Summary: Overall, for the $13 I paid, I think this is not worth it. You can get some good enough earphones for around $15. Give it a miss if you really need the Music Effects in your ears. Good to have them as a replacement earphones while on your workout.
Pros: Has good Cord length Has Extra ear buds for different size ears Has Clip on's so that they do not fall out of your ears while workout
Cons: No BASS No DEPTH No Volume Control If the volume is high it is audible outside like sound from a speaker
Summary: Truly average. Not bad not good. Sound level rather too low but clarity O.K Bought a ridiculous yellow/orange color as they were on special offer and I regretted it. Probably better suitable for children as it stays well on the ears
Summary: Arrived promptly enough but would agree with some other reviews that mention bass can be lacking at times. I havew found that thsi all depends on weathere the earphone remain tightly in the ear.
Excerpt: Introduction I have had these headphones for a few months now which I feel is a good length of time to finally make a solid judgement about how they perform in day to day use. I have worn the headphones a number of times mainly whilst out running and in the gym.
Summary: In terms of music quality - these earphones are poor, it sounds like a bad recording. Unless this is something you wouldn't mind, i wouldn't recommend getting these earphones. As sports headphones, i found they aren't brilliant, if i knock them with my hand, they easily fall out.
Summary: They work perfectly fine and hold well on/in my ears great, of course the sound is good too. I did only get to use them for two weeks as suddenly one side is not working. I have a tendency to break headphones so I took extra care with this pair but it could be me or it could be the headphones are...
Summary: The sound quality is quite good but the reason I bought these was to have a secure fitting headphone when running and in this respect they fail miserably. They constantly move about in my ear when running. There are three different fittings which don't really make any difference.
Summary: Okay, first of all my experience with ear/headphones; I've had two pair of Shures (one costing well over £200), two pair of Grados (approx £100 each) and two pair of Sennheiser. All fairly expensive sets that you expect great things from.