My I-Mego Jungle Series earphones are one of my more fun purchases. Although I have gradually become more interested in sound quality than anything else, I decided to inject some fun into my commute to work with these quirky earphones from I-Mego. The earphones are quite similar to a lot of in-ear headphones and remind me of the Sennheiser designs in that respect. The difference with the I-Mego earphones, though, is that each earpiece is topped with the head of a different animal. The designs are a rabbit, pig, cow and elephant. I bought the elephant ones, as I thought they looked the least 'girly' of the designs. I think overall they are aimed more towards female users. The sound quality is just as I suspected - for £15 you will rarely get a flawless finish. The whole look and feel of the earphones ensure you don't get your hopes up too much about the sound they will give you, but to be honest these were never designed for that. As a quirky product they are great fun, and if you are left feeling robbed when you pop them in your ears then you should be questioning your buying choice rather than the product themselves. Not only do each design of earphones have little characters of the animals on the earphones, they also have a pawprint badge on the wire where it splits from a single cable out to the individual earpieces. The entire earphones and wiring is pure white which is very much in fashion due to Apple and the Ipod. Overall, for £15 you would struggle to find something as quirky as these are, and the quality couldn't be described as 'poor'. If, like me, you buy these in the knowledge that they will be a fun addition to your music experience then you will enjoy them.
I got these headphones to use for the commute into work after my old ones weren't durable enough for daily use. I haven't had the same problem with this pair. They seem quite durable and I am hoping that this will continue as time goes. on. Best of all, they block out all the noise of my fellow passengers. They are priced in dollars rather than euros but it comes out at about 20 euros which is not too bad.I'm not seriously into music so for my needs the sound quality is very good. I also really like the little rabbit design, but there are also different ones including cows and elephants which are quite sweet.