Sakar Gummy Bear In-ear Headphones Review
If you like Gummy Bears, you will LOVE this review!
Sakar Internationals recently acquired the rights to use the Gummy Bear brand and one of the first things they did was produce these headphones. They're a set of in-ears with scented, plastic Gummy Bears on the back of their ear buds.
We did some basic internet research and found a lot of snarky reviews of these headphones. Many individuals in the blogosphere took one look at the press release and said, "oh man, those headphones are probably pretty bad." We here at HeadphoneInfo.com do not judge products based on appearance or our own subjectivity, however, so we took our three Gummy Bear headphones review units into our labs and put them through our rigorous scientific testing procedures. Now that we've compiled the data we can objectively state that yeah, these headphones are pretty bad.
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