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NEW-EARBUDi Clips on and off Your Apple iPod®, iPhone 5®, and iPhone 6® EarPods

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  • Snaps on and off your NEW Apple iPod® & iPhone 5 & iPhone 6 EarPods making your earbuds better
  • Earbud tilts and rotates giving you a custom fit
  • Soft rubber ear loop provides comfortable earbud support
  • Full Satisfaction Guaranteed / Apple earbuds not included / Patent Pending
  • 1 Year Warranty. Simple.
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Product Description

EARBUDi's clip on and off your NEW iPod & iPhone 5 & iPhone 6 EarPods. Keeps earbuds in your ears during any sporting activity or for general use. Turns your standard Apple EarPods into sport buds. iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple, Inc.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.2 x 2.2 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00A7VYO90
  • Item model number: earbudi05
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (537 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,391 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at June 19, 2010
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Aluqman on January 3, 2013
I bought these clips, because I personally like the sound quality of the new earpods that came with my iphone 5 however I had a hard time keeping them in my ears while on my runs. I could have gotten a cheap set of behind the ear headphones but I personally like the option of being able to remove the clips when I dont need them.

Pros: The Earbudi clips stay on during my 4-5 mile runs, they can at times get a little slippery when I sweat a lot, but that only happened once and all I had to do is take them off, wipe the sweat off my earpods, and the earbudi clips and put them back on, works like a charm!

-They are comfortable, no chaffing or uneasiness, the material is a very soft rubber.

-The plastic part that clips onto the earpod does not obstruct any of the holes in the earpods (if you have a pair of earpods you'll notice they have vents or holes in the stem and the back which I assume are for airflow)

-They havent changed in color yet, I've used them in nearly 10 runs.

Cons: The rubber behind the ear clips can detach from the plastic clips themselves (ie the part that sits behind your ears can be removed from the part that is clipped onto the earpods) im not sure if this was done so that you could wash them, but my only gripe is that when they get sweaty the rubber part comes off way too easily. It hasn't come off during a run yet, but when I go to remove them from my earpods, sometimes the rubber part comes off while the plastic part thats attached to the earpod stays on. This is not a big issue but for a piece of plastic that cost me $10 at the writing of this review, and serves no purpose other that keeping my earpods in place I would expect better build quality.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By sleepy on May 13, 2013
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Delivered on April 2, 2013. Today is May 13, 2013. The plastic part of the right hook, where the Apple ear buds snap into place, has already broken. The construction is simply too cheap and flimsy to withstand any normal amount of wear&tear. Some people might chalk this up to my negligence, but trust me when I say that I have taken exemplary care of this product.

I would also like to note that the actual hooks do not stay in place very well. I thought, maybe, the reviews I had read prior to placing my order were simply outliers (from a statistical perspective). The material feels cheap and, again, too flimsy to merit any decent rating. I used this product to help with gym and basketball sessions.

Honestly? I found myself re-adjusting them more than anything else; whether that would be dribbling, shooting, lifting, stretching, etc. I considered this option as a pragmatic and, financially sound, option instead of buying brand new headphones with an in-line mic to stay on securely during exercise.

Needless to say, I will never buy these again. I hate one-sided reviews because it sounds like I'm just hating on the product... But unfortunately this is how the story has unfolded. PHENOMENAL concept, HORRENDOUS execution.

P.S. This was used for the iPhone 5 and its new ear bud design. I will more than likely be buying the Klipsch Reference One headphones with in-line mic and controls because, quite frankly, I hate the Apple ear buds and I am extremely dissatisfied with this Earbudi product. Any amount of sweat will make these clips slip off of your ears. The design of where the hooks meet the clips is underdeveloped.

Do yourself a favor and avoid this product at all costs, even if it's only $10. I'm glad that it was only $10 because I can live with that mistake. I'm going to find new headphones that will fit securely ASAP though.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Evans on January 18, 2013
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I have relied for a long time on the same pair of over-the-ear headphones which finally died on me. Ear buds don't stay in my ears, and the latest "earpods" were no exception. I commute daily for 2 hours with headphones in, plus a good 30-40 minute run at lunch. The trouble with the earpods was that in order to stay in my ears, I'd have to jam them in so that they hurt after a while, and then I'd have to sit perfectly still, hold my breath, and face North-Northeast; then they'd stay in for a while. I saw these things and figured that the $10 was worth the risk. If they were terrible, then it didn't hurt the bank as much as the $60 alternative headphones I was considering. Having tried them now, I'd gladly have paid more. $15-20 would be a reasonable price. The clips are hard plastic, and it seems you have to slide the stem of the earpods into the clips after dropping the wire through first. Then, you can slide the clips up and down the earpod as you like, I suppose for the unique shape of your ear. You can also swivel them on the axis or angle them in or out, although I'm not sure this angling would make much of a difference, other than helping them be more flexible to different ears. The rubber hooks are soft and I don't feel them over or behind my ear in the slightest. They're also very quick to put on (I start with the earbud in place, then wrap the hook over the ear). When taking them off, I haven't had them come apart like other reviewers. After a while, I develop a little pain in my right ear, but I think that's because I just don't have the earpod positioned correctly, which has nothing to do with the earbudi.
They do stick out from the ears slightly. The clip is on the back of the earpods, and the rubber is on the back of the clip.
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