Do-It-Yourself Custom Molded In-Ear Earphones in About 5 Minutes
Molding Decibullz Contour ES Custom Earphones to fit your ears is fast and easy. A mug of hot water is all it takes to soften the earpieces, so you can shape them to fit your ears. The whole do-it-yourself process takes about 5 minutes, and there's no mess. And best of all, Decibullz are re-moldable! So if you don't get a perfect custom fit on the first try, you can just warm the earpieces back up and reshape them again until you're completely satisfied.
If you spend much time wearing headphones, a perfect custom fit will make a big difference. The earphones will stay secure in your ears, never falling out. They will remain perfectly comfortable, so you can listen for long periods of time. And their excellent custom-fit seal against ambient sound will provide impressive noise isolation, bringing the audio you want to hear into focus, and blocking out external noise.
Decibullz Contour ES Earphones enable calling and talking via a built-in three-button remote and microphone. Please note: the remote is fully compatible with iOS devices, but the volume functions may not work with some Android or Windows devices. Handle both calls and audio playback with ease.
With such an easy custom molding process, an excellent custom fit, and great sound, it's no wonder that Decibullz audio engineering has earned them a "best in-ear headphone" award. With the Contour ES, the sound you want to hear is delivered without disturbance, and the rest of the world can fade into the background.
Over the years I have tried many different brands of ear...
September 7, 2018
Over the years I have tried many different brands of ear headphones and spent a considerable amount of money and never been satisfied. That is no longer true thease are the best I have ever had. I work out 3-4 times a week and no longer have a problem of ear buds falling out of my ear do to sweat. The sound is great and all around great product.
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