Zagg Buds? Anybody tried them?

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    Been looking for a new set of earbuds for a bit now after my apple ones got washed..... The zagging ones seem pretty cool but I'm not going to spend $50 on some pretty much untested buds...(as far a audio goes)
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    I use the JVC "Marshmallow" earbuds that cost $20 at Wal-Mart (but they can probably be found for less on the net) and they do an adequate job, but then again, I am not looking for "audiophile" quality from my iPad.
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    All headphones in the $20-$50 range are pretty similar...
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    Well these have the extra keepers so I was really curious about that. As far as the audio your right more than likely they are about par for the price.
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    Now I wish I hadn't deleted the email from Zagg with the 50% off coupon!
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    I have a pair. They're okay. The keeper is the best part. I found that the sound got cut off in one ear at a lower volume level, so I'd have to raise my volume to get stereo again. When I tried them on a call, the other person said they could hardly hear me even though I cranked it up. Lastly, the seal was so good in my ear, that it created a vacuum type feeling in my inner ears so it kind of made me dizzy.

    I gave the headphones to my husband and I reverted back to my Apple headphones.

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