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3 button sports (around the ear) headphones?

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26th June 2014, 04:20 AM   |  #1  
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Does anyone know if any 3 button earphones that wrap around the ear exist?

I have not had any luck finding any wired earphones that both have 3 buttons and wrap around the ear. I have never had any luck getting the normal earbud earphones to stay in my ear when running, so the around the ear feature is a must, but the best I have been able to find of those have only one button, making it hard to control both tracks and volume.
26th June 2014, 01:59 PM   |  #2  
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have you considered stereo bluetooth headsets?
i use the plantronics backbeat 903+ and it works perfectly.


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30th June 2014, 12:36 AM   |  #3  
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have you considered stereo bluetooth headsets?
i use the plantronics backbeat 903+ and it works perfectly.


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I figure that the extra weight from the batteries along with the hassle of having to remember to charge the batteries would make bluetooth headphones more of a hassle than wired ones.
30th June 2014, 01:07 AM   |  #4  
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it's 34grams. if your ears can't handle 34grams combined, then you are waay too sensitive imo.
and it's got 7 hrs of continuous use. I'd say it's a minor inconvenience for not having to deal with wires pulling on your earphones all the time.

EDIT: For perspective.... 34 grams is something like 9 sugar cubes... and that's distributed across 2 ears. so... you're looking at 17 grams on each ears.
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Jaybird bluebuds X.
Even IF in ear h-phones dont git you, they have special clips to hołd them inside.
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i recomend to you Awei TS-130i in Alisxpress every controls working perfectly
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They don't seem to have the wrap around the ear models.

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