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My husband is loving these Bluetooth headphones. We had another pair that my dad took a liking to so I let him have them. Originally I bought this pair for me so I can use them on road trips as I listen to my audio books. I intended on letting my husband use them for when he exercised but he liked them so much that he actually took them from me. Now these are very easy over the ear, none tangle and easy setup.
I was in NYC a few weeks ago and walking through the Canal St. section (Chinatown). Various vendors called to me, trying to entice that little voice in my head that said things like "you need a fake Rolex", or "that three-foot tall elephant statue would look great in your bedroom". I was stronger than the voice, however and was able to fend off all impulse buying urges - even for a cool pack of "ninja throwing knives" which I'm sure are illegal in at least 48 states. Also, aren't ninjas Japanese? Anyway I was doing well, not making eye contact with anyone and weaving my way past all the authentic Chinese merchants (like McDonalds). Then, out of the corner of my eye there was a glint of sunlight reflecting off of the most wonderful multi-colored display of treats that I have ever seen. It was like the world stopped for a moment, and this five-pound bag of heaven was calling to me. I walked over and asked the lady holding a monkey "how much?" Twenty five dollars. Whoa. I told her no way that was too much. Then she reached down under the table and brought out a black velvet pouch of DRAGON shaped ninja throwing knives and said these mystical words: "knives too". I don't even remember handing her the money but the next thing I knew I was carrying a five-pound bag of Haribo gummi bears in one hand and holding my throwing knives in the other. I had about a 45 minute brisk walk up to Grand Central so I was glad to have a snack to munch on while I was walking.
Overall build quality seems to be pretty sturdy. Biggest drawback is that the lenses don't really amplify the screen like the normal Google cardboard- it looks less like an encompassing immersion and more like you are viewing a tv in a dark room. Also, my doesn't really work with headphones plugged in.