The design A33 is not necessary premium, but it looks durable enough. Starting with a headphone plug, you have right angle connector and molded rubbery housing which goes into a flat "noodle" style cable. Going up, y-splitter is also a small molded piece. Though there was no strain relief around the plug or splitter, flat rubber shielding of the wire should give some level of bend protection at the joints. Right side of the cable going to earpiece has in-line remote with a single multi-function button and a mic opening.
Remote is plastic and small enough to match the overall theme of the design. The button on the remote has the same matching golden color as earpieces. Remote itself has a basic single click Play/Pause/Call functionality and double-click to skip to the next track. Obviously, this is a universal remote without volume control since iOS and Android differ in this respect. Though I don't have access to super noisy environment, testing phone call quality yielded an ok results, and having remote/mic closer to my face helped with voice pickup. Also, typical for flat cable design, microphonics effect is present when cable rubs against your cloth.
Moving up to cylindrical lightweight aluminum earpieces, cable attaches through an interesting molded piece which goes around the middle of the earpiece and extends to form a strain relief. In there, you can find a stamped L/R marking, but they are very hard to see. Luckily, I was using in-line remote located on the right side as my guidance to determine L/R earpiece. Earpieces themselves have a traditional cylindrical design, golden color finish, a matching golden wire mesh covering a nozzle, and a pinhole vent opening on the back.
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