Product Review: Phonak PFE – Perfect Fit EarphonesFebruary 4, 2010
So I got an email the other day that went something like this…
“Hey Jamie, remember the Phonak pro cycling team?”
“Yeah! Floyd Landis is the man! What a BAMF!”
“Agreed. Well Phonak primarily makes hearing aids, but they have some pretty sick earphones. Wanna test ’em out?”
“Heck yes I do!”
Unlike last winter when I was still teaching spinning classes a few times per week, I’ve been spending a TON more time listening to music by myself on the bike trainer (and even more once I really ramp up my running) so I thought this would be the perfect piece of new gear to review. Soon I got a nice surprise in the mail and started putting ’em through the SwimBikeRun product testing gauntlet.
Introducing the Phonak PFEs.
PFE stands for “perfect fit earphones.”
For such tiny little earphones, they sure promised a lot (a perfect fit and and incredible sound quality – without the distraction of ambient noise) so I wasn’t really sure what to expect. After poking around and finding some pretty impressive reviews, including this one from CNet, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I tried to stay as unbiased as I could and give ’em a fair shake.
Continue reading the full review here: http://swimbikerunlive.com/2010/02/review-phonak-pfe-perfect-fit-earphones/