I have the Black ones, with metallic cable, and the inline mic/toggle, and use it with my iPhone.
Bought these at an airport when my normal earbuds totally flaked out two months ago. GREAT BASS sound. Nice style.. These stay in my ear better than the type that sit in the groove on your ear (maybe it's just me, I don't see anyone else have issues, but if I move around much the other type never stay in).
Once again it may be just be, but I am able to turn these up louder on the bus to work without requests from people to turn my music down.. That equals a more enjoyable music experience for me, AND the people around me. With my old earbuds outside noise would get through to me, and my "irritating" hi-hats would get through to 50 somethings on the commuter bus, and despite turning them way up I couldn't hear as much, and bass? Forget about it.
I see some are not happy about the quality... well I've only had them two months so far, so I can't say too much.. hope they stay in good shape.
I stuff them in a small pocket on top of my backpack, and they don't get tangled too bad either..
Why not 5 stars? I can't stand the toggle sometimes.. with my apple earbuds, the toggle worked flawless: single tap is pause, double tap to next track, triple to go back.
The button is "jerky" so It's sometimes harder to get the same sensitivity (easier to mistakenly press twice instead of a clean triple tap)
Its one tiny button to locate (a pain in the neck when wearing gloves. The whole mic is like one big button with the apple ones),
And a lot of times the unit arbitrarily decides what your button taps mean: Like I may mean to double tap, but it's not quick enough, and it treats it as a triple tap??? Never if I try to do that on purpose though.
Verdict: Good sound quality, but not so great mechanics on the toggle. But you buy earphones for sound in the end right?.. by that measure it trumps any I've ever used.