Thursday, February 24, 2011

Sony PIIQ Qlasp Headphones

Since Sony has always been a top seller in the headphone market, it comes as no surprise that they have come out with an urban and street friendly lineup of headphones. Thee PIIQ headphones draw inspiration from artists, street culture and athletes. Sony is trying to attract some of SkullCandy's clients by using similar designs. With the PIIQ headphones, Sony has promised quality sound quality with high style. Sony has hired professional skateboarders, Chris Cole and Tom Asta. The PIIQ line has 5 different styles with each having a variety of color options. The prices range from $15 to $100. Today, I will review the Sony Qlasps.

The design of these in-ear headphones are very unique. Instead of most clip-on earphones which go around the back of the ear, these earphones clip on around the earlobe. When put on correctly, the earphones appear that you have earrings on. Sony has developed these headphones for those who need a secure fit whether that be skating down a ramp or shredding down a mountain. Since the Qlasp's are made for the extremely physical activities, these headphones are not for everybody. The clips are uncomfortable for some and look kind of strange for everyday use. However, the sound quality is surprisingly good and the price won't break the bank. The Sony PIIQ Qlasp headphones are made for the young, hip and active person who doesn't mind the odd earlobe clip.

Price: $19.99
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Pros
  • Price
  • Wont Fall out
  • Color Options
Cons
  • Not for Everyday Use
  • Uncomfortable for Some
  • Strange Design
Overall Rating: 5/10


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