@RiotDemon Not that these are jewelry, per se, but why is it so impossible to find jewelry online that’s being modeled? Also I feel like half the time I go to look at a top with such and such back detail, there’s no photo of the back… Fashion etail has a way to come.
I, like most people in this world have an iPhone built after 1942…what good will these do me (or my girlfriend) Way to lose your entire iPhone fan base…PLUS who uses anything wired anymore?? #blutoothonly!
These appear to be nice headphones, although probably overpriced. I found the sound to be a bit lacking in base, but since I use them to listen to podcasts, that’s not a problem for me.
What is a problem is the amount of packaging. The unopened package is 223 grams, of which 11 grams are the actual headphones. They come in a jewelry-type velvet box, which is nestled in a lot of plastic, which is inside a thin cardboard box, which is wrapped in tissue paper. They also include a carry pouch, and a thick little book about how to use them. (Seriously? They’re kidding, right?) The end package is about 8x3x3", which is absurd for headphones.
I just started using them, so I can’t comment on durability, and I got them on sale, so price was not an issue for me, but I really can’t recommend them. It’s just a ludicrous amount of packaging for an overpriced item.
@Chakolate make sure you use the proper ear tips for your ears … Once I found the right size, the sound is really good.
and I agree with the packaging. I was astonished. This is likely the most overpackaged product I have ever purchased.