Sunday, 29 March 2015

FSL Xylem Review

While I'm sure by now that all my blog readers know that I'm a big book worm, but some of you may not know that I'm also a big music lover. For me, music is way to forget all my problems and just relax. I went through countless number of AA batteries listening to my Walkman and later a portable CD player throughout my teen years in the 90s. And of course I went through many different headphones.

Now as an adult, I continue to listen to to music daily. Even as I'm writing this, I'm listening to a Halestorm album on my laptop. While I no longer have a Walkman, I do listen to music on a MP3 player, my cell phone and on my stereo.

A weeks ago, I was sent a nifty pair of FSL Xylem headphones to review. These earbuds have a cool wooden look to them. It has a microphone and a small one-button remote, which gives you full control over your music tracks and your phone calls with just one click. It features a 3.5mm socket, so it's compatible with most smartphones, tablets, iPods, MP3 players and laptops, as well as a small storage bag.

I've had a bad year with headphones as I'm already on my third pair for my new MP3 player, so  I was more then eager to try out the FSL Xylem headphones. The first thing  I noticed was that these earbuds were constructed better than the other pairs I have used recently. I've always had a problem with other earbuds as they had a habit of slipping out my ears, but these earbuds fit perfectly. The sound is great as well as the base. Overall, I do like the FSL Xylem headphones.

The FSL Xylem can be purchased on

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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