Summary: I have had these for less than 2 months. Up until now, they have been fantastic. The sound these produced were very impressive. Now, suddenly, the left side is barely audible. Luckily they were not too expensive so I can try another pair from a different brand without feeling too much of a sting. Due to the short period of time I had these, one star for value and quality.
Summary: My ears are shaped weirdly so regular earbuds dont really work very well, so i looked for something like this. They are really comfortable and never fall out. When i bought them i wasnt really expecting anything special, but the sound quality is really good. For all that are questing for comfortable, cheap earbuds, your journey ends here.
Summary: It's a 10 dollar earbud that lasts a month or two. I've gone through two pairs, with the left bud failing both times. They are disposable. Nobody makes earbuds that can withstand daily use, so these are just as good as any, just don't expect them to last. I tried splicing together the two working right-side buds make a functional set, but I could not get it to work.
Summary: I bought a pair that stopped working after 1 or 2 weeks. So I went back to Target to exchange it thinking the first pair had a default. I liked the style and sound quality. Well 4 months later one of the earbuds went out on the new pair. So unless you want to replace your headphones every few months don't buy these.
Summary: Much worse sound that ipod supplied earbuds, very tinny sound. I didn't expect much for [$$$], but I expected better. Disclaimer, I am somewhat of an audio snob. I only bought these so when travelling my kids could both listen to the ipad together with their own sets of earbuds while watching a movie in an airplane. I figured a low end sony earbud couldn't really be that bad, wrong assumption, they are much worse. I returned these after the first day of use.
Summary: I only had these headphones for a couple of months before the right earbud died. Of course I did not save my receipt, so I cannot get them fixed under warranty. I did like them when they worked, though.