Reviews and Problems with Monster iSport Immersion In-Ear Headphones
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Jonesy, Monster Cable
27 April 2013
Excerpt: I have two sets of immersions I wouldnt trade them for any other headphone. I am looking to purchase a pair of strive headphones for skiing only. the will fit inside my helmet allowing for me to here my music and others on the mountain they would be perfect.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: I like working out to the beat of music, I've purchased many in-ear headphones before and they always dissapoint. I've own these from 6 months now and they never pop out, I just misplaced them but Im here to buy them again. I'm switching to blue this time around.
Pros: Comfortable, Great Sound Quality, Sweat Proof
Excerpt: These things are great but they do take some trial and error to get the right fit ... even when you think you got it you wear them for a 2 hour workout and they Start to feel ununcomfortable ...
Excerpt: These are by far the best headphones I have owned in my life. I gave my Bose set away after purchasing them. They have lasted up to my commercial fishing boat in Alaska. Use them ever day now for over a year without a problem.
Pros: Easy To Use, Perfection In Design, Quality Construction
Excerpt: I've just been really happy with these. I have had a few pairs of headphones over the years that I wear daily to bike and walk the dog. They've shorted out from sweat (I guess) and just haven't held up to daily use. I've had these for a few months now and they are great.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality
Excerpt: Being an active person for me the comfort of fitting and sound quality takes first place. After my old (2 mounts) pair broke for a second time (cable) I decided to do a proper research before I buy a new one. I needed a durable product that I can truly enjoy when I'm on the go.
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality, Quality Microphone