These have the larger 6.3mm jack which means that if you want to use these in a standard music player you're going to need an adaptor.
The earpiece have a lovely soft cushioning feel to them, which makes them nice and gentle around the ears when listening to music for longer periods. Although I do tend to feel a bit of warmth around the ears as these don't let the ear ventilate.
The way that these sit on my head are very comfortable, having adjustable head bands with a a comfort strip of foam like material so that the top of my head doesn't feel like it is being pressed by a heavy load.
These are light, about a pound in total, which means that they don't drag me down when I wear them.
The wire comes into the right side of the earphones, which stops the wire getting snagged in the middle.
The central headband sits nicely on my head, with the upper band being there more for strength that anything.
The sound quality is exceptional, brilliant, out of this world, which is what head phones are about really.
The comfort quality is as good as any other head phones i've used, and have since, with the padded section feeling comfortable and not as airtight as others, which lets my ears breath.
I don't use these when i'm out and about, i'm not a footballer, but when it comes to losing myself in the house these are what I grab for before putting on a little bit of relaxing music.
These are headphones that are well worth looking into when it comes to finding a very well made and very fine way to listen to your favourite music and at the nice price of about £35