Pros: -Stylish -Skullcandy -Adjustable jack -Adjustable in general -Comfortable
Cons: -No mic (However it was my fault I purchased this assuming it had a mic). Only reason I give it 4/5 instead of 5/5 is price. I did not think they are worth $75 (Shipping included) that I paid. Rather they are more worth $50. If possible I suggest waiting until on sale.
Summary: For the price its a reasonable quality make however one Very annoying thing is that after an hour or so of listening to music the headphones irritate your ears and have to be removed for a while or just readjusted.
Summary: So after my set is starting to break after about 2 years (not Skullcandy's fault), I decided to write a review. When you first put them on, they will seem a bit tight. but that's only for a short time and you can extend it and reduce the strain. The sound quality is nice for the price.
Summary: Very high quality product and well built, like all Skullcandy headphones, with very good bass response. Comfortable to wear and easily adjustable for a good fit. I have found them well worth the price.
Summary: I Really like these headphones, they're very good at getting rid of outside noise so that all you can hear is the music. The only complaint that I have at the moment is that they hurt the head if you have them on in a certain position or even have them on for too long.
Excerpt: Given that I'd had my first taste of headphones and felt that I'd had a poor first meeting, I wasn't going to rush back to the boring and standard iPod earphones. Over ear ones were the way forward, so I was going to keep it that way from now on.
Excerpt: I'd heard really good things about these headphones, and my sister had nothing but good things to say about the Skullcandy brand so I decided to buy them. I bought them for £49.99 from HMV. I have seen them in shops and also online and are quite easy to get hold of.