Are they good for small ears?
- Asked by Paul L
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Not really. If I am sitting still I can place them in my ear gently but any movement may cause them to fall out. If I press them in a bit so that they are more secure, they start to hurt after just a few minutes. Placing them in my ear upside down (the cable pointing up) seems to help a bit. Overall I love the sound qulity, but really wish they would make a smaller earpod or make it with a softer material that had some give to be able to fit a smaller ear comfortably.
- Answered by Maureen R from Normal
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yes acually smaller is better for these
- Answered by Dakotah F from Greensburg
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I have ridiculously small ears so these, like the regular apple earbuds, didn't fit at all for me. But a couple of my friends who's ears were also too small for the regular apple earbuds have said that these fit them fine. They clearly fit a more wide variety of ears though so if regular earbuds were too big for you, there is still hope :)
- Answered by Kristen M from South Orange
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No, my girlfriend can't fit them. Her ears are just too small. But I like mine, they really fit amazingly well :)
- Answered by Kevin C
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are they any good for the hard of hearing
- Asked by Anne W
- Dec 18, 2012
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How is the "fit" of them in your ear?
- Asked by Sharon L T from Sunland
- Jun 12, 2014
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Is this model too big for a small woman with a small head?
- Asked by Tracy H from Port Washington
- Jan 17, 2015
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