Sony pink clip style headphones.
Sony's MDR-E10LP Ear-Bud Headphones features 13.5mm driver units, Neodymium Magnets for powerful bass and clear treble sound. With super light in the ear design fits snuggly yet comfortably. Available in various colors so you can match with your player, your clothes, or your mood!
Successor model for MDR-EX55 ¿ change to new hybrid silicone type earbuds for better sound, more comfort, and secure fit ¿ three sizes (S, M, L)
“ got it from japan when it just came out sounds very balance overall, limited High on human's voice. poor thing: it was eaten by my dog.. ” --nekoni
“ I use these everyday because I have yet to find any better in the sub $100 range .I plan to buy a pair of sony's 4 driver earbuds but until I do these are my favorites ” --turbomustang84
“ Got these for a birthday (so no idea on how much was paid). Had them a good few years, think I got them in 09 but could have easily been much earlier (04?) Because there a gift I've always resisted replacing them. The Y split actually cracked after a year and very nearly was the end of them, but the cable was intact inside and I used Aroldyte epoxy 2 part glue to perfectly re form the oval...” --Jetblackstar
“ Cheap, cheerful sport 'buds on clips'. They're a huge improvement over the older MDR-J10 which don't come off when pulled, so these rubber clips allow the buds to be pulled off (by accident) which saves the cable from breaking too easily when snagged. No real improvement on sound quality over the older design which is quite muddy like most buds, but other than that, it's difficult to knock...” --GREQ
“ I love these for watching movies at odd hours or on the laptop away from home. They're so comfortable that I can wear them for 6-8 hours straight. Unfortunately, I find them totally unacceptable for music, though they're a better fit for portable use or the computer because of EQ. Several posts compared the sound quality to etymotic's 4 IEM, uh, no way in hell. Proper fit...” --KlausGut