Not as good at staying in your ear as other designs but sound quality okay for running.
20 September 2014
Summary: I have quite small ears and these just won't fit in snugly enough for them to remain in place beyond 20 or 30 metres. Really irritating and should be described in sizes to avoid inappropriate purchases.
Summary: These are designed for quite large ears, if like me you are a girl with medium/ small ears then they may be uncomfortable. The images makes it look as though the angle of the actual speaker pieces are adjustable, but in reality they are not and for me were not very comfortable.
Summary: I thought these head phones would be great for when I go jogging, but I wasn't very impressed with them. They said they would suit all ear sizes, which is important for me as I seem to have very small ears.
Summary: I know that you get what you pay for but I do wish I had invested in slightly better ones at a higher cost. They stay on the ear rather well- however the black cushioning surrounding each mini-speaker have fallen off and gotten lost (both within a matter of days) and now they are too sharp for my...
Summary: I bought these because my iPhone headphones wouldn't stay my ears while I was in the gym. The delivery was prompt no issues there but I just have to say that the sound quality is terrible. Much worse than my original headphones.
Excerpt: Philips SHS3200 Whilst searching through my many sets of earphones I came across these Philips SHS3200 I’ve had them for a couple of years now, and I remember I tried to get on with them as best I could before I came across the in ear style earphones.
Excerpt: As I get fit for my first 10K run in June I need a good pair or earphones to wear when i'm down the gym or on the road. The pair I had owned for about five years finally gave up the ghost and literally fell apart as I pounded out the "miles" on the treadmill.