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Radius Earphones Ideal For Exercising of All Types   Leave a comment

I started writing articles in April 2010 based on the advice of a fellow author. The recommendation was this: Article writing is an effective method to deliver messages to readers, while simultaneously establishing and building upon your brand. Years later, I have found this advice both truthful and valuable.

In today’s multi-faceted world, music lovers need a pair of headphones that are versatile and comfortable, no matter where life takes them.

Radius Earphones is aware of this fact and continually develops cutting-edge products for a diverse mix of consumers, especially where exercise is concerned!
Radius sports earphones are ideal for mountain biking on nature trails, running marathons, lifting weights in the gym, and climbing up rocky cliffs. They are the ideal exercise headphones because of the way they fit within the ear canal – as snug as a bug!

4 Elements that Make Radius Earphones Ideal for Exercising
1. Earbuds Make All the Difference in the World. Radius has designed amazingly soft earbuds that fit comfortably within the ear canal. They’ve even created two sizes (Regular & Small) to accommodate various ear types. Athletes can wear them for hours without pain or irritation.

2. Amazing Sound! Not only are they comfortable, the sound is off the charts. This motivates exercisers to reach new heights and get in the zone. Too many sports earphones put out distorted and tinny sound. Radius’ founders love sports and have succeeded in developing the perfect pair for both comfort and crystal clear listing.

3. Quality, quality! Radius prides itself on creating extremely high quality products and utilizing materials that can last for years. Because they are 100% committed to quality, the company guarantees all items for one year, and will replace defective products within a few days.

4. Lightweight. Radius headphones are ultra-light. This makes them ideal running earphones, jogging headphones and gym headphones. Bulky ones are far too uncomfortable for daily use, and usually inspire most athletes to succumb to yanking them off. Exercisers have been so impressed with Radius Earphones that they give them two thumbs up time and time again!

This also has to do with the fact that Radius offers best-in-class service and always listens to the needs of its customers.
Apart developing exercise-perfect earphones, Radius prides itself on continually innovating products that solve specific problems. This includes developing bass friendly ear buds, helping those with small ears experience comfort, and making the transition between listening to stellar music answering a phone call seamless.

So how can I get my hands on a pair of Radius Earphones you may be wondering? All you have to do is visit website and review its exciting array of products. The site also reveals the fact that CNET, PC Magazine and Macworld recommend Radius because of its deep commitment to its customers, high quality products and off-the-hook pricing!

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Posted July 26, 1978 by ferdinandpuckett in Uncategorized

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Trace Adkins Defends Wearing Confederate Flag Earpiece at Tree Lighting   Leave a comment

What’s your favorite feature of the radio accessory? Personally, I much like the design job – It is cooler than an Inuit’s underpants!

Country singer Trace Adkins is defending wearing a confederate flag decorated earpiece during the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.

The decision to sport the earpiece, http://www.investirdansunprojetimmobilier.com/?p=71, sparked criticism across the Web by those who view the confederate flag as a symbol of racism and oppression. Adkins posted this note on his personal blog: “As a proud American I object to oppression of any kind. To me, the battle flag represents remembrance of my Southern lineage – I am a descendant of Confederate soldiers who followed that flag into battle.

I advocate for the preservation of America’s battlefields and honest conversation about our Country’s history.

To those who view the flag as a symbol of racism, that was not my message and I did not intend offense.”

Posted July 15, 1978 by ferdinandpuckett in Uncategorized

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