The retail package for the h2oaudio headphones is mostly white, with a photo of the headphones on the front and a more detailed photo around back with features pointed out. Inside, we find the headphones along with four silicon ear plugs. Not pictured is an included instruction manual and warranty card. Below is a list of features, borrowed from OtterBox's website.
Two sets of silicon ear plugs are included. These are to be put in place over the each earphone and can even be cut to better fit your ear canal. The cable on the headphones is a coil style that is designed to give you plenty of "play" but also not hang freely and get in your way during activities. The overall length does seem a bit short, but most users will be using the headphones with their audio player somehow strapped to their body (armband, waistband, etc.) so hopefully this won't be much of a concern.
The ear plugs were a bit of a pain to get in place. The manual suggests folding back the ear plug, inserting the headphone then rolling it back over onto the headphone bud. Once I got the hang of it, the second one went on much easier. The standard 3.5mm headphone prong is gold plated and will work with any standard headphone jack.
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