Summary: I chose this rating because it was a gift for my husband, he loves them but says that sometimes they fall out of the ear. Also the tin,while handy to keep headphones clean, is sometimes a struggle to open. The sound quality is great.
Summary: i have already read reviews about these earphones and i've heard that they are comparable to big brands like beats. they have some of the best sound quality out there, it comes with a cool tin case, it has a mic which is ok for taking calls and going on skype, and it is made of metal which gives it a good quality feel and strength to it. it noise cancels and shows great layers of sound.
Summary: I've had quite a bad history with Skullcandy, so had been using other brands for quite a few years since my last Skullcandy headphones/earphones. Previous models seemed to give up after about 3 months but these are the most durable earphones I've ever come across, and the sound quality is amazing.
Summary: I bought a pair of these and they worked fantastically but after maybe a year, one bud suddenly stopped working, while the other lost some volume (you could still listen to music just not at full volume). I assumed that this was due to not being careful enough with them (I was treating them, I would say, better than most people would, but they still got bashed about a bit) and so I bought another pair.
Summary: this is of course my opinion! but I have done so much research before and I do say these are the best if you look for small ear buds that stay in your ears, that are none damageable , and outstanding sound quality. I prefer these to many others, but that of course personal view.
Summary: Very good sound if a little bassy on some tracks, easy to fix. I have been using this product daily for a month and no problems, if I'm being critical i'd say the leads running to the ear buds are a little thin and could do with a volume control on the little control box. But saying that the sound makes up for all of it, treble, mids bass all clear and loud. Excellent for the money only Bose or the like can compete but you would have to pay four times as much.