"Candy Comfort Earphones"
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Candy Comfort Earphones
>> Jasmine: Sometimes you can attach a little kitsch to your MP3 player. I'm Desmond France [assumed spelling] and I'm here with the
Candy Comfort earphones and these definitely have that fun kitschy design thing going on for them. There's not a whole lot to these
headphones other than the branding. You can choose from a variety of Candy branding you have things like Reece's Peanut Butter Cups,
Sour Apple Blow Pops, Dots; Bubble Yum, Razzles, the list goes on. Now for 20 bucks a pop you can upgrade your listing experience,
kind of. Now these headphones are more comfortable than the ones that come with your MP3 player but they don't sound really any
better and also they don't come with anymore than one set of ear tips so you might have some fit issues there. But really if you're
looking for something that's just a fun design and you want something that's like a little more comfortable than what you have this
could be the right product for you, however, I would keep it away from small children. I'm Jasmine France and this has been the
Candy Comfort earphones.
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