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Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds

Product Description

Anything you wear on your head affects your appearance. As an interim step toward face tattoo, consider grooving to the beat of your own drum with Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds. They combine stylish good looks with great sound--all at a great value. The 1.3-meter cord gives you the freedom you need without becoming cumbersome, and the high quality 3.5mm plug is gold plated to resist corrosion. Skullcandy INK'D Earbuds also include 3 different sizes of silicone ear tips to customize your listening experience.

Product Features

  • 11mm speaker diameter
  • 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz frequency range
  • 1.3-meter cable with 3.5mm gold plated plug
  • Stylish in-ear design blocks outside noise
  • Includes 3 different sizes of silicone ear tips

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Overall rating: 
 
4.3
Sound Quality:
 
4.0   (1)
Durability:
 
5.0   (1)
Ease of Setup:
 
5.0   (1)
Wow Factor:
 
4.0   (1)
Design:
 
3.0   (1)
Value:
 
5.0   (1)
 
 
Overall rating: 
 
4.3
Sound Quality:
 
4.0
Durability:
 
5.0
Ease of Setup:
 
5.0
Wow Factor:
 
4.0
Design:
 
3.0
Value:
 
5.0
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Reviewed by James
February 12, 2009
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I got these for about $10 on sale, just needed some headphones for work to listen to the radio, iPod, PSP, etc. I'm surprised it came with 3 different silicone ear tips. Nice to have, but the default one works for me.

But the greatest thing about Skullcandy brands is that it has a Lifetime Warranty! How cool!

It sounds great for the price and it's comfortable in your ear. The wires protected by a pretty thick casing too.

I put a 3 for Design because it has a vertical jack instead of a L bracket type. I prefer the L type, because I use the headphones at work a lot to watch TV shows on my PSP while eating lunch. Why do I like the L type? Because I use my PSP in a stand type case and the L type headphone jack doesn't lift the PSP off the ground. And these do, just slightly, still very usable. But still a small annoyance.