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Panasonic RP-HS11 Water-Resistant Lightweight Sport-Clip Headphones with Washable Pads (Blue)


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  • Super lightweight jogger headphones
  • Sweat and Water resistant
  • Washable earpads
  • Additional pair of earpads included

Technical Details

  • Sports-Style

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 4.3 x 8.8 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00012F8AY
  • Item model number: RP-HS11-S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 20, 2003

Product Description

Panasonic RP-HS11 Sport Clip-On Headphones with Washable Earpads

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Customer Reviews

My advice: skip this item.
Pearl Earring
Well, I don't have to replace them b/c of water damage, but the shape of them tend to hurt my ears and so I can't wear them very long without discomfort.
Acetaminophen
Great sound and very comfortable.
RUSTININSEATTLE

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 72 people found the following review helpful By A. Cheng on August 9, 2007
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First thing: My ears despise earbuds. Whenever I've tried any pair of earbuds, they immediately fall out once I start walking. My cheap pair of clip headphones worked much better, but whenever I ran, the foam earpads would start coming apart. Not to mention that foam gets quite hot when you're running...

Seeing that this product has removable rubber earpads, I was naturally intrigued. Once I tried them running, I was hooked. They stay on my ears! You do have to twist the clip toward the back of your ear to get it to fit right, but once they're there, they're not coming off. What's also great is that they're superlight, and come with a small clip on the cord so you won't be hitting any extra cord length as you work out. The cord length overall works well for me, since I wear my mp3 player on my upper arm. I can't really speak for the toughness of this product, since I keep my mp3 player and these headphones in a small bag so it doesn't get tangled up with everything else I have in my gym bag.

The sound is pretty adequate, not anything spectacular. But hey, if you wanted really great sound, you'd probably either spend a lot more money or not listen to music while working out. (The gym is not a good place to truly appreciate the nuances in music, really...) I'm just happy that I've found something light, hardy, and secure!
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By R. Meade Mcdermott on July 24, 2007
I use these at the gym. Straight buds fall out of my ears when I run, so I need some sort of over-the-head or over-the-ear attachment. Non-sports models corrode within weeks (sweaty ears, apparently). I've also tried the Sony MDR-A35G S2 Sports Headphones with Sweat Guard Mechanism, which work well. However, I always manage to break an internal wire on the Sonys within 6 months of near-daily use, usually near the plug (I know, because when I jiggle the wire where it enters the plug head, the sound will return to one of the earphones, albeit briefly). The Panasonic RP-HS11s ultimately suffered the same fate, but they lasted twice as long as the Sonys.

Also, the Panasonics' ability to flip out the phones while still hooked onto your ear comes in handy, e.g., when someone is talking to you but you haven't yet decided whether what they're saying merits turning off your music. Excellent price-performance ratio. I'd've given them five stars, but I'm saving that rating for something really special.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tzy Kao on November 11, 2006
Since there are no pictures nor reviews, I hesitated but eventually took a chance and ordered one since it's cheap and is made by Panasonics. I was happy I did because it not only works great, it looks good. It took a while to figure out how to keep it snug on my ear so it doesn't move easily because the user guide is pittiful. I think the trick is to:

1. move the ear clip away from the headphone

2. clip it to your ear and make sure it's as far down and forward as possible

3. let the headphone snap back and make sure it catches your ear on the rear side of the headphone.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Nardelli on March 3, 2008
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I hate hate hate earbuds and I hated my old headphones falling off when I want jogging, to the gym, or when I did abs (I had pair of Sony's in a style similar to these).

These headphones are great. They lock onto your ears securely, they don't budge while I'm running, doing jumping jacks, doing abs, or at the gym. They're also very comfy.

Some users have commented that they're hard to put on. At first, they're a little counterintuitive. But, they don't take long to get the hang of.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W. W. Y. on June 5, 2007
I needed new headphones when my behind the neck headphone's foam padding around the ear part got ripped in my bag. my ears dont like buds, it either hurts or doesn't stay in. so i tried to find something that didn't have padding and weren't buds--i was pleasantly surprised by this product. it is very light weight, doesn't hurt my ears, and sort of cute looking. some cons: it looks fragile, but i haven't put this into my bag yet (school year hasn't started yet) so i can't tell you if it survives better than my other headphones. also, i think those close to you will be able to hear the music, but then again, it seems everyone hears each other's music these days. it seems interesting that it is water and sweatproof but i haven't done anything to test that. also, the dark grey looking part that hooks over your ear is actually clear. well, my pair are clear. also, it's smaller than it looks. and i worry that the wiring will be torn apart in my bag, but as i said, i haven't checked that out yet.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By David Reflow on August 28, 2007
The clip-on function and the rubberized washable earpads are a good idea, but don't make up for the lack of performance. I have an ipod shuffle, whick as you know doesn't put out the most amount of power. My old headphones were Sony behind the neck wraparound. I would have to crank the volume control to the max to get any loudness. These Panasonics looked right up my alley since I use the headphones for working out and running. They are super lightweight, and I don't have to worry about sweating up the foam pads since these are rubber. However, the volume level did not increase, even though these are smaller than my old ones. And as far as any bass goes, forget it! They sound hollow and tinny. Nice thought, but I'll stick with my old ones. Will maybe try the Koss clip-ons.
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