Summary: Having had a set of Sennheiser MX300 II earphones break down after 5 months of active (gym/sports) use the common "dead left ear" came, so I tried these buying into the "booming bass". This could not be further from the truth! Earphone fit feels similar to most other wrap-around sports earphones with admittedly slightly less bud movement during running, though this does not counter the overall poor fit regardless of earpiece used.
Summary: the product description clearly indicated that the earphones would come with a carry case and there is a picture of a rigid carry case. when I received the product I noticed that there is no carry case but just a small soft bag which will not protect the earphones. There are thousands of earphones available and I chose these ones because of the carry case which I think i very useful in protection the earphones which always tend to ger ruined quickly because they usually...
Summary: Probably the worst £15 I've spent in several years. The good: - err - I like the colour red. The rest: Sound quality is appalling, no base, a tinny treble and you have to turn the volume up to maximum to hear anything much at all. External sound isolation is non-existent. Although the headphones are supplied with 3 different sized ear pieces this is of little use if the headphones can't be adjusted to fit correctly.
Summary: This product constantly shift from out of my ears when walking let alone running. The bass is good if you are not in motion but as soon as you become active and start moving around they keeping shifting out of my ears so the sound quality sounds poor!
Summary: Needed another set of headphone for running. Sports and washable attracted my attention. However as my ears seem to be a bit weird shape, news to me, they were quite rubbish. The medium ear insert is a bit too big and hurts after 10 mins or so of running. But the little insert didn't make a fit and fell out within seconds of running. The over the ear loops are quite rigid, they rub with no give and needed constant adjustment to keep them on my ears.
VERY tinny sound and awful fit (they won't stay on even with the loops)
27 May 2011
Summary: They come with 3 different sizes of earbuds, which is good, but the buds point forwards on the headphones at a REALLY strange angle. Because of the loops over your ears it's impossible to get them to fit. They won't stay on if you're moving around and the sound is awful (I'm really not that picky) and lacking any mid-range sounds let alone bass - it's like listening to the built in speaker on my ipod nano.
Summary: worst headphone..i m regretting after buying this..wont worth even 100rs..so plz dont buy this product.......................................................................................................
Summary: As my title says...do not consider these headphones if you: . like a a bit of 'bass' in your songs = all you can hear while running are high pitched cymbals/snare and distant vocals . want to run with them ( they definately don't stay in your ears...just because they are designed for Aliens' ears) I have had the other philips in-ear hook type of headphones and they were brilliant (soundwise), far better than these so called 'sports headphones' ..