a-Jays Two earphones

Swedish brand Jays delivers powerful headphones at an affordable price

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 69.95 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Tangle free, great sound and good quality
the cable if a bit heavy
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Andrew. They are built for good sound to a good price and not for usning when exercising because the flat cable is to heavy and makes a bad noice. I put my cable inside the shirt/jacket when I use them for training or just my bluetooth headphones.

Their new a-Jays five will have a clip on them so that they can be used for exercising as well.




Tangle free
Exercising with them, fitting was painful
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The sound quality is great for sitting down listening to music or movies. Great that they don't get tangled very easily - major problem with iPhone earbuds. Biggest problem though for me is the performance when running. The cords are so wide that they have a lot of surface area to bump into things(themselves, each other, shirt, treadmill bar, arms, etc) and the amount of noise that it creates makes it unbearable to exercise with - had to simply take them off.
Not able to get a good fit that didn't cause me some pain at some point.

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