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Friday, June 08, 2007

Sennheiser OMX 70 Sport Style Headphones: Healthy Listening

Sennheiser OMX 70 Sport Style Headphones Product PageWith my upcoming wedding coming just around the corner, priorities have started to change. Instead of running around the Azeroth in the World of Warcraft all night, i've been running on the treadmill trying to somewhat get fit and healthy. At times though, running can get a bit boring so I turn on my iPod and run away to Thirsty Merc's album. I'm currently using a pair of CX 300's, not the ideal headphones for running I must say, or any sport save for Chess, as they keep popping out of my ear when i'm bounding away. What I really need is a pair of Sennheiser OMX 70 Sport Style Headphones. With the same quality sound i've come to enjoy about Sennheiser headphones, the OMX 70 have been designed for the sports person inside of you. The OMX 70 is sweat and water resistant, though I wouldn't recommend for swimming! And they are also designed not only to stick in your ear but also clip around them as well, ensuring a nice fit that holds tightly to your ear. They also come in a funky green colour!

Features of the Sennheiser OMX 70 Sport Style Headphones:
- Ergonomic design ensures optimum fit and comfort
- Powerful neodymium magnets for detailed sound
- Sweat and water-resistant
- Extremely rugged headphones and cable
- Accessories: ear adapter set, cable clip and carrying case

Order your Sennheiser OMX 70 Sport Style Headphones here at Mr.Gadget Australia today!

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  • At Monday, 07 January, 2008, Blogger Reuben said…

    Have you had a crack with these on a bike or cycle machine?

    Currently using an older model of the Sennheiser MX 55 VC Street, but they're proved to be a little slmisy (or I'm too rough). The rubber nubs from the twist end come off too easily, and the rubber seals around the headphone also come off too easily. And the wire is just a little too thin for my liking (just no pleasing some people, but I do prefer the non tangle thickness of the CX 300).


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