Conclusion: It’s hard to recommend the Monster iSport Immersion headphones unless you get a chance to try them on. Without the SportClip, the iSport is just another pair of in-ear headphones of which there are many others, and better verities out in the market. If the earphones do fit you properly (move around a bit to make sure) and the slightly off placement of the in-line remote control is not an issue, then the Monster iSport headphones are a good buy.
Monster iSport Immersion In-Ear Headphones with ControlTalk Review
9 December 2011
Excerpt: I enjoy listening to motivational music while working out. But due to the intensity of my fitness routine at the gym or while pounding pavement, I am very tough/rough on my earbuds. I have trashed many a pair over the decades. Not through abuse or neglect, but by sweating in and on them too much. (I know, TMI).
Pros: - Well built/constructed, - Very durable, - Waterproof, - Customizable and comfortable, - Blue/Red rings to differentiate right & left earbuds, - ControlTalk button, remote control w/mic, - Great carrying pouch
Cons: - Expensive, - Could include a longer, more black & white warranty
Excerpt: Today, we’re reviewing the latest batch of water-resistant and waterproof earphones from four different companies. Three of the earphones compete directly against one another: H2O Audio’s Flex ($30) and Dry Corp’s Dry Buds 100% Waterproof Headphones ($30) are extremely affordable options from established makers of waterproof cases, both silicone-tipped canalphones stripped bare of frills in order to hit their price points.
Monster iSports are among best in-ear sports headphones
6 October 2012
Summary: The iSport Immersion headphones rank among the best wired in-ear sports headphone models out there in terms of fit and sound quality.
Pros: The Monster iSport Immersion In-Ear Headphones offer a very secure fit and impressive sound, as well as a sweatproof design and flat, tangle-resident cord. They also have an integrated iPhone-friendly ControlTalk inline remote with volume controls, and come with a nice carrying pouch.
Cons: For some people, these earphones' noise isolation may shut out too much of the outside world. Also, if you can't get a tight seal, bass response won't be as good.
Excerpt: The Monster iSport Immersion headphones have an unusual design, with a curved crescent of rubberised plastic that tucks in the fold of your ear and helps to keep the eartips secure. Visit Group test: what are the best headphones?