Excerpt: The in-ear unit is light and fits comfortably, though the speaker does not sit too tightly over the ear canal opening. As a result, it's at best only moderately loud, even at full volumes. Frequency response is fine in the normal vocal range, tapering off in volume and fidelity fairly rapidly outside that range. The mike offers a good blend of sensitivity and noise reduction.
Summary: The item did not fit well on my ear. Kept coming off. Gave them to my partner because I thought they may be better for them with larger ears but they found the same problem and not comfortable.
Summary: Bought it to slip into a bag easily. I've tried bluetooth monaural headsets but they always seem to garble. This one has really excellent sound quality on skype and also on my phone to the extent that people comment on it (I use an adapter to plug it into the phone). Bit fiddly to fit over the ear but comfortable enough for extended use and reasonably robust.
Summary: This does not sit very comfortably in my ear; the hook over the ear is ok though. I do not suffer discomfort as long as I don't mind that it's not an exact fit. Maybe if the earpiece was an in-ear rubbery thing in the same overall design it would have worked better. Does the job though and still works year or so on.
Summary: Good points: * Durable - Had mine 3 years now, still works. * Clear sound. * Good Voice Senesitivity. * Wire a good lengh. * Green and Pink connection - No USB socket required. * Right or Left ear - Simply turn the ear-rest round depending which ear you want it in. * Adjustable mic. * Volume and Mute controller attached to wire - Displays volume level and 'mic muted' clearly. * Works Windows XP, Vista, 7. Bad points: * Only one size ear-bud - Medium size ear canal.