Cons: Frame is extremely small and no adjustment possible. If you are a child or a small woman this thing might fit you comfortably. Otherwise don't get it. It is too small for an adult male and there is no way to adjust it so that it is comfortable. Thus it is impossible to wear for more than 15 minutes.
Pros: Great durability and sound quality. I run and work out quite often and these things stay on your head and don't move. They do a decent job of blocking out sounds as well. The sound out of these is fabulous. The fact that they are sweat resistant makes them ideal for those with an active lifestyle...
Cons: Head band is slightly large and will touch any bench style workout machine if worn while using these type machines. Minor drawback considering the sound, workmanship, and overall quality.
Summary: For exersise these headphones are perfect and sound great as well, Well worth a price tag of $50 and for the fact there grean, You can't go wrong, Best color EVER.
Pros: I boubht these somewhat recently again for the fact I do ride a bicycle for exersise and they sound great with my mp3 player. The Highs and Mids are rather good, The lows bottom out really badly. I knew that when repurchasing them so I can't call that a con. The neck band is a huge selling point ...
Cons: I bought these on a whim at a local shop earlier this year and returned them for the fact they aren't good enough for home use since the lows aren't that good, but the highs and mids are very nice, If the lows didn't bottom out they would have been perfect.
Pros: They sound great and stay put. The band is a little large but the ear buds stay in place. They are comfortable, I wear mine for hours at a time and have had no problems with them. If you like to move while listening to music, get these.
Summary: Expensive, but the sound beats the pants off cheap earphones.
Pros: Long cord, great for running, very good sound. I actually like the looks, too, unlike some others.
Cons: This is me second pair. The first didn't take well to being drug across the desert of Kuwait dangling out of my car door. THey are also not good for strength training where you will be lying on your back or while lying down. They do not adjust and will pop out of your ears while lying down.
Summary: I've never worn them for anything but running and lifting weights but they fit well, haven't fallen off, and don't hurt my ears. They also don't fit so snugly that I can't hear ambient noise (i.e. traffic) while running.
Pros: I'm a big guy and I sweat a lot. I've been known to trash a pair of headphones in 3 runs, and most don't last more than a year. I've had these for 9 months and they're still going strong. The sound quality is also better than any other sport headphone I've had. I just picked up a second pair for ...
Summary: I bought these to replace my iPod headphones. I chose Sennheiser because of my previous experience with their high quality. I was looking for an upgrade in sound and something more appropriate for active wear. I found both. However, the fit (for me) isn't terribly comfortable.
Pros: Well designed, great sound.
Cons: Bright green color, long cord, unforgiving fit
Pros: Great for running, though wind can wash out the sound completely.
Cons: Within the first couple weeks both rubber pads around the ear speakers fell off, never to be found again. After about 6 months' use (3x/week) the cable housing has separated at both ends. Time to see if this is still under warranty since this can't be what Sennheiser means by "rugged".