Summary: Purchased these new for $35 and was surprised to open the package only to see a $12 K-Mart clearance sticker on the package. So just for your information, you might as well save some money and try a K-Mart store instead. My order was fulfilled by Amazon but the seller was Manhattan Products Company.
Summary: I bought these to use when mowing the grass. I don't notice any difference at all when I turn noise cancelling on or off. However, they are very comfortable, have OK sound and does muffle a lot of outside noise as a result of the fact that they cover my ears entirely.
Summary: Works well, but has aging issues. I've taken care of my pair quite well, but as you can see the design requires you to flex them every time you put them on, the result, as I found out yesterday, is that they snap (with normal non excessive use) at exactly the visible line in the picture, no hope of...
Summary: These headphones are alright for the price nice bass sound although not much mid or highs, Once on you cannot hear anything other than the sound going theough them which is great only downside is after a while they get uncomfortable
Summary: The noise cancelling feature is not strong (but perhaps that's what you get at this price range), but it does cancel some noise. When tried in comparison to Bose, you immediately feel the difference - this being a lower class product.
Summary: I have a few pairs of high end active noise cancelling headphones, and it wasn't the key feature I was looking for in this set. I was after comfort. So with that in mind here's a quick breakdown. Noise cancelling: There's a switch and a light.