Summary: The SteelSeries Flux In-Ear Headset is the first pair of earbuds from well-known gaming mouse and keyboard manufacturer SteelSeries. Accessories-(3/5) Comes with 3 sizes of silicon tips, and a zip-up carrying pouch.
Summary: The sound quality is fairly neutral and tight, which I like, but a bit recessed. I can't tell if it is because of the shape of the earplugs: so extremely round that they are difficult to adjust and often fall out.
Summary: I purchased this product about 2 months ago and use it often. I wear them walking to class and that is about it. If I am not using them, I have them wrapped and stored away from everything else. Today I was sitting down in class and wrapped them gently and put them in my pocket.
Summary: Bought in August 2014 and they stopped working in February 2015. The sound cuts in and out. I stored them properly in the bag provided and only used them for walks and gym workouts. Would not purchase again.
Summary: They actually sound decent, but suffer from two problems that make them a non-recommendation from me. Number 1 is microphonic. These pick-up every single move of the headphone cables. Tolerable, but annoying. More seriously is number 2. I bought these at the end of December.
Great for stationary use, not for on the go users...
Daniel Bonneau "DaClownie", Amazon
24 January 2015
Summary: If you're stationary, these headphones are great. So, I'm by no means an audiophile, but I can say with some certainty that these exceed their price range. Quality, everything seems on the up and up.
Summary: These lasted me a whole year. I throw them in my pocket, slam my car door on them, ride little kids bikes and fall with them constantly, and had to solder new 3.5mm jacks 4 times because they kept breaking, but finally, they broke where I could not fix them, on the ear piece.