Yesterday, while I was on Head-Fi, I noticed a Google ad for "Extreme" headphones, specifically the "Extreme Titanium SX'500." They can be found here: http://www.extreme-shield.co.uk/headphones/sx500-titanium-headphones.php
As far as I can tell, the actual site doesn't contain anything malicious.
However, I'm quite wary of them. They seem to specialise in iPhone and iPad cases, so for them to suddenly make several types of (normally) expensive headphones seems iffy. In addition, the headphones in question are "Limited Edition" and on special offer (£30 rather than nearly 200), so it seems that there's some pressure to buy them sooner.
All in all, it seems to be "too good to be true," and I get the impression that they may be a scam.
On the other hand, I'm not sure that they are. They have hugely positive Trustpilot (http://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/extreme-shield.co.uk) and Webutation (http://www.webutations.info/go/review/extreme-shield.co.uk) reviews, and while fake reviews are possible to make, the sheer density of positive feedback would suggest otherwise. The few bad reviews could just be credited to disgruntled customers (though fake positives must not be ruled out).
In addition, the site is very well-made, structured and thought out. If the company isn't genuine, they've gone to a hell of a lot of effort to seem so. Also, as I've mentioned, they're advertising, which would cost them a pretty packet.
So, over to more experienced users: Does this site seem legitimate? Is it worth grabbing one of these pairs, at a risk of £30? Has anyone used them before, for any of their other IEMs or even their protective accessories?
Thanks in advance.
PS: One a side note, they look pretty much the same as Final Audio PF series, but apparently use eartips...