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  1. Xtian.Castro's Avatar
    I'm really tempted to get these for my L928, because these seem to be the only guys selling them online to US customers. I found them doing a google search, does anybody have experience buying from these guys? I am also tempted to get a pair of the standard coloud pop headphones cause I can get them for 10 bucks cheaper with free shipping, but I'd lose the FFW/RWND, which isn't a deal breaker for me.

    Coloud Pop Nokia Headphones - WH-510 - Cyan ::
    09-01-2013 10:29 PM
  2. Jeric820PH's Avatar
    Well all I can say about Coloud Earphones/Headphones is that they're worth the price... It has good quality and decent Bass.. Comparing to other headphones I used like skullcandy's and Beats before which are much more expensive than the colouds. It can definitely compete with those two. Another Plus is if you have Lumia's or other colorful phones you can get one with the same color to match your phone so that's definitely a +1.
    09-01-2013 11:40 PM
  3. Thargoid's Avatar
    I have a set of Coloud POP'c on order - should be coming this week - direct from Coloud. I got in touch with them before ordering and asked if they would work with the N920 and the very kind lady who replied offered to send me free of charge an adaptor which may permit them to fully work. I think the music side is okay but the phone answering side might not work). The adaptor isn't made by them so they can't guarantee it & I said I'd let them know after testing it out.

    I think the Coloud range looks exceptional and are priced amazingly low, although I was only aware of the BOOM type headphones being badged by Nokia (these will have full Nokia functionality).

    What a shame Nokia are only doing them in yellow, blue and red colours. Go to the Coloud website and its like "what colour don't they do!"
    Last edited by Thargoid; 09-02-2013 at 06:04 AM.
    09-02-2013 04:29 AM
  4. Xtian.Castro's Avatar
    The company I work for sells the Coloud Pop headphones, so I could get a pair of the non-Nokia branded ones for a little less than $14. Its a steal for sure, but now that I've been thinking about it I really would like the ability to FFW/RWND tracks. Did the Coloud rep happen to mention who made that adapter?

    To complicate matters worse, I found the microsoft site selling the Nokia Purity in-ear model in cyan for $39.99. The Purity models have track control AND volume, which is pretty nice and at pretty good discount. On top of all that, I'm now considering a pair of bluetooth stereo headphones from Motorola that have all the same control functions.
    Last edited by Xtian.Castro; 09-02-2013 at 09:00 AM. Reason: spelling
    09-02-2013 08:54 AM
  5. Thargoid's Avatar
    POP's arrived in this mornings post which was a lot faster from abroad than some UK generated post takes!

    Not tried them with a phone call yet, but I can say for definite that on my Nokia 920 they work with the music player - WITHOUT the adaptor - on play, pause, skip forward a track, skip back a track. I haven't received the adaptor yet and it seems I don't need it. Not tried the POP's on my sons 520 yet.

    So it seems the standard POP's direct from Coloud have full music playing functionality on my phone. They sound great too, definitely don't tangle and have a pretty good noise isolation imo. Definitely an improvement on the ones that came with the phone.

    EDIT: Just discovered I was mistaken - the "click 3 times to hear previous track" feature doesn't work. Not really a biggie for me and I'm still extremely pleased with them.
    Last edited by Thargoid; 09-05-2013 at 05:50 AM.
    09-03-2013 04:50 PM
  6. JyhJiin's Avatar
    How about 'clicking 2 times to skip track'? Does it work? Besides, did you tried it on lumia 520? I got a Pop (from coloud) and wanted to use it with 520 which i may be getting later :)
    09-27-2013 04:44 AM
  7. shibin raj's Avatar
    i had purchased one coloud pop. Impressive design, good sound quality, But one problem i saw, its hard to keep in ear due to low flexibility of code wire. movement of our heads cause it down from the ear. Due to flat design of code wire, it effect the sound quality while we travelling due to wind. If its have better flexible cables its worth to buy
    12-16-2013 09:42 AM

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