Excerpt: ...As a person who has an extended hearing range, and suffers from Tetanus since a rock concert in the 1980's, these ear-bud style phones give extremely clear sound and has a frequency range which does lose anything if used with a Bluetooth adapter. ...I wish all headphones were this well made.
good product for the money and well worth the purchase.
Mr Neil J Young, Amazon
22 April 2015
Summary: I bought these purely because of the uniqueness of the design. I seem to have odd shaped ears and all other in ear type headphones fall out after 30 seconds or so of being used. This design means that i can place the ear bud in my ear canal and the brace puts pressure on the ear to help hold them in...
Summary: I've been through loads of gym headphones over the years. My preference has always been ones with a band as keeping them in when on a treadmill has always proved a challenge otherwise. However, the design of these seems to have that cracked.
Summary: I have always had trouble with headphones. My ears and ear canals must be larger than the average person's. Earbuds are a complete joke, and fall out of my ears just after putting them in. Even while walking, over the ear headphones will jar loose and fall out of my ears.
Summary: I paid £30 for these last summer. They're a clever design, offer a good sound quality and will carry a decent volume. The curious sticky up prong fits in the curve of your ear, not over the ear. The prong has an adjustable length to better fit different shape and size ears.
Summary: The headphones work exactly as I was hoping and better than expected really. I go to the gym regularly and the music they blare out was starting to distract me a lot. These don't cancel it out entirely, you can hear it faintly if you're listening to a podcast or radio where people are talking.