Hi guys Just wanted to talk and discuss experiences with razers in-ear headphones. Personally I have gone through a lot of different earbuds through the the last couple years, and I think we can all agree earbuds aren't generally the most sturdy hardware. Earbuds break It doesn't seem to matter what price tag they have, they don't last long, if they r used on a daily basis. Introducing the HammerHeads, had 2 pairs of V1(pro) break on me within a few months, not really an uncommon occurance, but at a price of 25-30$ it was disappointing. The joints on the wires were weak and the construction of the ear-buds themselves were fragile aswell. Sound was good tho, as long as they lasted. Let's go for the V2, wire seemed to be different but I was just as worried as B4, had not seen wires with joints like these and assumed they'd fail like their previous product. Rightly so, again 2 pairs and within 3 months, price tag 60-70$. Same general problems, weak joints, weaker construction. The grid on the driver's literally fell out, and dropped out of my ear when I took them out, good thing they didn't get stuck in there Now what did I learn from this, don't buy expensive in-ear headphones, doesn't matter the brand or the price. The fckers break. Get shit ones, and buy them in bulk. Aaaaaaand BT, not even worth the price they charged for the shipping. Eliminated the joint at the jack, only to introduce, what I believe have been worst use of aluminum I have seen on these products. After about 3-4 weeks, functionalities of the left and right buds, come and go like the wind. Driver updates and cleaning kits won't solve anything. Then comes the kicker, they broke in half. The base of the ear-buds detached from the "in-ear" part, to clarify, this was doing physical activity, so I guess, don't move ?!?. Anyone else got some hammerhead love stories? TLDR. Ear-buds break so does HammerHeads, buy skull candy and buy 10 pairs.