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Nike HJ080 Skylon Flight Metal 3-way Sport headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Nike

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  • Ultra Lightweight design stainless steel
  • Adjustable earhook
  • Sweat- resistant earpiece
  • Carrying pouch

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Nike
  • Model: HJ080
  • Color Name: Stainless/Black

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 7 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000BNXTXG
  • Item model number: HJ080
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Skylon flight metal 3 way adjustable Sport headphones, have a radical new design aimed at athletes and Audiophiles. All metal, lightweight, 3-way adjustable for different size ears.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I was let down by how insufficient the bass was on these.
M. Morales
They were comfortable, attractive, and they didn't fall out of your ears when running.
A. LaChelle
Also the sound quality seems great to me but I only buy cheap headphones anyway.
Sapan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Westcott on January 12, 2007
I do not give them Great sound because the speakers are like 1/4 inch in size

and you just can not get great sound from someting that small at this price. I am lucky to have an EQ in my MP3 player ( Creative Zen )so I did not have the Bass problem mentioned by some one else

These are by far the most comfortable headphones of this style I have ever used and sound almost as good as my Sony MDR-V150 head phones but not as good as my large Koss phones I am very happy with them
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Yettie805 on September 1, 2009
I bought the white plastic version of these head phones the first go around. Then I forgot to take them out of my pocket when I washed my pants.. the dryer fried them.

I am in the Air Force and I run/work out a lot, and these little devils are great. There is this piston on the top of the ear bud that goes up and down, and then there is this kind of a curved latch that you push down behind your ear and it locks them in place. The plastic ones worked so well, that I decided to get ANOTHER pair. Then I found these fellars. Didn't even know they made ones out of metal.

The weight on these things is nice. They stay put. And they came with some sponge over the speakers which is nice for now even though I know it will eventually rip off. There is also this handy little rubber thing that you wrap the cord around to keep it from getting tangled. I thought it was dumb at first and then I was like, "Holy Hell! This is actually super useful!" And now I use it all the time.

The sound is good enough. Not studio quality and the base doesn't vibrate your head, but they sound every bit as good as the headphones that come with an iPod. That's really about all.

Annnnnnddddddd, I'm done.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By rleejr79 on February 4, 2009
Purchased from Target for a little less than $50. I have tried almost all the headphones for working out and running for over the ear but none seemed to fit my small ears until now. These were great. Working out and running, they never fell out. Having the cord on the outside of my shirt, and using a machine that I had to make contact with the pad, it pulled the cord apart. I returned them to Target and got another pair. I had to return two more sets because the left speaker busted. Now that my return is out of date, my fourth pair busted on the left side again. There will NOT be a fifth pair.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Daren Barker on February 5, 2008
I bought these headphones at Target for $50, hoping to get a comfortable, decent sounding pair of earphones... I was extremely disappointed, no, shocked, at the pitiful sound quality from these earphones! It was so obvious that I didn't even need to compare them against other earphones to immediately realize the lack of sound quality. I had already been suspicious when I noticed that Nike did not put any specifications whatsoever regarding the driver of the earphones anywhere on the box, and I quickly realized why. A good set of earphones should provide adequate bass... these immediately sounded "tinny". Upon turning up your iPod to maximum, the sound is completely distorted as if it's blowing out the earphones drivers.

Next, I compared these headphones against my iPod Touch's factory earphones, a $15 pair of Sony over the ear style earphones, and an ordinary pair of headphones under $20.

The $15 pair of Sony earphones, completely blew the Nike's out of the water. And I wouldn't say that the Sony earphones were good either, these were the cheapest Sony earphones that Target sells. That's how bad these Nike's were! Also, with all of the other "cheap" headphones, not one of them experienced the horrible distortion that the Nike's did when turned up to max.

I returned the Nike's to Target about an hour later, so I can't comment much on comfort as I didn't wear them more than 10 minutes. I was surprised though to discover how HEAVY these headphones are, they're made out of metal. I would imagine the extra weight would be an annoyance to your ears, and would make them staying in place even more difficult when moving or jogging... I don't know that from experience though, it just seems common sense.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By KG on March 21, 2007
The earclip hinges were a bit loose out of the box. After I tightened them (torx t6 screws) they worked well, and stayed put. They are all metal so are quite heavy, about 0.5 oz each - for comparison my iPod Nano 2G weights about 1.45 oz. The metal seems to help with the sound quality, which I found to be very good. They have quite a wide frequency response (8-24000 Hz) for `phones in this price range. I use them for running, and haven't had any problem with them falling out of my ears, and they're comfortable for me. The wire connection to the earbuds seems a little flimsy, and the wires tend to tangle more than other headphones I've had. Other than that, they're great!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lou Hamilton on June 25, 2007
My first pair of headphones for my new iPod were the Sennheiser OMX70s. Out of the box I loved these headphones. The color and the build were both very appealing to me and very cool. However, once I started to workout on the treadmill, they began to fall out of place.

I could not live with that so I returned then and tried the Nike Skylon headphones. All I can say is "WOW!"

These fit my ears perfectly and sound great. Although some have complained about the weight of them, this has not impacted me. I wear them for 1 - 1.5 hours at a time and have not felt they were getting heavy or bothering me a bit.

I would highly recommend these as a set of headphones to try.
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