EarBuddyz 2.0 Ear Hooks and Covers Accessories Compatible with Apple AirPods 1 & AirPods 2 or EarPods Headphones/ Earphones/ Earbuds (3 Pairs) (Clear)
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Your AirPods and EarPods will never fall out of your ears again with EarBuddyz 2.0; Engineered from Ultra Premium silicone, EarBuddyz provide twice the comfort; Helps improve ambient noise isolation for your Apple AirPods and EarPods; Easy &...
These. Are. The. BEST.Let me start out this review by saying that I have strange, misshapen alien ears. They may look normal, but I MUST have something going on that other people don't have, because I have never been able to understand how everyone is able to get earbuds to stay in their ears. My life has been one session after another of buying earbuds, putting them in, and them immediately slipping out. Some of them can make it as long as a few minutes, but even a smile will push them right out of town.It's annoying. I have never been able to enjoy wearing anything but enormous over the ear headphones. Which, while great for sound, are not that great when you're sweaty and at the gym.The kind of all confusing earbuds for me so far have been the Apple ones. I don't have Airpods, I just have the corded ones that come with the purchase of a phone and/or iPad. These things are slippery all over, and somehow seem to stay in people's ears like a magical sticky geckos. For me? No way. I put them "in" (I hesitate to say in, I should probably say "on" considering they just sort of rest there with no other means of gripping), and as soon as they were placed, they just dropped to the floor. As useless as balancing a spoon on my nose and then trying to run while keeping it in place.Enter EarBuddyz 2.0I stumbled across these while sitting alone at my desk, drinking wine and googling "why don't earbuds stay in my ears?" for the 1000th time in my life. There was, of course, no answer to be found. But I did come across a list of recommended "fixes" for myself and other people with alien ear affliction. A link to EarBuddyz was on that list, and I decided to give it a shot, fully expecting them to be yet another failed mockery of my strange deformed cartilage layout.They arrived and were easy to maneuver onto the Apple earpods. And I flicked them up into my ears.OH SWEET MERCIFUL GODS.THEY.STAYED.IN.I finally know what it's like to be one of crowd. I can now blend in with the normals and no one knows about my alien ear mutation, because I now also have magical sticky ear geckos of my own.I can run in them, I can sweat with them. I have accidentally pulled on the cord while running and they have STAYED PUT like the glorious little amphibious soldiers that they are.If you are one of my fellow sufferers, I sure hope these work for you as well as they have worked for me. I have two pair and couldn't be happier with them. If anything ever happens to them, I completely plan on buying more. If I could give them ten stars, I would.
Im rating 5 stars. I love these covers, they feel exactly like my bose ie2 (which are my favorite earbud) The hook, the cover, felt so nice in my ear. I love them!One issueThat damn charger case..Airpods will not charge with these on, which I didn't think would be a problem, but sadly it is.I trimmed the hook in hope they would at least work with the charger and I could still have the comfort (as the hard plastic hurts my ears).No luckEarbuddz is an amazing company with an amazing goal that updates there products as needed, I really hope they release a thin line version that works with the case. If they did i would buy asap.Thank you for your read.
I bought these for my AirPods and was excited about how well they fit and how well they held them in my ear. But I was disappointed that they did not have holes to allow for the AirPods sensors that determine if they are in your ear or not. Two pieces of good news for that. I talked to Ronald Mok at the company that makes EarBuddyz and he ensured me that there will be an EarBuddyz 2.0 that will have the holes to allow the sensors to do their thang! The second piece of good news is that you can cut holes for the sensors that allow them to work great!Looking forward to the release of 2.0!