Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Logitech Ultimate Ears 100 Headphones

Logitech has entered the headphone market with their line of earbuds, called the Ultimate Ears line. The series ranges from the most budget friendly price of $20 to the wallet braking price of $500. Today, I will be taking a look the the 100's, which are at the bottom of the totem pole.

The Ultimate Ears 100 Headphones are made entirely of plastic and have a cheap look and feel to them. The variety of colors and designs that Logitech has with these headphones are fun, but seemed more intended for children or young teens than adults. One aspect I did like was that they seemed extremely durable and resistant to everyday travel. Comfort with these earbuds wasn't bad, but they did fall out easily when performing any kind of physical activity like running, biking, etc.

With such a low price tag, I wasn't expecting much from the sound quality. Surprisingly, I was impressed by the amount of bass as they pack a punch that most young children and teens will enjoy. Sound quality is another story. While they surely sound better than the stock headphones you get with any MP3 player, it's not $30 better. If your gonna spend the extra money to get some in-ear headphones, you may as well spend the extra $20 and get yourself a better one.

Price: $20
Available Now


  • Inexpensive
  • Designed for Teens & Children
  • Good Amount of Bass


  • Sound Quality
  • Fall Out Easily
  • Cheap Look & Feel

Overall Rating: 6/10

1 comment:

Lanae said...

Honest review. I do like the fact that they sound durable (for my kids), and they probably don't have high standards for sound quality but if they aren't much better than the ear buds that came with my iPod, hmmmm.....

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