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December 30, 2012
Because my in-ear beats have done Asia with me and I haven't had a problem.
Sound quality is good, but most people are right. For in ear headphones, if they see daily use, just get yourself some cheaper buds. These are great, don't get me wrong, but only if they see light use and not commuter use. The kind of use where you would wrap them up in the case after, instead of winding them up around your ipod and shoving them in your pocket.
One thing, though, is that the bass is stronger and fuller than your average skullcandy/WeSC/other ear buds.
it just has a button on them somewhere so you can answer your phone without taking them off
December 2, 2012
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October 8, 2011
Broke after only five months of light use. I took great care never to drop them or get them wet and the right ear bud just stopped working out of the blue. Nothing happened to it, the bud just broke on its own. Complete waste of 150$. Do yourself a favor and don't get them.
July 18, 2011
Got these, OF COURSE, because they look sick and the flat cord is amazing.
Sound quality is nothing special. I was surprised how average they sound. 40$ earbuds will do the job just as well.
They broke, of course, in like a month. The plastic is really cheap and thin, or something. I was really careful with them, too. I've never had ear buds snap... usually one ear cuts out, and that's when they go in the garbage.