Saturday, 8 August 2015

Snug Plug n Play Headphones Review



I've been a music lover since I was a young kid, so over the years I've been through dozens of different style of head phones. I've used them to listen to music on my walkmans (remember those?), portable CD players, MP3 players, stereos and now on my laptop.

Headphones aren't exactly cheap anymore with some as high as $200 or more, which don't last any longer than a $10 pair. I've already been through two pairs this year. A pair of stereo headphones quit after a few months of use and I accidentally vacuumed over of earbuds.

That being said, I was excited when I was picked to review the Snug Plug n Play Headphones, which are technically attended for kids, but are suitable for just about any age. The headphones come in six different colors (blue, red, purple, black, green and pink) and can currently be bought on Amazon for $11.46.


For headphones (blue) under $12, I wasn't for sure what to expect when I received it in the mail yesterday afternoon. Let me start out with the negatives: there is no volume control on the headphones, it's made from cheap plastic and the wire can easily be pulled out, which is bad if you the user (especially kids) are rough with the headphones. The only two positive things that I found with the headphones is that they are adjustable, so that teenagers and adults can wear them and it has a decent bass to it. Overall, Snug Plug n Play Headphones are alright for the most part for price. Only time will tell how long it'll actually last.



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


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