Summary: I didn't realise that it sat on the ear and clearly shown in the above picture and not cup the ear which is what I really wanted to buy. But having said that, they are well made, good sound and pretty cool.
Disappointing... nowhere near the sound quality of the Aviators
Robert Howcroft "robhowcroft", Amazon
24 April 2014
Summary: Five stars: completely exceeded my expectations and would highly recommended Four stars: better than expected and would probably recommended Three stars: met my expectations with no hidden surprises or shocks Two stars: below my expectations and probably wouldn't recommend One star: completely below my expectations and certainly wouldn't recommend First off, I also own a pair of the Navigator's bigger brother, the Aviators.
Summary: intermittent performance with video camera(only one side) and would prefer a straight jack into headphones rather than a 90 degree angled jack, it makes it too fiddly to assemble. Received a free pair of in ear phones with this order and both sound excellent.
Summary: Pros: The headphones look stylish and comes with mic. Very good noise cancelling Cons: Don't expect great bass for this price. It had some compatibility issue with old model phones but works fine with computer\tablets.
Summary: In the case of these Skullcandy headphones you are definitely paying for the brand. The sound quality is great but that is clearly an afterthought here. Construction is solid. Unlike their lower-priced "lowrider" range, these are much less likely to break due to the metal that is used to make the headband. They are comfortable to wear. Sound quality is about what you'd expect. Sufficient bass and high end mean that these reproduce all kinds of music to a decent level.