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Skullcandy Navigators £14.50 @ Tesco direct
Skullcandy Navigators £14.50 @ Tesco direct

Skullcandy Navigators £14.50 @ Tesco direct

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Looking around for some headphones and spotted these in Argos for £79.99......only to then find them on Tesco Direct for £14.50.

Seems like a great price!

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I have these. Very comfortable and good sound.

Fab price, managed to pick up a pair for Xmas prezzie at £6 couple of months back when all old skullcandy's were reduced to clear in loads of Extras

Original Poster

£6! Bargain. I thought £14.50 was great. Ordered 2 anyway - happy with that price

just ordered a pair thank you although a slight delay now on click and collect but happy to wait

Original Poster

Yeah I noticed that. 2 day delay. Typical December I suppose.

I managed to get 3 pairs of these in the newton aycliffe extra store for £4 each and thats what they were marked on the shelf at to...cracking headphone very comfy

Also got these for £4 each a black pair and white Instore

I bought these last year as a gift for my son, they broke within the 1st 3 months, the cable has some electronics between the headphones and the phono plug, returned and exchanged for a new set, a few months later the new set broke. Don't expect them to last.

sam25878

Also got these for £4 each a black pair and white Instore



when was this?

salomonbonfire

I managed to get 3 pairs of these in the newton aycliffe extra store for … I managed to get 3 pairs of these in the newton aycliffe extra store for £4 each and thats what they were marked on the shelf at to...cracking headphone very comfy



when was this?

same price @ Amazon

Bought 2 pairs of AKG K452 for £40 in the recent Amazon DOTD so won't be buying anymore headphones.
Edited by: "Speculator" 4th Dec 2014

Speculator

same price @ AmazonBought 2 pairs of AKG K452 for £40 in the recent … same price @ AmazonBought 2 pairs of AKG K452 for £40 in the recent Amazon DOTD so won't be buying anymore headphones.



Thats not the same price.

Speculator

same price @ AmazonBought 2 pairs of AKG K452 for £40 in the recent … same price @ AmazonBought 2 pairs of AKG K452 for £40 in the recent Amazon DOTD so won't be buying anymore headphones.

Amazon showing 30£

K0YS

Amazon showing 30£



£14.50. See right hand panel for Amazon price.

£30 is marketplace seller, not Amazon.
Edited by: "Speculator" 4th Dec 2014

thatsmrbrucetou

Thats not the same price.



Oh yes it is.

see right hand panel for £14.50 Amazon price.

Not now,

Speculator

Oh yes it is. see right hand panel for £14.50 Amazon price.



Not now, showing £37.32 from Amazon

I must sound like a broken record, but Sennheiser HD201's at under £18 from Amazon are a better product, 2 year warranty and nicer to listen to. At £4-6 this is great, at £3.50 away from a better products price point, while technically hot, I'd suggest it's not the best use of your money.

Skull candy jib In ear headphones are also buy one get one free at tesco - great stocking filler

Speculator

£14.50. See right hand panel for Amazon price.£30 is marketplace seller, n … £14.50. See right hand panel for Amazon price.£30 is marketplace seller, not Amazon.

Is there a way of always showing the lowest price on listing or defaulting the seller to Amazon on thier site?

K0YS

Is there a way of always showing the lowest price on listing or … Is there a way of always showing the lowest price on listing or defaulting the seller to Amazon on thier site?



It would normally show the lowest price but on this occasion, Amazon were OOS but still accepting orders with 1/2 weeks delivery.

K0YS

Is there a way of always showing the lowest price on listing or … Is there a way of always showing the lowest price on listing or defaulting the seller to Amazon on thier site?



White/Black now £14.50 @ Amazon and in stock.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…e=6

Avalon-One

I must sound like a broken record, but Sennheiser HD201's at under £18 … I must sound like a broken record, but Sennheiser HD201's at under £18 from Amazon are a better product, 2 year warranty and nicer to listen to. At £4-6 this is great, at £3.50 away from a better products price point, while technically hot, I'd suggest it's not the best use of your money.



Fair point, but these get good reviews at $99, and they look pretty nice. Sennheiser ones will obviously be good, but I'd prefer an on-ear as opposed to over-the-ear set. Also the Sennheiser cable is 3m, which is a bit of a pain I've found.
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