The Good The polished ceramic finish of the Moshi Keramo in-ear headphones looks sleek and cool. The earphones deliver good, clean sound, come with a nice carrying case, and have an inline remote/mic for making cell phone calls.
The Bad The bass may not quite be punchy enough for bass lovers.
The Bottom Line The Moshi Keramo earphones offer good, detailed sound and an eye-catching design for a fairly reasonable price.
Polished look, polished sound
Moshi is probably better known for its stylish and iPad cases, but it also makes several different models of earphones with intriguing designs -- and names. The midrange Keramo model, which retails for $120, features sculpted ceramic earpieces that are not only eye-catching but feel more substantial than your typical in-ear headphones. And while their sound isn't exceptional for their price class, it's quite good, though their flatter sound profile probably won't appeal to you if you're looking for a more bass-heavy earphone.
Design and features
The earpieces themselves have a glazed finish to them and they look like polished onyx. They're a little bigger and slightly weightier than some earpieces, but they fit comfortably and securely in my ears. The build quality seems good.
The cord isn't particularly thick but it is covered in cloth, which makes it less prone to tangling up -- or at least it's easier to untangle.
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