Body Glove Earglove Sport for Stereo 2.5 mm Headphone

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Body Glove Earglove Sport for Stereo 2.5 mm Headphone

  • Stereo Headset for the active lifestyle
  • Choice of 3 earloop colors to suit your style
  • Patented speaker system delivers crystal clear sound
  • 3.5mm adapter included for music players
  • Compatible with Small to Medium flip phones that have a 2.5mm jack including Samsung, Motorola, LG, and Kyocera (except Nokia)

Benefits

The cell phone headsets are lightweight, portable and can be taken anywhere.

Questions to Consider

  • Does the headset fit your head? Or ear?
  • How easy is it to use?

The Body Glove Earglove Sport Stereo gives you a mobile phone and music player headset in one! This stylish stereo headset has ultra comfortable earloops for a secure fit plus high fidelity speakers for superb sound quality. Just plug the headset directly into your mobile phone or music player (mp3, cd/dvd player, etc) and enjoy!

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2 Responses to “Body Glove Earglove Sport for Stereo 2.5 mm Headphone

  • Review by John Hill "marathoner"

    I can run with these for many miles in heat and they don’t fall off – only one’s I’ve found yet that do that. I do see the concern with the 2.5mm to 3.5mm adapter mentioned by another as I use this with an ipod – not a phone so will try to get an extension or better adapter but the ear fit is second to none – snug into the ear makes the music good and loud. I’ve used them for months now running from sprints to 20+ miles and they just stay on.

  • Review by David

    Summary: The sound is good and helps cancel outside noise. The noise cancellation is especially handy when speaking on the cell phone.

    Buy a $9 headphone extension cord from Radio Shack, model #42-2559, to add 12″ on the short cord, get in-line volume control, and help prevent stress on the jack from the 3.5mm adapter.

    With the extension, these are some sa-weet all-in-one buds at a reasonable price.

    Details:

    I don’t feel any discomfort from the ear loops. But this was after repositioning the ear bud so the wire fits nicely into my ear. Make sure there are no twists in the ear bud wire. If there are no twist, the plastic ear loop feels fine. If there are twists, then you may feel some pain on the ear from the ear loop.

    I do see what Joshua Bies writes about the stress on the jack when the adapter is in place. With the adapter, the stress could break the connections innternally. To counter this jack connecton stress, add some length to the cord, and get in-line volume control, I bought Radio Shack “Volume Control Headphone Extension Cord”, model #42-2559 for $9. The extension will add another 12″ to the cord for the 3.5 mm devices.

    For using it for the cell phone, 2.5 mm jack, I agree that the cord might be too short. I can’t put my cell phone in the pants have deep pockets. To make up for this, I’ll hold the phone (especially good in public so people don’t think I’m talking to God or the voices in my head – joke), find a shirt with a pocket, or tuck the cell phone between me and my pants at the beltline.

    Cell phone call button works with my old-school Samsung SPH-A620 (aka VGA100). I tested the clarity by calling someone on a land-line. The person said my voice comes in clear and I could hear the person fine. When the jack rotated it so it hit against the cell phone shell, the plug did lift and sound was temporarily lost. See caveat below.

    Caveat: I have the model CRC74869 (slightly older model probably, but likely the same functionally looking at the model numbers. Just remove the ’02’ at the end of this model number 7486902). Model 7486902 might not have the lifting problem.

    Note: I bought the model CRC74869 from a Seattle-area Radio Shack for $38 (could have saved $10 if I would have returned and ordered online but I’m an impatient consumer sometimes). Ray, the Radio Shack salesperson recommeded. He also owns a pair for his iPod. If you’re reading this, thanks Ray and stay cool.

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