Great portable headphones if not worn for extended periods of time.
30 December 2013
Summary: These headphones are amazing for the price i paid for (under $40). The bass is amazing, and the mids are decent and high is great. It is pretty balanced, except for the fact the bass can be a bit overpowered, but not by a lot. I prefer using these more than my CAL's and Sens HD 428, since it sounds just a bit better in terms of bass and overall speaker volume. They blow my skullcandy lowriders out of the water, of course.
Summary: Gorgeous headphones. I'm really pleased with them. I would have preferred purple rather than pink but wanted then to look a bit feminine. White wasn't an option for me. Sound is good and they are comfortable even after a long time. Quite expensive though in my opinion.
Summary: I knew nothing about Skullcandy headphones before taking ownership of the Navigator. I had, I guess, assumed that it was a brand that appealed to those who like to be cool, whatever that means. Coolness for the sake of coolness, maybe. I must admit, it was not a brand that I ever took seriously. I do now. These are 'proper' headphones and worthy of being compared to anything else at the price.
Stylish, good sound quality but not the most practical
23 July 2013
Summary: I do agree with the other reviewers of this product - the sound quality and design are good, the quality of the product itself is good.. Material does not feel cheap. My friends think the headphones look really stylish and it is "pretty" enough to be appreciated by a girl as opposed to the headphones footballers generally prefer.
Summary: bough this product for my daughter as a birthday present. she loves the hsedphone like crazy. the sound quality is good as well as the design. the product was also delivered on time. well done.
Summary: Firstly, I'm not sure what all this silly "Skullcandy" mullarkey is supposed to be. Regular candy is for the skull. Admittedly, there was a boy in my O-level Geography class called Bill Randle who once had to go to hospital after putting a whole pack of cinnamon gobstoppers up his bum (although the straw that broke the camel's back(side) may have been the sachet of popping candy, that followed as a chaser).
Summary: Length:: 3:18 Mins I have used skullcandy in the past and have always been skeptical about another headphone that just looks good with no performance to show for the price. The navigator is a prime example of a pair of headphones that combines style, quality and size very well. It is small, light weight and the foam used on the ear cups are very nice.
Summary: I'll start of with the good, its designed very nicely and when curled in slightly does like like sunglasses, it also feels fairly sturdy, the side brackets are made of a strong metal and i can feel the quality even though they looked pretty flimsy in the picture. than the comfortability, at first its really comfy the leather and memory foam feel great, after a while the headphones do squash into your head rather tight and applies pressure on the muscles that open my jaw...
Summary: This is my second pair of Skullcandys. My other pair are from the top of their range, and I was blown away by the quality and sound. These are clearly pitched at a lower end, and it tells. There's always a danger with a brand such as this that you're paying a premium for the name, so you don't get the quality of the product at the price tag. That feels like the case here. On a positive note, they look really good, in keeping with Skullcandys's image.