Summary: Great sound, no question. But they fall out of my ears - so what's the point of that? I'll save them for train journeys when I can keep my head still .. and find something else for actual sports.
Summary: Very good headphones, excellent concept BUT if you're buying this for the hook feature, it's probably not the best. For me, these are very loose and as the hook is made of a rubbery material, it's flimsy and doesn't hold enough structure to stay on the ears.
Initially good earphones before a piece fell of and became uncomfortable
20 November 2014
Summary: Initially I thought these ear phones were great. The fit was fine and I had no issues running with them. Then I realised, because they became uncomfortable, that the piece of rubber surrounding the speaker part had come off.
Summary: This pair has one outstanding feature, unfortunately it is not sound. The ear hooks are light, flexible and comfortable. You will hardly notice them hugging your ears during a run. But, the sound is average, with some bass.
Summary: Working fine. Stays on while running. Sound quality is fine I guess - only using it to get statistics while using an sports app when running. Not so comfortable for the ears as for example original samsung headphones.
Summary: First impression is that these appear quite cheaply put together. They are cheap though so I suppose that's to be expected. They do stay in place much better than non-hook earphones, but I am finding them very uncomfortable. They hurt your ears.
Summary: Sound quality is a bit quiet as they don't seem to fit well in ear. If you are buying them to train with think again. They flop around in your ear whilst running and they don't like sweat!! Not bad for travelling though.
Summary: Have to keep turning the volume down on my iPhone because these headphones are so loud and crystal clear. No matter how loud you go, your ear drum will burst defore you reach distored sound quality. So no quarms there. The ear peice design is poor though. It does fit.