Exclusive Sleek design: Comes with a modern, sleek design that highlights simple but functional beauty.Having multiple people with devices and everyone listening to something different due to different musical or YouTube tastes, it's a necessity to have headphones.
Foldable: The Flow headset folds up for easy transport and storage anywhere you want.
In-line Microphone: An In-line omnidirectional microphone that picks up your voice without having to talk directly into it.
In-line Control: The Flow headset features in-line control to allow you to answer calls by pressing the button when being used on a mobile phone and play/pause a song when used in a device that supports inline control with music / Flat Cable: The flat detachable cable designed to prevent tangles in both use and storage while providing the maximum strength.
Compatible and works with any 3.5mm Device and with Turtle Beach TalkBack Cable and Earforce Audio Adapter , Skullcandy Inline Cables, Apple Ipad, Iphone, Air , Mini, Samsung Galaxy s3, s4, s5, s6 , Nokia Phones , Microsoft Surface and Pro, Asus, Lenovo, Msi Notebooks, Panasonic SV-MP010 Digital Audio Player, Sony Walkman , Razer Edge Pro , ProntoTec and Lg G Pad Tablets , Amazon Fire , Dragon Touch Devices , Astro Queo Smartphone , Hp Stream , Acer Iconia , Google Nexus , Dell Venue , Polaroid Tab , Toshiba Encore , Blu Dash , Htc Desire , Nokia Lumia , Ps3 , Ps4 , Ps Vita, Xbox , Xbox One , Sharp Aquos, and many many more broadband compatible devices.
So, I was VERY excited to get these headphones from Sentey.
^^What I received^^
^^Stock photo of the headphones in folded mode^^
I was using SkullCandy headphones before these and they were good, but I wanted something that would fold up for storage/travel. These fold nicely and securely. I don't feel these would be crunched or twisted in travel. The wire is a thick wire, a little smaller than a USB wire.
The headband is made of hard plastic, but it has a good amount of 'play' to them. They will easily stretch over a head, but there is no cushion to them. Granted, neither does the Skullcandy headphones I used before these, but I would have liked even an 1/8" padding for the underside of the headband.
I really liked the fact that there is a removable wire for these. If the wire or the inline microphone died out, I could just replace it with another 3.5 mm male-to-male plug.
These produce a nice sound to them. Everything was clear and crisp. Nothing sounded muffled or dull. The foam around the earpieces is thick, but not overly soft, but not overly hard either. They do have quite a lot of give to them.
^^Stock photo of the In-Line microphone^^
^^Close-up of the In-Line microphone^^
I don't use the phone for calls all that much, so I really can't tell how the in-line microphone works. I would have preferred an in-line volume control, but I think if you had another 3.5 mm male-to-male plug with an in-line volume control, you could switch them out for one another.
The major downfall *I* had with these headphones is that they are designed for kids. I actually didn't know that when I ordered them, and they do hurt my ears if I use them for an extended amount of time. That's the ONLY reason I gave them 4 stars. If they didn't hurt my ears, I'd give them the 5 stars they HONESTLY deserve.
The hardest thing disabled people will have with these is the packaging. My able-bodied roommate nearly cut herself on the plastic outer box. Disabled people should have NO issue actually using these headphones.
These are available from Amazon for $14.99.
Great set of headphone, but they may be painful for those with normal sized ears.
WOULD RECOMMEND: Only for children or those with small ears, but Yes.
**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**