Summary: I had an earlier model of these headphones that lasted for years. Those still work fine, but the ear-cushion covers were worn through from years of taking them on and off several times a day. Replacement cushions costed around $6 plus shipping, which didn't seem worth it. So, I got this new set. They're not audiophile quality, but the sound is good, and the materials, build quality, and comfort are all excellent for the price.
Summary: I got these to try and kill my hearing more slowly than earbud headphones, but these headphones are really uncomfortable. After about a half hour of wearing them, I get a headache because they are pushing into the back part of my ears. Maybe I just have a weird-shaped head, but try and look somewhere else for headphones tat won't cause you physical pain.
Summary: I use this primarily for running, workout or doing the dishes- it's light enough and water resistant, which makes it perfect for such purposes. However, like all behind ear headphones, they don't really block out noise that well, so take that into your consideration. As a Sony product headphone, the bass is quite good, though it can be a bit too much sometimes in my opinion.
Summary: The headphones are more comfortable than the previous models. The product also comes with an extra set of foam covers as well. If you use these when running or working out, the extra foam covers do come in handy. The reflective piece is more orange in color than yellow, but no matter. They still look good. I would recommend these to a friend as well.
Summary: I've had two pairs of these headphones. Within a month or so of buying them, I lost sound in one of the earpieces (sound would only come out of the other one). It's too bad because these are otherwise fairly comfortable headphones.