Pros They're good when they last. Noise canceling function with nice sound.
Cons Breaks after 3 months! I treated these phones with baby hands and then one side went out completely! WASTE OF MONEY!
Summary DO NOT BUY!
Pros Good covered ear noise isolation and comfortable. Nice on airplane with plug adapter. Fold able with sack makes for neat and compact portable.
Cons Flimsy construction. Vinyl ear cups keeps sliding out. Small screw pops out of plastic housing preventing head position adjustment locking. Noise cancellation is noticeable but minimal.
Summary Sacrifice durability for light weight convenience. Good disposable headphone. I enjoyed it while it lasted over its short life.
"Very Cheap Plastic"on by rickypix
Pros Comfortable until it broke
Cons Bad stress points
Summary The electronics are useless if the case is cheap. The convenience of being able to fold it up and take it on a plane, for instance, was negated by the cheap plastic joints quickly disintegrating. The molding to attach the screws snapped off. The battery could not be changed because the plastic slider unlocking the battery compartment split and was useless.
"great value."on by alexcordero9
Pros attractive design, compact, decent sound.
Cons cheap construction
Summary I spent $35 for noise cancelling technology that rivals other headphones costing twice as much. Don't expect $300 headphone quality because it's not. But for the money, they're fantastic and output great sound while I'm at work or just listening to music on my notebook computer. They fold neatly into their included pouch and fit great in my backpack. I'm really happy with them because I came in $40 under my budget. Construction's a little cheap but if I break them, they were $35, I'll get another set and be happy. Nice job Phillips!
Pros Sounds pretty good
Cons Poor design, cheap materials
Summary I bough the Philips SBC NH-110 headphones and they broke pretty quickly. The way the headphones attach to the head-strap is awful. It is pretty cheap plastic all over. I'd not buy one again. I pity the fool who designed these headphones.