ear buds that last maybe 6 months. I got these because I thought they might be more durable. The added bonus is very high quality sound.
Summary: Quality earbuds...I couldn't tell the difference in sound between these and my brother's "K" brand that cost 3 times as much. The volume controls won't work with Android like most 3 button earbud sets, but I knew that going in and don't care about that.
Summary: holding off a final egg until at least six months goes by without them breaking... at which point i'll update and raise or lower the score... i've had a hard time finding phones that last even one year.
Pros: good bass, right angle connector, nice cord, button works with android, mic works, comrfortable, decent build quality, decent price
Cons: the whole "eco" thing feels a little cheap. the phones are made in china like everything else, and i figure they're made in the same slave labor/ slash/ burn methods as all other elctronics junk. the whole bob-marley, hippie thing feels a bit disingenuous.
Summary: Good and quality sound, stylish look and clear. But when compared to my sennheiser HD 202 II, bass is not up to the mark. Here many of them said that extremely good bass so I might expected much than HD 202.