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Image Gallery: JayBird Tiger Eyes and Endorphin in-ear headphones

One of the most popular things to do while running or working out is listen to your music collection. With the Tiger Eyes or Endorphin earphones you can do that and sweat as much as you want since they both have lifetime warranties on sweat. The Tiger Eyes are optimized for the iPhone and let you handle calls and listen to music. The Endorphin is designed for the serious athlete who wants some rocking headphones.
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One of the most popular things to do while running or working out is listen to your music collection. With the Tiger Eyes or Endorphin earphones you can do that and sweat as much as you want since they both have lifetime warranties on sweat. The Tiger Eyes are optimized for the iPhone and let you handle calls and listen to music. The Endorphin is designed for the serious athlete who wants some rocking headphones.

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The headphones are packed in solid packaging, that is actually much more protective and larger than it really needs to be.

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The earphones lie in a bed of foam.

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You can see the case, cable, and packaging in this shot.

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Six additional pairs, plus the one included on the headset, are included in the package. You also get a shirt clip to help hold the cord close to your body.

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The case is durable and tough with a robust zipper to close it up. There are two net pockets inside the case.

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The volume controller and microphone controller are found along the cable.

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The inside of the Endorphin retail box looks very similar to the Tiger Eyes.

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I find the ear hooks to be essential for keeping the headset secured when running. The cable wrap is handy for wrapping up the cable and placing it inside the case.

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The Endorphin earbuds appear to be larger than the Tiger Eyes, but still fit very well in your ear.

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The left and right cables connect to a secure Y joint. Just about this you will find a slider that is great to use for tightening up the headphones to the back of your head.

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The cable is routed in a groove around the ear hook.

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The earbud tips are placed over the Tiger Eyes to fit securely into your ears.

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This is a major feature of the Jaybird headsets to keep them working when doused in sweat.

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The Endorphin headset is larger than the Tiger Eyes.

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