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Shure is a great company for making these
 
Not much to say here. They're the same as the medium silicone sleeves that come with your E2 (or similar) earbuds.I'm glad Shure makes replacement sleeves. Before I got the Shure earbuds, I had a decent pair of Sony in-the-ear, isolating buds ($40, if I remember right). When I lost one of those sleeves, it was impossible to find a replacement. Instead of perpetually spending $40 on a new pair of headphones every time I lost a sleeve, I went with Shure when I found out you could b...

Shure EA510M Medium Flex Earphone Sleeves review by Andrew K. can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Andrew K.
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 12/23/2007
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Best fit for me BUT...
 
Out of all the different styles of sleeves for the Shure e2c earbuds, I like the black flex ones the best. The foam ones are annoying because it takes at least 2 minutes to correctly put them in, and the clear rubber ones put too much pressure on your ear.The only porblem I have with these ones it that I you are doing anything except sitting perfectly still, you have to push them back in your ears every five minutes. It may not sound that bad but when you are walking somewhere it get...

Shure EA510M Medium Flex Earphone Sleeves review by Evan Winston can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Evan Winston
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Review Date: 03/28/2007
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Very good fit
 
I bought these local because they were very cheap, going out of business sale! I know have a life time supply as it was a bag of 20 medium and I'm still using the ones that came with mine, almost a year ago. I find the best fit is if I wet them first before inserting in ear, pull ear lobe down and away from body and turn the ear piece while pushing in.

Shure EA510M Medium Flex Earphone Sleeves review by Brian Macilroy can be read at Amazon.Com
 
Brian Macilroy
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5.0 out of 5.0   
         
 
Review Date: 12/20/2008
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