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Nike SB HJ020 Lightweight Sport Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Nike

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  • Lightweight, unobtrusive headphones specifically designed for movement
  • Behind-the-head design with rear cable exit improves stability and comfort
  • Soft, sweat-resistant earpieces fit securely within the lobes
  • 15 mm neodymium drivers create 10 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response
  • 3.5 mm stereo chrome connector and 3.9-foot cable
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Product Description

Product Description

Athletes don't just listen to music. They use it. Introducing Portable Sport Audio by Nike and Philips, the worldwide leaders in sport and technology. These sport headphones are specifically designed for runners and riders. The behind the head design with rear cable exit improves stability and comfort. They feature soft, sweat resistant earpieces. Plus, they sound great!

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Combining Philips' audio expertise with Nike's athlete-focused ingenuity, these lightweight sport headphones are an ideal fit for runners, skaters, and other active users. The phones are specifically built for movement, with an unobtrusive behind-the-head design that feels comfortable even during strenuous activity, along with a pair of soft, sweat-resistant earpieces that sit securely in the ear at all times. In addition, the 3.9-foot cable drapes in the rear rather than the front, so no matter how often you swing your arms or swivel your head, the cord stays out of your way. Of course, the best design in the world means nothing if your music sounds flat, which is why Nike included a pair of 15 mm neodymium drivers with a strikingly deep bass response of 10 Hz. The drivers create a rich, precise soundscape that impresses even in the midst of noisy traffic and talkative pedestrians. Additional features include an oxygen-free copper cord and a 3.5 mm chrome connection, both of which ensure a high-quality signal transfer.

What's in the Box
SB HJ020 headphones, user's manual.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000789GC
  • Item model number: HJ020
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 24, 2003

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The ear bud angle isn't quite right, but it sort of works....
A.L.
When you do turn your head, they brush against your neck or shirt, and the scratching sound transfers directly into your ear, not that bad but distracting.
Gary V.S.
I have to wear them upside down, which is majorly uncomfortable, just to get them to stay in my ears.
J. Gaffga

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Stone on December 3, 2006
I love these headphones! I have loved each of the six -- yes, six!! -- pair I've had. I love them so much that every time they quit working, I go back for more.

As a previous reviewer noted, sweat seems to ruin these headphones -- easily. I use them on the treadmill, and each pair has lasted somewhere between six weeks and six months.

If you're buying these for non-workout purposes, I very highly recommend them. If you plan on doing some sweating, either go ahead and buy several pair or keep shopping.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By micmic on September 27, 2004
I bought the Philips/Nike armband radio about a year ago. I've been using it sparsely, and only during running. First set of headphones stopped working after about 20 hours of playing. I thought "oh well, these things happen" and bought another one. I was extremely gentle with it, I was making sure that I wouldn't pull the cord in any way. Still, second set of headphones stopped working exactly like the first one: Apparently the cord was cut again, somewhere in the jack. At that time I was really pissed off, but unfortunately next time I went for a run the only shop around was a Nike, so I ended up with a 3rd set of headphones. Believe it or not, that set broke too, BEFORE the first battery was exhausted. At that time I decided to write this review and make it clear that I'll never buy anything else from Philips (who's responsible for this terrible manufacturing quality)
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Derek Dysart on February 15, 2005
I bought these to run on a treadmill with, and for that they work great. I personally didn't have any of the fit issues others complained about. For "ear bud" style head phones, I like the design, the pressure the headbad gives definately helped them stay in place. The cord is on the short side, so it is better suited to some sort of arm band device where you can route the cord behind your back. The nice thing with that is the cord isn't flopping around in front of you when you run.

The only problem I have with them is someone stole them when I was at the gym. My own fault I suppose for letting them out of my sight. I'm looking to definately replace them with the same model.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary V.S. on January 27, 2008
There are many other reviews about how poor the construction on these are, how uncomfortable they are, and how they do not handle workouts well. So I'll just list the pros and cons from my experience.
Pros
- lightweight
- inexpensive
- black? don't know if this counts but I was fishing for another pro, why not color, there isn't much else
Cons
- Turn your head right or left and they exert unpleasant pressure on your ear.
- When you do turn your head, they brush against your neck or shirt, and the scratching sound transfers directly into your ear, not that bad but distracting.
- Can't really use them at the gym because of the behind the neck design. When your back is against any seat, bench, equipment, they are forced out of your ears.
-For similar reasons with the uncomfortable design and scratching against clothing, running with them is ok, they stay in better than your standard Ipod freebie ear buds but nowhere near as well as other ear bud designs.
Neutral
-Sound is ok, I had to adjust my Ipod sound settings for some time because the bass sounds hollow. Other than that they sound good.

I have a second pair of HJ030's and I like those. They suffer from poor handling of sweat and the sound is ok but they are very comfortable for me and even though I am on my second pair and I expect in the future even more replacements...I'll keep getting them for a while because of the adjustable over-the-ear arm and they work for what I want them for..gym workouts and running.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 14, 2003
I have to say that these headphones were a big disappointment. When I saw that Nike had sponsored behind the head headphones I was quite exited. I lift weights everyday and saw this as the perfect way to listen to my tunes. Unfortunately these did not fit the bill.
First off the band sticks to your neck. Every time you turn your head one of the earphones falls out of your ear. And all I'm doing is lifting weights. I can't imagine the difficulties a runner would have.
Second their is a blue cover on each of the earphones. After these flimsy pieces of rubber fell off after only one month of use I found that they are used for comfort. Without these rubber protectors. The earphones themselves are very uncomfortable.
Lastly the mini connector is about an inch long. I assume the design is for reinforcement but it sticks out from your player way too far. Looks dumb and it gets caught on things.
I will say that it produces some great sound. Too bad the design stinks! Look elsewhere for behind the neck headphones, I know I will.
B
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scott HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 1, 2006
I had these for about a year before sound went out in the left bud. I did have problems with the buds coming out of my ears, but not too much to be bothered with it. I would just stickl them back in every once in awhile. Over a 10 mile run I would have to reinsert the earbud 3-4 times. The main reason I liked these though is because of the design. The connector fits over the back of your head instead of on top of it, and the wire runs down the middle of your back. This keeps the phones out of the way of my hat and away from my arms, and also made it less noticeable that I had headphones in. I can take my hat off while running without having to remove my phones first. I've looked for other headphones that have this design but can't find any.

However, the sound quality wasn't that great (about what I would expect for $15 phones) and I can see how the buds slipping out would be annoying for some people. In fact, if the phones didn't have the behind-the-head design I talked about, I'd probably give them only 1 star.
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