The sound quality on these lightweight Philips-made Nike phones is fantastic and we like the sporty look. They’re adjustable in three ways and they’re sweat-resistant, so the quality won’t flag even if you do.
These are really comfortable and have sleeves that serve as an effective sound block for outside noise. This makes them ideal for blocking out annoying gym chitchat, although it may mean they’re too dangerous for running on the road.
These are designed to adjust to the contours of your ear, but we found they didn’t fit too well. They aren’t sound isolating but that’s OK for road running, when you need to hear what’s going on around you.
Launched as the first wireless Bluetooth in-ear earphones, the ety8s will help you avoid getting tangled up in leads while lifting weights. They’re more comfortable than they look and the sound is decent.