We’ll be the first to admit that we’re a sucker for a workout shortcut or anything that makes our sweat sesh easier/quicker/more enjoyable. These $10 headphones on Amazon promise to do just that. With a comfy in-ear design, extra long input cord, and improved listening frequency, these headphones are the accessory you’ll want to have on hand while you get your heart rate up. Plus, since this pair is backed by over 50,000 reviews, we’re at least a little intrigued to learn more. Take a look below for all the deets.

First things first: If you’re a fan of outfit coordination, the Panasonic ErgoFit In-Ear Earbud Headphones ($10+) come in eight vivid hues, as well as the more standard white or black. Color aside, the earpads are soft and designed to conform perfectly to your ears. Each purchase also includes three pads (S/M/L) to pick from for better sizing to further prevent the mid-workout fallout (the worst!). Additionally, people are drawn to the long, nearly four-foot cord, which makes listening to tunes on-the-go — or on a cardio machine — a tug-less breeze. Pair this with Panasonic’s claims of “balanced audio” and “wider frequency,” and your chances of experiencing crystal-clear sound are practically guaranteed.

Primarily, users are most impressed with the price point on these flashy little buds. “I can’t believe these are so cheap! These sound fantastic… I can feel myself getting fitter and more productive already. I put on a ‘running’ song to try out the quality and I immediately wanted to go running,” states one review. But perhaps, more importantly, is the raved-about durability and functionality given their affordability. “[I’ve] been using this since 2012 during the day while I work to listen to music… This gets rolled and tossed into my bag every weekday, yet… no tears, no loose wires, earpads in tact. Fully functioning. Sound still crisp and clear. It can definitely stand the mild abuse,” says another loyal buyer.

If you’re a bit of a skeptic, we get it. But is it worth trying these headphones out for the cost of a single Alexander Hamilton? We think so.

Will you be trying these headphones? Let us know @BritandCo!

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