Hello boys and girls, well if you read the past post in this section then this one may not come as quite a surprise, I found something else that is now on my 'I WANT IT' list and that is this....
This my friends is the Vapor 4 by Element Case. This is a case for the iPhone 4 (as you can tell by the picture). Now first off, i would like to say it looks plain damn cool. Also with its minimalist design it is sleek but that does not make for a sacrifice in protection. These are CNC machined from a solid block of aircraft grade aluminum, meaning it is not only strong but light (19 grams).

Now even though it is on my 'I WANT IT' list, sadly it has to stay there. One of the downsides to the Vapor 4 is that as soon as you install it on you iPhone your signal drops, we are talking by two bars or so. Now in most areas that isn't a problem but while traveling or going between low coverage areas, those two bars could make all the difference.

You know that feeling when you get excited and want to by something then you find out the cons........

Sucks doesn't it.
Ok so i am going to say it straight off the bat, if you are not the person in Singapore at the moment that may get these for me while they are there then you can probably stop reading now. Although if you are mildly interested in earphones then by all means read on (i will try and make it a little interesting), just understand that when i say some things they are directed at someone for that purpose.

Like most of you out there i have grown up listening to music and it has become a part of my day to day life. over the years as technology changed, i upgraded, from tape player, to cd, now on mp3, but there is one thing that i never really thought much about and that is the headphones that i was using.

For convenience i usually go for earphones, as they are light weight, small and easy to store on the go. After using brands like skull candy, bose, phillips, etc... i decided to do a little research into real audio dedicated brands, the ones that are not usually on the radar of the masses. This lead me to earphones costing up to 2000 USD. Now yes i want quality but for my use, 2000 is kind of hard to justify. Then i came across Klipsch. They are known in audiophile circles for their true, clear sound. So with what i wanted in mind i came across these:
These my friends are the Klipsch Image S4i In-Ear Headphones. They may not be as sleek as the fore mentioned headphones but they are pretty damn cool and more importantly, they have good audio quality and are comfortable (this info from reviews). Now i will not say to much about these, eg won't give you specs or review them seems i don't have them yet but if you want to, all of that is one their site, just click on the name of headphones at the start of this paragraph.

Now down to business, hope your having a good time in Singapore. So the headphones that i want are the Klipsch Image S4i In-ear Headphones. I want them in white, that is if it looks like true white in person, if it looks grey, like below then don't get the white, get the black. I want the white like picture above. also they should cost between 80 and 150. i am not sure what they will be with the Singaporean dollar. Contact me before buying if they are over 110. If you are unsure about anything don't by it, contact me for any additional information. Thanks. And sorry if this seems cold but this page is public, I don't want personal information on here.

If you are thinking about buying better quality headphones then i suggest you do some research before you make your purchase. When i get them i may do a review for them or just add a note saying if they are good. Thanks.