"Outstanding!"on by docjsc
Pros Wireless simplicity
Cons Flimsy plastic neck band and difficulty reaching the up volume button
Summary I picked these up at the local apple store here in Norfolk, VA. Never even heard they existed either, however I thought that these cant be that bad considering it wasnt blue tooth, they just simply eliminated the cord and placed a entry point for the shuffle. They hold the shuffle in place really well, wrap around the head, which makes it very good for working out/running. The only bad thing that I could really find was that the plastic isnt as strong as I would like it to be. Also reaching the up volume button is hard because of the plastic guard. But dont let that stop you from getting this beauty! I just hope Monster reads this and makes a better 2nd gen product, or some sweet noise cancellation muffs!
"No Wires=good thing!"on by cgull
Pros For my needs-using to listen to either tunes or audio books while walking or doing my artwork these are great.
Cons They were made by Dynex at Best Buy for $29.00 4 years ago. Right speaker went out and I shopped for another one only to find they were bought by Monster-priced at $80! Now at $59 still more than I would prefer to pay-but I hate wires and ear buds.
Summary Good for walking, jogging, the gym. Lasted a few years before speakers cut out-but way overpriced for quality.
"Perfect for Me!"on by McMorgan
Pros Wireless without the bluetooth issues! Very comfortable, and I have a big head! I bought the whole package at an Apple Store. Great customer service. I am very satisfied.
Cons None. I am not worried about being fashionable at the Gym!
Summary Great Product. I think they sound fine.
Pros cordless, good for taking to the gym, compact
Cons flimsy, below-average sound quality, odd-design
Summary Basically, they're good for exercising but don't count on them to deliver decent audio.
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