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Pros: Dang good sound for your money. I payed $100 for these but noticed theyre on sale now for $80!
Cons: Being REALLY nit picky with these but if you do have a wider head, these will fit tight on you, which isnt a bad thing.. But, after long hours of using (about 2 - 3+ hours) you will notice your ears will be a little soar. Make note this only for people with larger heads. And over time they do loosen up a bit so they're quite enjoyable, you just have to get through the first few week!
Other Thoughts: Sound REALLY good for (now) $80 headphones.
Comes with 3 different types of hook ups!
Plug and twist design to prevent cord from unplugging.
A nice little carrying case.
Overall I say its a must buy!
Pros: - Does what you want it to do.
- Can buy different colored plastic to use for printing
Cons: - Nothing that would steer you away from buying except maybe the price tag
Other Thoughts: - This does exactly what you need it to do, but you need to have some common sense on structure and engineering while modeling something for the printer to print. (Long archways and beams will sag if no support braces are there to hold it.)
- Make sure you clean the nozzle after every use to keep it functioning right.
- Make sure to use something like painters tape or a non-stick tape on the table so the printed parts don't stick to the table
- Our science club has one of these and it's pretty dang nice.