JVC HA F130D Gumy phones
Product Type: JVC headphones
Description:Model ID HA-F130D / JVC HA F130D Gumy phones - Headphones ( ear-bud ) - Valencia orange / JVC's popular and colorful Gumy headphones are now more colorful and more comfortable than ever. The new Gumy (model HA-F130) sports a color-matching cord and has been redesigned with ... more
JVC HA F130D Gumy phones ... with a soft rubber smaller body to be more comfortable and to fit more snugly. Other improvements include a slightly shortened cord - from 3.9 to 3.3 feet - so they're more manageable when used with a portable digital audio player.
Newest Review: ... After all the brands I've tried I'd definitely recommend JVC Gumy headphones for a number of reasons. Firstly the price. On ... more
Customer JVC HA F130D Gumy phones Reviews (4)
by - written on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 8 readings)
I've got an ipod that goes everywhere with me and is always in my bag or my pocket. I listen to it nearly everyday so I've gone through quite a few sets of headphones through normal wear and tear and from being jostled in my bag. I've used the original white ipod headphones and various other brands ranging in price from about £3 to £30 which also, to my dismay, ended up breaking. After all the brands I've tried I'd definitely recommend JVC Gumy headphones for a number of reasons. Firstly the price. On average these headphones cost about £5 online though they can be up to about £10 in supermarkets and in HMV so I'd always buy online. I feel that this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10, updated on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
From experience the teeny tiny mini headphones we all know and love and insist on wearing whilst hooked up to an Ipod at full blast don't tend to last too long. After all they do take a lot of battering during every day use, but it can be very frustrating when you have to go out looking for a set of new ones as it seems to be a mine field of choices and specs with a vast range of difference in prices. We went out hunting for replacements and chose a pair of these JVC gummy style in ear headphones. This was in part due to the funky range of colours they come in from purple to red, to white and the orange that we chose. The thought was that if you are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Im sure alot reading this review will have an Ipod or some kind of mp3 player. Since I got my Ipod 1 and half year ago I have went through roughly four pairs of earphones including the standard white Ipod one's to some expensive fancy ones costing a whopping £35!!!! all have broke within months for various reasons, sound fading, wire around connection fraying, and most annoyingly when one earphone stops working I was fed up of paying £15 for a set of earphones that turn out to only last a few months so i looked for a budget pair. I stumbled across these JVC ones at my local asda for only £4.99 a fraction of the cost of previous purchases. I noticed firstly the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10 (Somewhat useful, 8 readings)
These headphones are great. you can purchase them in many different coulours so they fit your personality or match your mp3 player. the cord is quite long giving extra length to move around and share the mp3 player with a friend. this also means they can ealisy be plugged into a radio when you cant play it out loud. the head phones are relitavily cheap, mine cost just 6.99 but this also means they can break easliy after a while and the sound can break up aswell as the plastic covering wearing away leaving bear wire. it may be worth spending a little more on a pair of heapd phone you can trust if you are going to be using them alot. for the ocassional listener these are .. Read the complete review
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