Reviews and Problems with Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket
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They're great, just not for me.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Personally, I don't really like Skull Candy headphones, because they won't stay in my ears and when my sister wears them she can't hear a word I'm saying. Even though I don't like them, all of my friends do. That's the only headphones they wear, because for some reason they fit them just fine. I must have really tiny ears... but anyway, they love them.
Excerpt: I think these Skull head phones look very stylish. I hope they come in all different colors such as green which is my favorite color. I think the teens would love having these especially a specific color to match there own particular style. It creates a self image that the teens now and days are striving to look for. I think this would make a great stocking stuffer.
Not a bad set of headphones, but not a great set either.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The overall quality of these are so-so. The sound quality lacks on the high and lows, but have good clarity on the mid-tones. Construction is acceptable; however, the durability is lacking. on multiple pairs in our household one earbud or the other will stop working within about 6 months. If you can get them on sale for a reasonable price, go for it.
Excerpt: I bought the Skull Candy headphones because I love skull everything! They did work pretty well while they lasted and they did stay in my ears pretty good thrughout my running on the treadmill. However, the headphnes wore out rather quickly. The little round metal piece that is under the rubber part broke off and I could not use them anymore because only one side worked from then on. I am really not sure how they broke but I don't think I even had them longer than a...
Excerpt: These headephones are definatly not the greatest thing since peanut butter but they get the job done, I suppose. The quality of sound is decent unless you're in a crowded bus of talkative teenagers. At home just getting some work done though they work out just fine. Comfort isn't that great though.
Excerpt: So I received these headphones to use with my Go Gear and they work excellent. They have a unique design and are not painful like those standard cheapy headphones. They come with different sized ear gel buds to adjust to the comfort and size of your ears. Just make sure those ears are clean of taters because the ear buds will slide out if your ears are not dry. These headphones work with a cell phone with a 2.5 mm jack and other portable devices.
Excerpt: Well first of all these earbuds have a great sound quality, unlike Coby earbuds; which sound muffled. They are a little expensive, especially depending on where you purchase them. I usually buy mine at TJ Maxx for ten dollars or sometimes a littles less.They usually only last me a couple of months, the wires alwasys seem to get broken some how. I know it's not just me because it has happened to iother people I know too.
Excerpt: i bought these with high recommenation, but i didn't care for them. sounds were nice, no stateic noise or anything, but for me, they didn't fit my ears very well. i noticed my ears hurting after wearing them, and discontinued using them. my preteen daughter started using them and she likes them alot. they seem to not bug her like they did me. she uses them for her mp3, nintendo ds, cd player and her personal dvd player. infact most of the time she has them on, you...
Excerpt: I was really excited to get a pair of Skullcandy FMJ headphones. The sound is supposed to be excellent and they add a neat fashion touch to a fairly utilitarian item. The sound is, in fact, excellent, especially for the price. These are not budget phones, but they don't carry a superpremium price, either. I have tried mine with everything from classical music, which I am not really a fan of, to rap and pop, and everything sounds great.
Excerpt: I bought a pair of FMJ headphones to replace my stock iPhone ear buds that accidentally when through the wash. I could have bought replacement Apple buds for $30, but I really like good sound quality so I thought it would be worth it to spend a little extra and get a great replacement. I shopped around and got a pretty good deal on the FMJs for about $70. They definitely sound better than the stock iPhone ear buds, but not good enough to cost twice as much.