Klipsch Image S5i Rugged Video
Klipsch Image S5i Rugged Video Transcript
-If you're looking for a way to enjoy your music on the slope, on the streets, then I've got just the product for you. I'm Jasmine France for CNET and I'm here with the Klipsch Image S5i rugged earphones and rugged due to their sweat and water-resistant design as well as a handful features that are designed for outdoor use. For example, they come with an inline playback control with nice large buttons that you could press even while wearing gloves. Also, they come with an accessory case that has an integrated clip and a flashlight. Now, in addition to the features I've already mentioned, the Klipsch Image S5i earphones also include an array of silicone ear chips that feature an oblong-shaped that is better design to fit inside the ear. Now, the Klipsch Image S5i earphones are gonna set you back about $130, so they're not the cheapest earphones on the market. However, if you're looking for something with solid sound quality, an integrated inline remote, and a design that can withstand the outdoors, then this could be just what you're looking for. I'm Jasmine France for CNET.
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