Stay comfortable while listening to music with these Skullcandy earphones. The in-ear design features soft silicone ear gels so that your ear stays comfortable for hours on end, and they disguise the solid drivers that make your music so listenable. The flat cable of these Skullcandy earphones minimizes tangles for easy maintenance.
Posted by: Kris from: on
+At first I didn't like the sound as much as my Smokin Buds 2 wireless but that all changed when i swapped out the big earpiece for the smaller one. This solved my issue of the lack of bass and the highs being too high. Now the sound is perfect!
+These are much more comfortable than the Smokin Buds 2, i can jog and the front bounces up and down a bit but the earbuds dont get pulled.
+It doesn't even feel like I'm wearing them, i can also lay down without feeling them and i can do sit ups without them falling/sliding off.
-Bluetooth range a bit shorter than the Smokin Buds 2
-The cable connecting the earbuds to the rest of the unit is a bit thin and seems like it would be easy to break.
22 out of 23 found this review helpful.
Great Sound but ...
Posted by: MHSL from: on
So these have awesome sound and connect very easily - however the 30' range I have to question - I can't even put my phone in my back (or front) pocket and not have interruption and breaking up, and for dang sure you can't walk within 3' and not have issues ... Either I am doing something wrong or range pretty much sucks. The range issue is the only problem with these that's why the low rating. If you have your phone right next to you these are great, comfortable in the ears, comfortable around your neck, awesome sound !!!
12 out of 13 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Jimmy from: on
I can honestly say I was a little concerned about choosing the right pair so I decided to go with these.I must say as soon as I used them I was totally satisfied. They are nice and light ,they don't fall off if you're looking up doing something ,the battery lasts a long time,and most importantly they've got great sound (nice deep bass).I recommend to anyone buying headphones that if you are not happy with your sound you can always go on Google play (free) and download a headphone equalizer and tweak the sound to your personal liking. I would also recommend if you are spending $50 and up,splurge on the 2 year warranty plan,it's worth it's weight in gold,trust me .In conclusion I'm tired of hearing my wife watching stupid Facebook videos so I may be heading up to best buy for a second pair.
10 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Frank from: on
Connection starts to break at 5 ft from the device. The sound becomes really choppy then just cuts off. I also have this experience with putting my phone in my pocket and the sound becomes distorted. It gets increasingly frustrating as you try to listen to music while moving around or away from your phone. the only way this device works properly is if you leave it within perfect line of sight. Do not buy these.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Meade87 from: on
This product was very underwhelming. The headphones would cut in and out when I put my phone in my pocket and when I would enter the busy street of Broadway in Manhattan it wold also cut in and out. I quickly returned the product.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Great Wireless Headphones - Exactly what I needed
Posted by: huboboss11214 from: on
I've had the 50/50 for the longest time. About every 6 months the wiring near the jack would have issues so i would have to buy a new pair that often. I used them for everyday use including working out so i can see how much i was using them hence having issues. I started looking for alternatives that would make more sense in my daily life and began to look for wireless options. after reading reviews online about the Ink'd wireless I decided to give them a shot. I've had them for 2 weeks and it has met my expectations. good lasting battery, good range, good sound. bass is not as deep as the 50/50 but its still pretty good. i use them all day long. morning commute, morning gym, during office hours and evening commute. I only charge them once a day and it provides plenty of juice. great product for the price. highly recommended.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
ehh not worth it
Posted by: Candace89 from: on
oh gosh I really wanted to love & keep these headphones but I had to return them after a few days. I was sold on the first review & decided to purchase them. However the interference from other signals thoroughly annoyed me. The range wasn't any good either. During phone calls people could mostly hear every other word that I said & I kept having to repeat myself. I really loved how sleek these were in comparison to others on the market. My search continues!
10 out of 15 found this review helpful.
Did not like
Posted by: Cello from: on
I did not like them . I have had better sound from cheaper products. Keep losing connection with my phone .
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Beachy from: on
I bought these to jog with. Very lightweight, great sound for music listening. Able to hear text alerts clearly through the buds.
My only negative is the way you have to push on the arm of the neckband to skip songs. This feature is not easy to do, I find myself pushing on the plus sign and nothing but the volume goes up. This feature does not work well. I also have had hands free phone conversations on them with no problems, people say the sound quality is good when you are on a phone conversation .
My overall rating for the buds are great for the price. Would recommend as long as you don't need the skip feature.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Nice Motorcyclist bluetooth headset!
Posted by: HYCE from: on
These are great and I'm surprised by the sound these buds can produce! was skeptical of the inked series buds fitment but they do not fall out as easily as you expect. With the battery and controls on a neck piece, this allow the buds to feel lighter in the ear and less cumbersome than the BT headsets with battery/controls on the buds. This allows the user to easily use one headphone if they're in an environment that requires one ear to be free. Something to be mindful of, the neck piece has a relaxed fit, meaning if you're too active they will fall and yank the buds out you ear. Walking or just moving around a work space will sit just fine.
Controls are simple, to volume up/down, you just have to press plus or minus button. To change tracks you have to hold plus or minus. Play and pause, press the center, and to power on/off, you just have to hold the center. Though changing tracks seems to take a while when holding down the controlls than I'd like.
Sound quality is great for the price and nothing sounds muddy if you have good quality music streaming through. Bass is very present with the proper seal. I recommend inserting the earbuds like you would foam ear plugs, pulling the ear back and inserting the headphone. (FYI: it gets a little tougher to get a good seal if there's some ear wax present of if you're sweating (keep'em clean and dry'em out!).
MOTORCYCLE STUFF: These fit great under a full face helmet if you aim the wire from the buds as straight down as possible. Of course if one gets loose, you'll need to finagle a finger to set the ear bud back in place (as with any earbud) With large buttons and light textures for the three buttons, the controls are very easy to distinguish with (summer) gloves on. Wouldn't try to answering a call while riding, there is no wind noise reduction to help out especially since the microphone is integrated with the controls (which will be on your neck out in the elements)