Great for people that workout or run a lot

Verified Post by Braxton Jensen
Published on 12 Nov, 2017

Adorer Sport Earphones RX6 Noise Isolating Wired In-Ear Headphones with Microphone IPX4 Sweatproof for Running,Gym and Outdoor Sports - Black
Price: $14.99
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4.87 / 5   (52 Reviews)

I think these sound great and have a full range of sound and are really clear which at first suprised me a little because of the price of these, so far atleast these are one of the clearest earbuds I ever had. The bass from these are decent, I have had earbuds with more bass and I have had ones with less.

These earbuds are available in transparent black, transparent blue, or transparent red. These are IPX4 so it is sweatproof and technically splashproof (I would dip these in water or anything but it is nice to know if you use these while it is raining out you'll be fine).

These do offer noise islation but so do all other in-ear earbuds, so nothing special there. These do however, come with many different ear-tips to ensure the right fit with your ear cannals and has 1 special tip which I quite like to use.

I like that these are transparent so you can see all the electronics/electronical parts within the earbuds itself, it a small yet easy thing to do when it comes to ear-buds and I just like it. These fit well in your ears but is annoying to put them in because, you have to put them slightly downwards and then push in and then twist up and try not to go too far with them or they'll pop back out, however once you get them in the fit extemely well and with a little bit of practice I can put them in with no problem. (weird huh? practicing putting earbuds..).

Since they Low Profile once put in (as in they stay the same level as you ear) it is easy to lay down or even sleep with them.


Overall they are pretty good and are good for people that like to run or workout since they don't come out while running or doing things and are sweatproof.

Price: $14.99



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