Summary: The sound quality is A-OK, and worth what they're usually sold for in most shops. The nice, plastic design is pretty and the surfaces smooth and easy to customise if you prefer to paint them yourself. The quality of sound and the price are usually sound, and they do look very nice.
Pros: Good sound, lightweight, folds well, looks nice
Cons: pressure on ears, hurts if used too long, insecure fit, not very durable
Summary: My first pair of these quit on me, the left headphone stopped working. This was less than a year after buying them. I received a replacement, which arrived broken, so I ended up having to get a refund. Skullcandy are all about the look and less about the quality and sound, in my point of view.
Really annoyed about these as i was not made clear anywhere ...
23 August 2014
Summary: Really annoyed about these as i was not made clear anywhere that I would need to purchase a splitter (never even heard of that until having to do research because of this) in order to use this as both headphones and a mic at the same time. So for the use I needed them for, totally useless.
Don't bother... unless you are sitting still in a quiet room.
31 July 2014
Summary: The only thing going for these headphones are the decent sound they produce. But it's just decent, not brilliant even at this price range. And even then, to hear whatever sound quality that it does produce you have to be sitting quite still in a very quiet room.
Summary: I was very pleased with these headphones... sound quality, style, portability etc. I used them for around 2 months, mostly for listening to podcasts and music on the move, when they went the way of almost every set of cheaper headphones and one side of the headphones ceased to work - probably due to...
Summary: Headphones worked fine with my iPod, sound quality is pretty good for budget headphones. However, when I tried them on my second mp3 (not an iPod) the mic interfered with the sound so badly it was unusable.