While most of us would happily part with £129 for a pair of high fidelity headphones resembling a Second World War radio operator's ear muffs, making the identical investment for the in-ear variety (whose scale and fragility make them an all too often disposable luxury) is quite another matter. Yet in the case of the Atomic Floyd TwistJax we can report with unflinching honesty that it's money well spent. Every aspect of their lightweight design serves to improve their performance, from the heat-treated steel (which effectively dampens sound distortion) to the eponymous 'twist' function that ensures a perfect fit with the unique contours of your ears. These really do sound as good as they look.
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