Summary: The headphones are very comfortable. The sound is fantastic, certainly equal to Beats minus the need for batteries. This does cause the headphones to drain energy from the ipod or phone but nothing overly noticeable. The bass is awesome which is exactly what I was looking for. My one issue is that the headphone jack on mine has to be twisted correctly or the sound only comes through one ear. Its a but of an annoyance but may just be isolated to my set.
Summary: These headphones have great sound quality for the price. I was using $20 skullcandy ear buds prior to this, and there is very noticable improvement. They even do a good job of silencing environmental noises. The only down side that I found with these headphones is that they stick out quite a lot when they are on your head. A good word to describe them would be bulbous. This is due to the thick ear padding.
Summary: These are nicely built sturdy headphones. After first use, I was sort of disappointed by the sound quality. They just sound like cheaper laptop speakers with very dry high-end and barely any noticeable bass. Great for the average user who doesn't demand much for listening.
Summary: Got this for my granddaughter. She loves it and so do I. Now my grandson has a set. I have a set of Bose earphones that are similar in sound quality and comfort but cost 6 times as much. Wished I'd had the Hesh 2.0's when I bought the Bose.
Excerpt: I thought that they might snap if I took the headphones on or off too fast but after having these for about four months, I haven’t had any issues with that. I can tell that these are going to be very durable headphones. As you can tell from my review, though durable, comfortable, and stylish, these headphones lose points as far as sound quality is concerned and unless you want to share your music with the world as you listen, you probably do not want to purchase a pair...