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September 17, 2010
I just bought a pair and I do have to say they do look pretty tight. They're nice and sturdy. They also do a pretty good job at blocking out outside noise. The sound quality is good for the price, but not the best. But as of now, I'm a happy camper with em.
They do indeed.
By: Josh Chapman
June 23, 2011
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March 7, 2013
When I'm skating I can rock these underneath my helmet, they don't dig into my head or fall out of my ears. Bottom line: these are the most comfortable in-ear headphones I have ever put on. I have little ears, Apple's in-ear headphones hurt so bad and have sound quality anywhere near the Medis!
Hard for me to visualize how these fit in the ear. Does anyone have a picture? (Or a thousand-word explanation?)
By: Luke Cudney
April 8, 2011
They fit pretty nicely. It's a different fit though. For me they stayed in better than just the squishy ear bud ones. I've had mine for awhile but the wire is finally messing up and the sound is going out in the right bud. But otherwise all my friends asked me where I got them and wanted a pair. So they look pretty legit.
By: Louis Maldonado
April 12, 2011
they will fit in your ear just like a standard earbud
April 12, 2011
February 20, 2012
At first they hurt my right ear. I tried all the sizes and the one that fit the best still hurt a little. If I pull the bud out a little after putting them in my ear it doesn't get as irritated. The sound is pretty good, which is why I gave them 4 stars. They look really cool and stay in my ears when running.