Pros They look cool. Semi-comfortable.
Cons Sound quality is not great considering the cost.
They are poorly designed, a fatal weak spot exists in the headband near the cushion, it snapped and broke after only a few months of use.
Summary For the expense, these headphones are poorly designed and very susceptible to breaking.
"Great for the price"on by kucan14
Pros Fold-able, look great, sound great, good price
Cons Don't fit around your ear, rather on top
Summary These headphones are great because they can fold up, they look great, they are lightweight, and the also sound good (especially for the price!).
I get lots of comments on how cool they look and how great they sound from my friends who have the standard iPod earbuds.
"These are amazing"on by Freeztech
Pros Great quality, Power bass
Cons They slip off your head if you headbang
Summary These headphone match the quality of my Bose headphones. They cost 180 and these only cost 40 dollars. Plus they have a better warranty. I use them for professional music editing. And they beat out my other headphones.
Pros looks great. Sound not bad for price.
Cons poor quality materials used.
Summary The most careful person around will still break the plug/wire connector soon after buying.
Pros OK sound, certainly not mind-blowing
They have a very unique design, if you like that.
Fold up really small
Cons Cushions are stiff
Low build quality
Cable not detachable
Summary I received these cans as a gift in March of 2010. At the time and for the price, they were quite decent, and a great gift. I used them all the time, but understand that these are not like the headphones of today. Ever since Beats by Dre came out, there seems to have been a big rush to build good looking, good sounding headphones for the main consumer market. Comparing these headphones to that it's nothing. I own the Phillips/O'Neill Stretch headphones (bought for $55) and they blow these out of the water.
But, if you like on-ear headphones with a flashy look, and your not an audiophile, you'll probably be happy with them.
Something worth pointing out is that these headphones are all plastic. The only visible metal is in the pins at the joints and the gold plating on the end of the headphone jack. I initially thought that would be a problem, and I was sure these wouldn't last more than a year, even though I baby all my electronics. I am glad to say that these are going strong three years later, with the only visible damage being some worn out parts on the designs. So all aesthetic damage, no functional damage.