Pros nice styling; good sound quality; decent battery life; comfortable earbud hinge design; easy computer interface
Cons battery life a tad short; price a little steep
Summary overall this is great. no more wires to untangle with the ipod, and no more stuffed pockets either. the sound quality is impressive, and they are comfortable, too. i really like the ingenious triple-hinge design on the earbuds. the battery life could be a little better, as i've only got about 7 hours out of them. thats OK, though, because you can charge them with the usb cable and an ipod charger (unplug ipod cable, plug in thumps). my only comment would be lower price and better battery life. if the next models change a lot i'll have those, too.
Pros The idea is a good one.
Cons You can not wear them when you work out, they are not built to handle sweat as claimed and they will not honer their warranty because they know this..... So don't expect them to stand behind thier product.
Summary If you want to wear music when hiking or working out then this is not the product for you.
Pros MP3 and Sunglasss makes it nice
Cons I don't like the looks of this sunglass
Summary They should make a little thinner.
Its nice to combine the mp3 but it makes the name of Oakley bad. Oakley has cool designs and this sunglass makes it worse. They should make a silver, thinner, and cooler.
But the best thing for this sunglass is that the capacity is ultimate good for a sunglass. It is hard to combine sunglasses and MP3 together. Great Job Oakley. I would buy it if there is more designs (cool designs.
Summary these things look hideous. The capacity is still a little low and they will probably be outrageously expensive. The first thumps sucked why are they making more. completely impractical waste of cash
Pros Great design and simple intuitive functionality. AAC!!!!
Cons I don't know yet.
Summary These things look awesome. From the video it looks like I'll be able to wear these things backwards like a normal behind-the-head headset. That answers the indoor and night time use question and a lot more styleishly than THUMP 1 did. I love the style.
The one thing I noticed from the (iLounge.com review) is that these things support iTunes AAC (.m4a) format. Which rocks now I'm not locked just to my iPod with my music.
Count me in. When do these come out?