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Skullcandy Inkd Earbuds - Was £19.99 Now £9.80 @ Amazon
Skullcandy Inkd Earbuds - Was £19.99 Now £9.80 @ Amazon

Skullcandy Inkd Earbuds - Was £19.99 Now £9.80 @ Amazon

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Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
Impedance: 16 Ohms
Ear Coupling: In Ear
Cable: 1.3m
Plug Type: 3.5mm

16 Comments

I bought some of these a year or so ago and they are still going strong and an excellent choice if you like your music with a little extra bass. Well worth the money.

few pence dearer at play but if your gonna buy these just read the reviews on play first... very poor indeed . was gonna buy till i read the reviews

i brought some of these in hawaii april last year for $5 had never heard of skullcandy before but took a gamble and was happy for the money

I've got some skullcandy earbuds, they are OK for the money I think (£10 at the time @ Play.com),
I do keep breaking them by standing on the earpiece though

Decent heaphones for the price. My main gripe is that the cables have a weird rubber coating that sticks to everything.

I think the CX300's are much better than these and won't cost you much more.

I had these and found them to be a bad fit (even after trying all the buds). Sounds quality was fine for the money tho!
I use these now - amazon.co.uk/Cre…8-1
cheaper and just as good :thumbsup:

Having tried both I struggled to find the difference between this and the Sennheiser CX300 (sometimes sold as Sennheiser Eco Ear Headphones). But the Sennheiser looks nicer, and is from a better sound brand, so I hae a bit more confidence that the Sennheiser ones will last longer and probably delivers better (if negligible) quality.

The CX300 are sold for about £11... IMO worth for only £2 quid more. But if you are really short of money than go for these Inkd ones.

I have a set of these and they've lasted me well over the year I've had them. My only gripe is that when you walk with them on you get this weird thudding coming through your body (kind of like when you put your ear against a car window and you can hear the sound of the road). Great for when I'm on a train though as they really kill the background noise.

I have had loads they always break within six months. Amazing until they break skullcandy are impossible to contact to get them fixed and shops like hmv are funny when returning them. But for that price and from amazon give them a go

boonkoh;7447728

Having tried both I struggled to find the difference between this and the … Having tried both I struggled to find the difference between this and the Sennheiser CX300 (sometimes sold as Sennheiser Eco Ear Headphones). But the Sennheiser looks nicer, and is from a better sound brand, so I hae a bit more confidence that the Sennheiser ones will last longer and probably delivers better (if negligible) quality.The CX300 are sold for about £11... IMO worth for only £2 quid more. But if you are really short of money than go for these Inkd ones.



I agree. £10.99 @ play for the cx300. I bought a spare pair just incase my current ones die. But I've had them a year and still going strong despite bring badly tangled and twisted many times!

paul1521;7443721

i brought some of these in hawaii april last year for $5 had never heard … i brought some of these in hawaii april last year for $5 had never heard of skullcandy before but took a gamble and was happy for the money



another one, its "bought", "brought" is a totally different word.

jamesdew;7455113

another one, its "bought", "brought" is a totally different word.


Oh i'm sorry, am i bothered my grammer offends you. NO get a life :x

paul1521;7456360

Oh i'm sorry, am i bothered my grammer offends you. NO get a life :x



I wouldn't have bothered to point out that you spelled grammar incorrectly or that you forgot to capitalise your "I", but I just don't understand how increasingly so many adult people can get two completely different words confused so easily. That's not bad grammar that is just plain wrong English.

jamesdew;7456943

I wouldn't have bothered to point out that you spelled grammar … I wouldn't have bothered to point out that you spelled grammar incorrectly or that you forgot to capitalise your "I", but I just don't understand how increasingly so many adult people can get two completely different words confused so easily. That's not bad grammar that is just plain wrong English.



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