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Very solid and well made. This makes cutting holes of most sizes extremely easy. I should have bought this a long time ago.
I really had faith in the product. But overall, I've noticed no difference. I now have heart palpitations, which I've never had before. I can't blame them on this product, but 2 days off of it and I have noticed a major decrease in them.
These products, if the real thing, (and these were), never fail to meet my expectations. I have used them for over 15 years. And Amazon's service is always exceptional. I do wish shipping could be quicker for standard. I wish I could afford Amazon Prime as I am impatient when I need my products. If you ever have another special for Amazon Prime like the one before Christmas....I should definitely ASK for it á a gift!! Lol
I received this product on 11/14 and it stopped working already. I was only able to use it a handful of times and it won't even turn on already. When it did work, it did a good job at straightening my curls, but it didn't leave me with the smooth finish I was hoping for based on ad. That being said, it still was nice to have the curl brush option. Now I have to figure out if and how I can get a refund for this defective product (which I bought with birthday money given to me) . Oh, and I paid 49.99 for it to boot, and I now I see it listed for less. Very disappointed. Buyer beware.
I own the Legacy over-ear (ANC) Headphones with 3-Stage Technology purchased directly from A-Audio in Sept. 2014. It's easy for me to say these are the best headphones I've ever owned or tried. I am a software engineer and often use these headphones for 4+ hours daily. I've owned many pairs of Bose headphones that are supposed to be amazing, but they simply do not last. These A-Audio headphones are extremely durable and well made. Even the padding has not worn in the slightest on the earpieces or headband. I took a risk buying these when they were relatively new and not even available on Amazon, but I haven't second guessed the decision yet. The active noise cancelling + bass mode is my favorite setting, perfect for bumping music that is completely immersive. The noise cancelling is surprisingly effective, especially combined with the high quality padding on the earpieces. I've literally had people hitting my desk trying to get my attention and I still could not hear them with my computer volume on 2. The design is perfect for portability and durability. The earpieces fold sideways, and inward too so they can be carried in a flat case (included) only a couple inches wide. The included case is well-made and designed to look good. The wire is not fixed to the headphone so if you get caught on something, the wire simply comes out of the headphone without ripping them off of your head. You can also daisy-chain another set of headphones to the unused headphone audio port which I thought was a cool idea in the event you want to share a movie with someone on your laptop on a plane or something. Two wires are also included, one that has volume/phone controls and a regular cable. Overall, these headphones are of extremely high quality. Oh, and yes I'm wearing them now, despite having 3 sound systems in the house.
I'm going to start by saying my hair has been every colour under the sun. Which has been tricky, seeing as I'm a natural ginger. I'm not new to this game, I've been colouring my hair for a LOT of years, both salon and boxes. Not to blow my own trumpet, but I'm pretty damn good at doing a DIY job at home. Yes I've had some disasters, but anyone that's ever coloured their hair themselves probably has too. And we learn from those disasters (eggplant purple with my skin tone?? AWFUL. That took 5 hours in the chair and £200 to sort out, grrr).