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These certainly are not the best, but for a pair of head phones as far as sound quality and comfort go, but they serve great as a ones you can toss in you bag for traveling and long commutes. They can take a beating and still pump out the tunes just fine.
So I made a chest mount out of the display box and a couple of traps I had lying around. It worked, but the tighter I had it, the less I could breath a haha
So I broke down and bought the real deal because it stretches, so I can breathe, which is good I guess. But its stable, love the angle. I do recommend shooting in upside down mode depending the on the sport.
This thing will go anywhere round, which is great because I'm always trying to find new places to put this thing. As others mentioned always a good idea to line the the object you are clamping too with tape or foam.
I wear this when I swim, drive, and sometimes when I just walk around and want to record my life. I get some double takes but whatever. I wouldn't recommend doing any crazy bouncing activities like mountain biking, it gets pretty shaky on the head. But for day to day capturing its a fun view.
I have the Q-bar system and I drove around with just the bars on for a couple of days before my fairing came in and it was noisy at any speed of 30mph. After I put the fairing on sweet sweet silence.
Not much more to say, besides it floats. Definitely necessary because your gopro does not float and this is cheap enough to buy rather than making something to solve the floating problem,