Thursday, April 30, 2015

FSL Xylem Review.

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Eco-friendly construction
You may not have a cape or super-powers but you can do your bit to save the earth with these premium quality wooden earphones. Wood offers several advantages over plastics and metal and that is why it is used in the construction of premium, high end speakers and musical instruments.
Powerful vibrant sound with naturally enhanced bass
The wooden chamber of the FSL Xylem is designed specifically to reflect bass frequencies and yet absorb high frequencies. The result is a powerful bass sound with a fine detailed high end. Only a wooden chamber can provide this natural acoustic effect and the Xylem has been fine tuned to high definition audio standards.
Control your music and calls
A discreet integrated microphone and remote put you in complete control of your music and calls. Play, pause, skip track, previous track as well as answer and end call at the touch of the button without reaching for your phone. 
Note: track controls may not be compatible with all devices
The FSL Xylem is universally compatible to work with all audio devices with a 3.5mm socket - that means just about anything portable like your smartphone, tablet or iPod etc.
Lifetime customer service and 3 year warranty

FSL prides itself on it's customer care and we want you to be happy with your product for years to come. Our faith in our products is why we offer a 3 year warranty and offer our customers support for the lifetime of the product.

I love the look of these headphones. I have never had any speakers or headphones made of wood before. I think it is great that they are using wood in the construction of these headphones.

The sound is great and the cable is long enough I don't end up yanking on my phone by accident when I move my head left or right. With most headphones I can't put my phone in my pocket and walk because either I am too tall or my chest gets in the way causing the cord to be too short. 

These come with an amazing pouch that you have to squeeze to open instead of those annoying tie string ones.

FSL Xylem pouch
Posted by Life of a Mad Typer on Saturday, April 25, 2015

One thing I did have issues with was that the ear pieces were too big for my ears and kept sliding out. I could put them in and my ear would force them back out in about 1-3 mins. I will be switching out the ear pieces for a smaller pair and hoping that will resolve the issues.

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