Thursday, June 11, 2015

FSL Al13 Heavy Bass Earbuds work perfectly for relaxing to music or working out #HeavyBassEarbuds

If you like clear stereo sound and big bass like me you are going to love these flat cable earphones. I use them running and they are great. They offer stunning stereo sound and a deep, booming bass. It is hard to believe but they provide an amazing overall listening experience for their size. They are crafted with durable materials used in manufacturing and a robust design.  These are a perfect option if you're looking for exercise headphones or just some casual listening. They have a really comfortable fit and  are totally size-adjustable too.
The FSL sound isolating earbuds come with 3 adjustable sizes of rubber eartips, small, medium and large. Whatever your ear size, you are guaranteed a snug, comfortable fit that blocks out external noise and delivers clear, high quality sound with booming bass to your ear. Carrying pouch is also included.

FSL sound isolating earbuds even have universal compatibility. These noise isolating earbuds are compatible with any electronic device that uses a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. This means all versions of the iPod and iPhone, all Android phones, all tablets, laptops, PCs, portable gaming systems and CD or DVD players are good to go with these. The flat cable is robust and tangle-resistant. Look at the cool. I really like that I can enjoy easy use of my noise cancelling earbuds while I am on-the-go without having to worry about them getting tangled in my pocket. The flat cable used in construction of the FSL Aluminum Earphones is designed to be tangle-resistant, so I can skip untangling the headphones and get on with enjoying music and keeping fit.
You can pick up these great heavy bass earbuds on Amazon anytime.

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