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I have never been a huge fan of In-ear headphones simply because of my ear type. I’ve never been able to find the perfect ones that fit just right. Hence the reason why I don’t own a pair of Apple AirPods. The search for me is over and whoever thought that I would have found comfort in a pair of wired headphones costing only £29. The House of Marley Nesta In-ear is just the perfect headphones to tag along with me throughout the day, in every scenario.
I’ve had the Nesta In-ear headphones for a few weeks and managed to test them probably to their limits. I don’t dare push them any further simply because I am too much in love with them. They have been on the morning commute, the evening jog, the daily walk with the dog and even in the gym. Each and every time the Nesta In-ear headphones have not failed, even when I sweat over them. That’s probably because they are water resistant. They are light-weight and extremely comfortable, no falling out when running and when I’m done I can wrap them up and stick them in my pocket.
There are 3 different size earbuds that come in the box, so you can easily change these to fit any ear type. The headphone wires are also tangle-free so I have no worry about just crumbling it together. There’s a 3.5mm jack connection and because I own an iPhone 8 Plus I have to use an adapter to be able to use the Nesta with the phone. This doesn’t take away from the high-quality and crystal clear sound produced from the Nesta In-ear. Once the music was playing that’s all I hear, no noise from the train on the morning commute and no noise from the gym playing their rubbish music. There are controls on the wire of the headphones which allows you to play, pause, skip and turn the volume up/down. You can even make and receive calls with the built-in microphone.
For a pair of headphones that cost £29, they do not disappoint in any way. You don’t have to take my word for it, with them being so cheap you can surely try them and see for yourself. Grab a pair from AO and immerse yourself in the music.