Clear Acrylic Ear Shaped stands for your ear phones. Perfect t and looks so stylish and cool on your work top or bed side. Keep your ear phones clean and ready to use with these stands.
Very good quality and well made. Great as a gift to someone who has everything.
Price is for 1 pair of acrylic ears.
What better way to protect your new Apple iWatch Screen than with a Tempered Glass Screen Protector.
Nano coated for protection
HD for clarity
Comes in 2 sizes, to fit 38mm or 42mm face
Beautifully crafted stands for your Apple iWatch.
Includes space for your watch charger so it doubles as a charging stand too. (Charger and watch not included)
Comes in assorted make and colours.
These use larger drivers than earbuds, canalphones, and canalbuds, and their similarly larger earpieces rest against the outside of the ears. Most have a thin headband that goes over or behind the head; some use a small clip on each earpiece that slips over the ear. Some also fold up for easier traveling. The best produce impressive sound quality.
Pros : Portable, comfortable, good bass response
Cons : Not as compact as earbuds and in-ear-canal models
These fully cover or surround your ears, and good ones sound better than good lightweight models. Many are also very comfortable thanks to generous padding and ergonomic designs. Closed full-size headphones block some degree of external noise (and also keep your music from disturbing others) while open models often sound better but let more noise in and out. One caveat: Some full- size headphones require more juice than a computer or portable device's headphone jack can provide- for power hungry cans. you'll want a dedicated headphone amplifier to get the best sound quality
Pros : Comfortable. great sound quality (with enough power), solid bass response
Cons : Big and bulky, closed designs sometimes come with audio tradeoffs, open designs provide little noise isolation and often leak sound
Noise-cancelling headphones are not to be confused with noise-isolating headphones. Concisely, noise isolating headphones physically block ambient noise with their seal against your ear whereas noise cancelling may do that too but also cancel the actual sound waves electronically. Noise-cancelling headphones use active (battery-powered) circuitry in addition to passive noise isolation. These models sample outside sound and then pipe in an inverse audio signal to "cancel out” - or at least reduce - a good amount of monotonous noise, making them great for travel or use in a noisy office. Although they don't usually sound as good as comparably priced in-ear canal headphones, noise-cancelling models are easier to put on and take off, and they let you hear what's going on around you. Full-size models provide the best isolation and audio quality
Pros : Comfortable, good noise isolation and reduction
Cons : Can be big and bulky. rarely great audio quality, noise-cancellation circuity can be audible, some models require batteries even for use as standard headphones.
Using stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) technology, these models let you stream audio from recent computers, smartphones, and tablets. Most also double as headsets, letting you switch between music and voice features (for phone calls, for example), and most provide music-playback and volume-control buttons.
Pros : Portable, wireless, comfortable, some are great for exercise
Cons : Possible wireless interference, often mediocre sound quality