Buy one get one free - Skullcandy Jib Earbuds £9.99 @ Argos
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Buy one get one free - Skullcandy Jib Earbuds £9.99 @ Argos

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Found 10th Aug 2013
For all you ballers on a budget still looking to score some street cred, Skullcandy introduces you to the Jib. Earbuds with unruly bass, sound clearer than alpine air, in 5 different colours; White, Blue, Green, Black and Pink. Offer ends Monday 12th August 2013!!!

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Do they come with a translator?



Chillax dude; I'm down the hip lingo, yo!

Heat added.

so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so cheapski all of a sudden?

Good for those people with four ears.

sharpedges12

Good for those people with four ears.



or buy 1 earbud, get the other 1 free? lol

Ordered 2 sets for collection tomorrow, at the Accrington store. Seems like a great deal for 2 sets of branded headphones at a fiver a set. Worth a punt, anyway. Thanks OP.

Ordered two for my kids. Can't go wrong at the price, doesn't matter if they lose or wreck them at that price. Thanks op

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iloveshopping1

so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so … so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so cheapski all of a sudden?


Because they cost them like 1p to make.

just reserved 2

cheers

what are these like? I don't like too much bass

Just reserved 2. Reviews sound good

They're quite 'tinny'. Had to whack the bass up to make them sound better. They're fine for the kids though.

Thanks Op, needed some new ones for the kids holiday

Looks like a hairdryer....

Reserved 2 pairs but showing £19.98 on confirmation email ?

iloveshopping1

so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so … so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so cheapski all of a sudden?



Because they break within about a month of buying them.

cheers

Thanks op.Very good earphones for the money.Had some previously, decent sound and definitely didn't break after a month.

Great find - thanks

stretcher

Reserved 2 pairs but showing £19.98 on confirmation email ?



My other half's order is for 2 pairs, and his confirmation email says £9.99 for one set and £0.00 for the other. Are you sure you didn't order 4 altogether, eg 2 of one colour and 2 of another? I suggest you double check the order and make sure you have ordered a total of 2 pairs; not 2 pairs of 2 colours, or a similar combination.

Tim1292

Don't get them, they suck. Bassy with poor detail. … Don't get them, they suck. Bassy with poor detail. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Creative-EP-630-Noise-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B009WQV15Ghttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-Universal-In-Ear-Headphones-Smartphone/dp/B004RFGD4Qhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-SHE8000WT-10-Headphones-Exchangeable/dp/B005IW42T0http://www.amazon.co.uk/Monoprice-Enhanced-Hi-Fi-Isolating-Earphones/dp/B00B8QCMHYThose are better options for this price or less.



The first 3 pairs are around £10 per pair, whereas the ones in the OP are £10 for 2 pairs, due to the bogof deal. The last pair, I can't comment on, as I am unfamiliar with the brand, whereas Skullcandy is a leading brand.

For the price you pay they are pretty decent quality, just picked mine up and use them on my phone and the sound quality is way better than anything i've bought previously at roughly this price.

They'll do for my Vita when i go on Holiday
Edited by: "aseddon130" 11th Aug 2013

Great deal!

borofan47

The first 3 pairs are around £10 per pair, whereas the ones in the OP are … The first 3 pairs are around £10 per pair, whereas the ones in the OP are £10 for 2 pairs, due to the bogof deal. The last pair, I can't comment on, as I am unfamiliar with the brand, whereas Skullcandy is a leading brand.



True but those will likely last twice as long and sound much better. Skullcandy is only a leading brand in a popular fashion-sense.
These cheap earphones are hardly any more fashionable than other in-ear headphones. You can probably find cheaper in-ears from China/HK off eBay with similar quality.

Having said that, these a decent, local and convenient if you need them. And others will think they're good because of the branding even though they aren't. Heat~

Edited by: "Artheido" 11th Aug 2013

I'm not denying the sound and build quality of the ones you found, I was referring to the price. You said the ones you found were the same price, but £10 a pair is not the same as £10 a pair BOGOF.





Edited by: "borofan47" 11th Aug 2013

Thanks OP - ordered 2 as prezzies to put away! Great price for 2!

£1.99 for a 3 year warranty - X)

Just checked my email
'3 Years Replacement Product Care on this Product. 883/2380 1 £1.99 Sorry, not available for store pick-up'

Will try to buy when I pick up tomorrow.
Edited by: "iwannamotorbike" 11th Aug 2013

Great deal thanks! Just reserved and picked them up

borofan47

I'm not denying the sound and build quality of the ones you found, I was … I'm not denying the sound and build quality of the ones you found, I was referring to the price. You said the ones you found were the same price, but £10 a pair is not the same as £10 a pair BOGOF.



Ah, that wasn't me posting those links.

Artheido

Ah, that wasn't me posting those links.



My apologies, you are right, it wasn't you.

Ordered on iphone showing £19.98, reordered on laptop now showing £9.99 glitch on iphone

adamwilson13

Because they break within about a month of buying them.



I can vouch for that X)

iloveshopping1

so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so … so why are skullcandy selling a lot of their in-ear headphones off so cheapski all of a sudden?



Could it possibly because they sound terrible and were only bought by people who thought they were fashionable? I'm now guessing they've fallen out of favour with fools and there are mountains of stock lying around that need shifting.

Bought two. Great find! Thanks.

just picked up 2 pairs up in-store and I have to say they do sound pretty good.

You can take out the £1.99 3 year warranty when they ask you at the till.

Luckily before I went out of the house this morning the post arrived and a £10 Argos voucher arrived so I used it for the earphones so it only cost me £3.97 for the warranty.
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