Best economical behind the ear neckband head phones for gym or running workout – Auvio at RadioShack

Posted on January 22, 2012. Filed under: Fitness, Health | Tags: , , , , , , |

Recently I lost my head phones in the gym shower room, and I was looking to get a new one. If you are like me who run on the treadmill or outside, and want to use your iPhone, mp3 player, or just connect to the TV on the treadmill, you know we need a good headphone that will sit firmly on our ears, which doesn’t fall out when we are in motion, and the one which doesn’t actually hurt, and the one which sounds good, and the one which doesn’t cost us a fortune … Yes, we are looking for a good, economical behind the ear phones, which have a neckband.

I shopped around a lot, and I found “AUVIO® Agility Band Behind the Neck Headphones” head phones at RadioShack to be an excellent match for what I just described. It offered

  •  Price: $12.99
  • Excellent comfort (it actually has some rubberized silicone cups over the speakers to increase the comfort – 3 included in the box)
  • Long chord (can connect to the headphone jack on the treadmill and still keep running at high speeds)
  • Never fell
  • Very small, light weight
  • Excellent sound quality, can actually hear the base very well.
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Just thought it will help people looking for similar headphones …. Happy running ….

Have been using this for more than 2 months now, and very happy with it. Don’t go for expensive ones, you can actually lose it anytime. You may not get it online, try any B&M stores.


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