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Started by
mbosano
Posted June 15, 2004
At 9:03
headphones forrunning

I use headphones when running (radio or iPod) and use very simple and inexpensive buds that fit in the ear. I have 2 pairs of Sony buds one with a long lead - for use with the radio which clips to my waist and a short set for use with the iPod which i strap to my arm. The only advice i would give is to conceal the wire under clothing so as to make it more secure - if the wire flaps it will be irritating and also the buds are more likely to fall out....

Sometimes simple is best :)

(again the post reply does not seem to work???)

Replies to this discussion Total Responses:2
Posted June 19, 2004
At 22:41
Re: headphones forrunning(Reply 1)

Bought a pair of Philips headphones that clip around my ears.  The headphone part is the same as the usual (cheap) plug in the ear version, but they have a stalk and a plastic 'thing' that supposedly allows it to fit to any ear.

They fit fine in mine. :-)

A little uncomforatable to wear all day (as I did for gardennng once!) but fine for the odd hour running.

Had them a couple of months - and they cost something like 10.
Posted Jul 23, 2004
At 8:38
Re: headphones forrunning(Reply 2)

these sound like ones i have recently bought - they are Phillips and marketed as 'for running' that basically means that they do not move as they are clamped to the ear. A tad uncomfortable to start but they do not move at all and the sound is good. Perhaps they are uncomfortable as my ears are too big???

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