Good sound plus durable Thanks
I've had the Motorollas, Back Beats, Clipper, and Jaybird Freedoms. The Freedoms sound and fit the best, but from my experience and the reviews, if the left ear works after 6 weeks your doing great, and their customer service is horrible. Also they're really expensive. $99.00
The Motorollas lasted about 2 years with heavy use. Sounded OK, they're newer version may sound better, but I found them to be bulky and are kinda 1 size kinda fits all. I think you can find them for about $79. 00.
I'm currently using back beats they hook around the ear so they fit OK, and sound OK, they are light and I paid $29. at the Verizon store on clearance.
The Clippers are nice if you want to use better headphones, because it clips to your shirt and you then have wires to your ears. Since there are still wires, I find these to be the least convienent. I get BT headphones to eliminate the wires, I only got them because they were on clearance at the Verizon store for 5.00.
From my experience, the build quality on the smaller companies headphones are poor. (Jaybird / bluant) I would stick with Jabra, Plantronics or Motorolla.
If I had to pick only one it would be the Back Beats.
Hope this helps.
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not a big fan of my Motorola S305's
I want to like them, but there is a lack of quality in the audio that just irks me.
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Been using the Sennheiser headphones for a little over a year. They sound great, do a decent job of taking calls and are pretty comfy IMO. The volume and track controls on the headphones come in handy. Good battery life, although I usually put them back on charge after two hours or so, not because I need to, just because that's the longest I've used them.
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I'm using the S10-HD by Motorola. Secure, comfortable (play with all the different earbud pieces to get a comfortable fit) and sweat/mostly waterproof!
History on that last post. Jaybirds stopped working, no response from Jaybird, left a bad review, including mentioning that there was no response, at least 2 and I think 3 reps emailed me, they still don't work and they never sent me a new pair.
I've had these for over 2 years and have had zero problems with them. Great gym phones too, they've been soaked with sweat and haven't skipped a beat
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