Reddit Reddit reviews Philips SHS3200BK/37 Flexible Earhook Headphones, Black

We found 65 Reddit comments about Philips SHS3200BK/37 Flexible Earhook Headphones, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Earbud & In-Ear Headphones
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Philips SHS3200BK/37 Flexible Earhook Headphones, Black
Connectivity Technology: WiredPhilips Flexible Earhook Headphones SHS3200/28 Black (replaces SHS3200/37)Bass pipe emphasizes low tones for a clear, realistic sound Enjoy best-in-class performance and optimum sound quality15mm speaker driver optimizes wearing comfort 3D flexible earhook ensures secure fit in all ear sizesErgonomically-shaped headphone enhances user comfort Contoured earhook increase wearing comfort and stabilityA 1.2m long cable that is ideal for outdoor use Stays comfortably in your ear when you are on the move Extremely durable
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65 Reddit comments about Philips SHS3200BK/37 Flexible Earhook Headphones, Black:

u/zyzzogeton · 28 pointsr/loseit
  1. Various ideas for keys
  2. TM
  3. Sport headphones

    I know, you didn't want someone to SOLVE your problems, just to listen... but I am a guy. We solve problems which is both easier and more entertaining than listening anyway.
u/alphapoker24 · 13 pointsr/goodyearwelt
u/HyperLithium · 8 pointsr/running

These are not fancy or sweat proof but they are cheap and stay on my ears.

Phillips Headphones

u/DublinBen · 6 pointsr/headphones

The Grados are incredibly open headphones. They will let all sounds in and out. You do not want them for this purpose.

I really don't think that something like the Shure 550 or Sennheiser HD 280 will be comfortable enough to wear while working out. The real solution here is a pair of sport earbuds with rubber loops for your ears. If you don't like foam tips, try silicone. If you can't stand those, then something like this barely goes in your ear at all.

u/jcazen · 5 pointsr/IAmA

I'd use ones like this to avoid that problem

u/CartesianBear37 · 3 pointsr/Fitness

I'm cheap and for some reason earbuds WILL NOT stay in my ears, so I use over-ear earbuds, like these. They're super cheap and don't fall out.

I also wear a hat as a sweatband, so I'll sometimes clip my music player to the back of my hat and tuck the cord through/in it, so no cords below the neck.

Usually, I'll just put my player/phone in my pocket and run the cord under my shirt, though.

u/pyroglass · 3 pointsr/Wishlist

i like these but mostly because the cord is a bit longer than average earphones, and I don't like the in-ear buds

u/ReallyRick · 3 pointsr/running

geez, people suggesting $80 headphones for running??

if you have trouble with them staying in your ears, get the loop kind.

i use these

last for years, get drenched in sweat and rain.

plus, they don't completely block outside noise which i think is important.. you can still hear cars, other runners, bikers, etc.

u/mk937 · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

I purchased these a few months ago. They have been great for running. They don't produce the best sound in the world, but i'm not very concerned about that when i'm running. I figure if sweat ruins them, that's okay, because they're only $7!

u/bienchen · 3 pointsr/Fitness

I prefer earphones that hook over the ear for running. I had these for a while and they worked very well. Right now I have these which aren't quite as good but still much better than earbuds.

u/Krysanth · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

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Thank you for being awesome and not being a mean witch who turns children into evil parrots!

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u/NipplesInYourCoffee · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I have never found a pair of ear buds that will reliably stay put in my ears. Even the in-the-ear versions tend to fall out after a while (and the sound of my own breathing is super annoying). So, I've settled on these bad boys by Philips that hook over my ears. They sound good enough for the gym, are durable, and cost less than $10:

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/funny

I'm not so sure they're going to work for the gym. I mean, unless you happen to have ears that perfectly fit the buds won't there be a risk they keep falling out?

I've always used these and they never come out of my ear no matter what I do in the gym.

u/Neutrino_Blaster · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Philips Flexible Earhook Headphones are cheap, comfortable, and they stay in place. They have the added benefit of not totally blocking out environmental sounds so you are not oblivious to the rest of the world while you run.

u/TheTerje · 2 pointsr/runningmusic

I use "Philips Flexible Earhook Headphones". They hook over my ears so they don't fall out and they a super cheap but have decent sound.

u/flirtinwithdisaster · 2 pointsr/gadgets

I've been using a pair of Philips Flexible Earhook Headphones SHS3200BK/37. I side sleep, so one ear or another, with earphone, is always on the pillow. I've been very happy with these.

For $9.99 what more can you ask for?

u/sanchostache · 2 pointsr/blackfriday

These have served me well for awhile now. Super cheap too

u/lightbear · 2 pointsr/runningmusic

Sorry, on mobile. I have gone to this pair over and over. I am not willing to spend a lot on something that is going to have sweat poured all over it. Plus, I like the it wraps around the ear. Can't really beat $7. You could buy two in case you lose one.

u/zetec2000 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

And any like them that loop over the top of the ear.

They hold on secureley without having to be jammed in, you can still hear ambient noise, and they are decent sounding, yet inexpensive.

These from Philips are also good.

u/mhaserodt · 2 pointsr/C25K

I have the same problem. Regular earbuds fall out even if I'm just sitting at my desk. I use earhook style headphones similar to these while running

u/drownmeinbeer · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I've used these for years for work and play. Replaceable, retention from the hooks. Comfortable. Don't hurt my ears from buds inside my ear canal.

u/f1gm3nt3d · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Squatting, like others have said, you're new to this. I'd suggest checking this article out and sitting in the bottom of the squat with no weights to work on general flexibility.

I've got big ear holes, everything just pops out of them. I also have a bad habit of snagging the cord every once in a while doing different lifts and running, so I use these headphones for exercising because they're decent sounding, stand up well to abuse and cheap. I usually have to replace them once a year due to them getting yanked on during exercise.

u/Stickit · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Oh, I see. Somebody else recommended runners headphones that go over the ear, like these. My first headphones ever, that came with the sony walkman I got for christmas in middle school, were like this and I loved them! Maybe this style would work better for you.

u/ThisIsBland · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

That's why I use these.

u/thepatman · 2 pointsr/running

Are you specifically looking for in-ear only, or are over-the-ear 'buds' OK?

Personally, for safety reasons, I always use over-the-ear/earhook, like these. This allows you to run without putting the bud completely in the ear canal, meaning you are far more likely to hear noise around you.

u/skipperczt · 2 pointsr/running

I use these They hold up well, are cheap, and wal-mart sells them so I can replace them quick if I need to.

u/rrunning · 1 pointr/Frugal

I can't use anything but these cheap Phillips over-the-ear buds They aren't super durable but they are quite sweat-proof. I only have problems when I'm careless, like when I throw them in the bottom of my gym bag and then forget that there is anything in it. And for $9, you're still coming out "frugal" even if you do have to buy a new set every year or two.

u/WiretapStudios · 1 pointr/opieandanthony

There are some great Panasonic over the ear earbuds they sell at Walmart for like $9.99 and on Amazon for under $7. I tend to wear out headphones pretty fast, so I've owned around 20 pair in a row, but the phones themselves have never malfunctioned. They have a decent amount of bass, no "tinny" sound, and make the ones that come with iphone / ipods sound like garbage.

u/OCHawkeye14 · 1 pointr/Fitness

Waiting...for headphones? I like good quality audio as much as the next guy, but when I'm working out it's not real high on the priority list. Just give me something that makes noise.

I go through a few of these per year:

u/elephasmaximus · 1 pointr/videos

How about for those of us who definitely near hooks with our ear buds (due to weird ears which don't fit most ear buds)?
I've been using these flexible earhook headphones from Phillips for the last few years. Is there a better version out there which have better sound quality and are more durable?

u/rdyek · 1 pointr/running

I use these from Amazon

They're 8$, wrap over the ears so rarely fall out, and I haven't had a pair break on me in two years. They're not super great audio quality, but that's more due to them being relatively open to the environment than due to bad design. I've found that when I use headphone buds that go into the ear with a better seal, they've had problems once I start sweating, since a large drop of sweat can basically block the whole bud. Can't beat these for price and stay-in-while-runningness IMO.

u/jcoy20 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I picked up 2 of these 2-3 years ago. In that time they lasted through 4-6 gym sessions a week and 2-3 5ks a week. The second pair went to a buddy who runs a 5k every day and a 10k monthly.

These things are covered in sweat, rain, dirt, etc. They don't quit. The only reason mine died, a month ago, was because I dropped my new iPod while benching. The ipod landed on the audio jack and it killed the left sided sound.

I bought a new pair and I'm a month in with no issues again.

u/raitoyagami · 1 pointr/running
u/captmomo · 1 pointr/singapore
My dailies. They have survived sweat, accidental yamking and washing machine.

u/MacGuffinn · 1 pointr/running

i just use $10 Philips headphones with the around-ear piece. Regular buds don't seem to stay in for me.

u/malmostoso · 1 pointr/running

I have these.

They cost nothing, if they break I replace them without problems, they sound OK while running, don't hurt my ears, don't fall off, are light and the cord is long enough.

u/theinvisiblenobody · 1 pointr/headphones
u/speedyskier22 · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - $20 flexible

Source - Phone, laptop

Requirements for Isolation - None, will almost always be using them indoors. Either at home or at college.

Preferred Type of Headphone - Earhook earphones. [This type of style.] (

Preferred tonal balance - Overall balanced pair

Past headphones - I'm not sure the exact model, but they are panasonic earhook earphones. I liked the sound quality, but I was hoping for something that lasts longer. (The left earphone wire got frayed.)

Preferred Music - Everything except for country. Will be using them mostly for watching youtube videos and gaming though.

I liked my last earphones, but I just wished they lasted longer. Any earphones with strong cables around the aux or around the ear buds would be greatly appreciated. I saw [these] ( on amazon and they looked alright. For only $9 I'm wondering about the sound quality and durability though.

u/CluelessWanderer15 · 1 pointr/running

I've been using these for years:

They have some durability issues so I get a new pair every year but the price is nice.

I don't like using the in your ear headphones and would go for a wireless version of the above if the price was right and it had like a 12 hour battery life.

u/77Yamachop · 1 pointr/motorcycles

I agree with BananaY3LL0W on not wearing headphones while riding, at least not in both ears, but These work well

u/mathemagicat · 1 pointr/headphones

$50-75 (flexible)

Cellphone and desktop PC.

Requirements for Isolation
Prefer minimal isolation.

Preferred Type of Headphone
I'm looking for something very specific here. I want a pair of non-earbud headphones with over-the-ear hooks (kind of like these or these) that are also wireless (preferably Bluetooth). I don't want a rigid behind-the-head band, just a soft wire or cord.

Preferred tonal balance
Don't care.

Past headphones
These were my favourite. I'm currently using this similar model, which is fine although the wire is threatening to break. I generally like this style for sitting at my desk.

But I'm tired of dealing with the wire, especially when working out.

Preferred Music
It really doesn't matter.


I don't care in the slightest what they look like, I barely care about the sound quality, and I'm willing to put up with them being moderately overpriced; I'm shopping almost 100% based on comfort. My ears are extremely sensitive, and sound quality doesn't matter if I'm in pain.

The only thing that would cause me to hesitate to buy something in the form factor I described would be reports of low manufacturing quality/high failure rates (like these, which would be exactly what I want if it weren't for the build quality problems).

u/Dude_On_A_Couch · 1 pointr/Fitness

Philips Flexible Earhook Headphones

I swear by these. I've used them for over 10 years, replacing them every 2 years or so, and they're less than $10. Awesome.

u/wick80 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I am a big dude and sweat alot and can still get a pair of these to last about 9 months before replacement. For under $10 dollars they are a grea5 purchase.

u/idosc · 1 pointr/headphones

Alright, let's see if you guys can help a man out.

I'm sporting a pair of Philips SHS3200 for years now. Actually, I've owned at least half a dozen of them over the past 8 years.

Their build quality is nothing to write home about, and the sound is your run of the mill for a pair of cheap earbuds you find at a store, but they work, and they're so comfortable to me.

With more and more phones moving towards dropping support for 3.5mm jacks, I'm looking for a nearly identical pair of earbuds that works with bluetooth. Features:

  • over/around-the-ear earhooks
  • Earbuds, NOT in-ear
  • Bluetooth supported
  • Decent sound, on the cheap side

    Really, that's all I'm looking for. Been looking around but I simply cannot find anything that meets all other conditions and is not in-ear.
u/Palpz · 1 pointr/headphones

Well, I think this is the closest I could find to being within your budget. This being the next closest.

Can't speak to sound quality or anything.

u/AttackPug · 1 pointr/runningmusic

I've gotten some pretty good mileage out of my Phillips hook on earphones.

That model is probably a bit newer than what I've got, but you get the gist. And cheap. You have to be careful with audio equipment. The best case scenario is that you get what you pay for, but the more expensive it is, the more delicate it gets.

I recommend the brand (Phillips). You don't need ultimate fidelity when you're wheezing away, they stay clipped to my ears even though I wear glasses, and I haven't had quality problems yet. Mind you I don't do marathons or anything, but I promise they at least hold up for several months of regular use. They still work, no fraying, no sound problems, and they've just been sweated up all to be damned.

Cheap and cheerful. When it comes to running 'phones you want something the Chinese can build in their sleep. Expensive audio gear opens the door to Monster Cable type scams. Get you some cheapo Phillips.

u/mt007 · 1 pointr/funny

why in the hell you have to run/jog with those headset ?

I have one of this earbuds It is perfect for running.


u/getnutty · 1 pointr/Fitness

ur local walmart should have these -

only like 9.99 - been using mine (same brand, 2nd pair) for about 4 years now while working out.

u/Aww_Shucks · 1 pointr/ReviewThis

This probably won't work considering your SO is sleeping next to you, but here's what I do and you could give it a shot:

  1. Take cheap pair of headphones and stick them under your pillow (I use these; uncomfortable to wear so I just leave them under my pillow). The pillow acts as a medium so the sound travels pretty well (turn it down low, in your case, I suppose).

  2. Connect to MP3 player and select playlist.

  3. Set sleep-timer on MP3 player.
u/soylentBrown · 1 pointr/Fitness

these. they sound good, stay in your ear, and are cheap enough to easily replace after they inevitably get ruined in your gym bag

u/jamuraa · 1 pointr/running

I have these, I think I got them for like $10 at Target because the old ones I had broke.

u/logicalriot · 1 pointr/Fitness

I don't own those exact pair, mine are more like this except they're Sony. There are plenty of cheap options...just need to shop around :)

u/Jagermeister4 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I always use ear hook type earphones when working out or running they are great, if they get pulled on they won't fall out of your ear.

This is an example of what I'm talking about

u/catsupbot · 1 pointr/Fitness
u/sagersager1 · 1 pointr/headphones

I'm looking to buy some in-ear headphones/ear buds.

I currently have:

They are fine, but I was wondering with a budget of $0-$40, could I make a decent upgrade? I want something that has a good overall sound, so nothing bass boosted, etc. I was looking at the NRG 3.0s, they any good?

u/cryoclasm · 1 pointr/gadgets

These things by Philips.

I've got a weird ear shape, so none of the in-ear buds work for me. These things are ten bucks, comfortable, and sound great.

u/iamaorangeama · -3 pointsr/motorcycles

I wouldn't suggest noise-isolating in-ear earphones for motorcycling. Sometimes you want to hear what's going on around you. Maybe try clip-ons like these instead?