I don't care what the price is nor do I care how they sound, the important thing is how they fit and how light they are.
I have not tried them, and because of business rivals posting as members of the public, its hard to know, who, really has, and who is just negative posting, to try and stop a rivals product selling.
What I do know is, I have a Samsung Hs3000, bluetooth headset, and its the apt-X format in the headset body, working with a phone, which is apt- X compatible ( Mine, s edge+) and you tweak away to an amazing , wireless sound. My old original Galaxy s with irs wolfson dac sounds amazing, don't think that even has apt-X either. So on the basis of that experience, if they have, I must suppose, innovated from the old Hs3000 model, unless the form factor inhibits in some way, I'll wait to try these personally, before I'll let some unknown internet source of opinion , steer me , away, from something that may even turn out to be the best thing since sliced schnizzel. The price...dearer than I normally pay for headset stuff..but..if its in your price range,, its got to be tried, they are neat.
No one who has tried good wireless compact headphones is gonna buy this mediocre product at such an expensive price. They look good and that's pretty much it.
My mother bought them a week ago for training. She said that they are comfortable and it's good to train in a gym or just run with them. I've tried them also. The most terrible sound I've ever heard for this price. I use Westone headphones(am pro 20), they are a lil bit more expensive and I can't compare them with IconX. I think you know why.