Summary: This does exactly what I need and fits comfortably. It is very lightweight and is not a bother at all when running. The base sound is quite weak, but as long as I run to the beat, whenever my foot hits the ground, it sounds like a base drum hit in my ear due to having the ear bud size to fit snugly...
Summary: Frustrating product. Requires separate software to add remove songs rather than more conveniently allowing you to just drag and drop like any other flash drive (i.e. the Finnis headphones are much easier in this regard -- no additional software required).
Summary: Why buy Sony Walkman? .... if you are a SWIMMER, or enjoy the water, keep reading. WOWWWWWW got to say that I am impressed. Read many reviewed and have to say that I hesitant in buying this product, tons of good and bad reviews.
Summary: 1. For the ones criticizing the sound quality of it, I have a question for them: Are you ears that sensitive and you just need awesome sound to run? 2. So far I haven't tested it for swimming because, I can't afford swimming. The nat membership is $35 a month and that's worth half of this player.
Summary: They're okay. You can hear the music and all. It pretty much sounds like music after you just did two miles in laps and didn't bother to dry your ears out with alcohol after, seriously. It's muffled, tingy, not so great.
Summary: I purchased these after a long search for quality Bluetooth earbuds to use during a variety of activities (gym, running, hiking, biking, lawn work, etc.). The prospect of being able to leave my phone at home (or at least conserve its battery) seemed worth the extra expense, and after using them...
Summary: These are very good, they stay in my ears, charge easily. The only complaint is that the volume isn't quite loud enough once I'm swimming and I can hear my breathing and bubbles all around me. Just a bit louder would have been nice.