Summary: While they don't quite measure up performance-wise to some competing models in this price range, the Skullcandy Navigators score points with their eye-catching design and comfortable fit.
Pros: The relatively compact Skullcandy Navigator on-ear headphones have a slick retro-future design, offer a comfortable fit with decent sound for $99 headphones, and their detachable cord has an Apple friendly inline remote/microphone.
Cons: Some headphones in this price range sound better; some of the inline remote features won't work with non-iOS devices.
Conclusion: Skullcandy's Navigator headphones meld cool style with distortion-free deep bass and a budget-friendly price tag.
Pros: Quality audio performance, with distortion-free deep bass response at high volumes. Cool design emulates Aviator sunglasses, includes inline microphone and remote for phone calls and controlling playback. Detachable cable adds value.
Cons: On-ear design leaks audio to those nearby. Drawstring carrying pouch sheds black felt particles—lots of them.
Conclusion: Om de någonsin blir lika berömda som Ray-Bans pilotbrillor är tveksamt, men Navigator-lurarna från Skullcandy ser precis ut som ett par Aviator-glasögon när man fäller ihop dem. En design-touch som inte är någon slump.