Let me preface this by saying I love my pros. I've had them for about two weeks, and in almost every way they are far superior to my first generations Airpods. They pair faster, sound better, last longer, virtual surround sound will soon be a thing and I can shut the world out or let it in on a whim. And the ability to have a clickable button like the wired Earpods to control what I'm listening to is far better than the awkwardness of tapping your own head to make the sounds stop. That just makes you look insane.
Okay, so that last bit isn't really that hard. But the improvements are there. The Pros are great, $360CAD price tag not withstanding. So why in the name of the holy audio fedelity gods do the bloody things keep falling out of my ears? I've had no problems with either the wired Earpods or original Airpods. I could shake my head until my brain rattled, bend over like Milie Cyrus's twerking teacher and run like I'm late for a very important date without a care in the world. Only times they did fall out were when I brushed them wrong or barreled headlong into a parking meter. Even noise isolation wouldn't have masked the sound of that clang. I've tried all three cup sizes and confirmed via their apparently sofisticated ear test that all three have great seals. So why do they slip out as if my ears are rejecting posative progress? If I stay still all is decent, but the moment I start to move abit, out they come. That's not the kind of popping I want when listening to something. Especially when it involves fishing around in the recently moistened garbage to reclaim it. Thank goodness for the find my feature.
I've heard there are memory foam cups which help, but that's like buying a wonder bra to augment what's already fantastic; it might make you feel better, but you shouldn't have to do it. I paid a premium for these wonders; I don't want to pay more to ensure they work properly. Sure I can turn them upside down to fit the tips into the flap of my ear, but then I can't easily access the fantastic controls. I'm really trying to shake off the niggling sense of buyer's remorse here because as I said in my opening, I love these things.