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Skullcandy Ink'd In-Ear Audio Earbud Headphones - Blue

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  • 2 silicone gel tips
  • Lightweight and fashionable
  • Direct to ear acoustics
  • Big headphone sound without the hassle
  • Isolates any external noise

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Colour Name: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 3.8 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 18 g
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  • Item model number: S2INCZ-035
  • ASIN: B003KN2K0M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Jan. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (695 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Colour Name: Blue

Product Description

Connector Type:1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ), Diaphragm:11 mm, Sound Output Mode:Stereo, Headphones Type:Headphones - binaural, Frequency Response:20 - 20000 Hz, In-Cord Volume Control:Yes, Connectivity Technology:Wired, Headphones Form Factor:In-ear ear-bud, Service & Support:Limited lifetime warranty, Service & Support Details:Limited warranty - lifetime, Included Accessories:3 pairs of silicone ear tips, Cables Included:1 x headphones cable - integrated - 1.3 m

Manufacturer's Description

Ink adds permanence. It forces the visual representation of an idea, concept, ideal or experience, and tangibly commemorates it. Like a tattoo, graffiti, or stretch marks. Until you’re really ready to commit, go with the INKD ear buds. Big sound, little price, no visible scarring.

The INKD ear buds boast the following:
Speaker Diameter: 11mm
Magnet Type: NdFeB
Frequency Range: 20 - 20K Hz
Impedance: 16 ohms
Max Input Power: 100mW
Cable Type: TPE, Nylon Braided
Cable Length: 1.3m
Plug type: 3.5 mm gold plated
Wearing Style: In Ear

Avoid using headphones with the volume turned up for an extended period of time. Doing so can damage your hearing. It is advisable to keep the volume at a moderate level at all times. For your own safety, please do not use when driving or cycling.


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3.4 out of 5 stars

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694 of 721 people found the following review helpful By The Truth TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Nov. 2010
Colour Name: Silver/Black
As a signed music producer and part time DJ, for the last 17 years I've travelled a lot playing all around the world; so I've had every type of personal music players there is - from cassette Walkmans bought in Hong Kong, to Discmans, to Minidisc players to Walkman phones and now MP3s etc. etc. etc... So I've been through my fair share of headphones.

I've honestly had loads,some good - some bad, and I can tell you these are 'fine' for personal stereos and perfectly up to the job. They do have their shortcoming, but they also have a lot of positives - especially, I think, considering the price. The main thing you want to know about of course though, is how they sound.

They aren't going to satisfy the hi-fi buff and music purists out there, but then again, neither is listening to the MP3's format anyway. Here in lies the problem. MP3, as a format is rubbish - and lacks any sort of depth or warmth to the sound anyway, so anything you listen to on a iPod, portable MP3 player or walkman phone is going to be lacking in quality and beep bass anyway - so why waste a fortune on headphones, when these do the job adequately.

I've never liked these sort of 'bud' type earpieces as I've always found they didn't fit in my ears and just fell out all the time when I walked - but I'm happy to say these ones, for some reason, stay put. Not only that, they're the 1st pair of sound nullifying or isolating headphones I've ever had that work. They do actually block out all the sound around me I've found - even on train journeys.

All in all, for the money, I'm very happy with these head phones. Some people say the rubbery leads catch on clothes and pull them put - again, I've never had a problem with this.
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87 of 93 people found the following review helpful By DaveM05 on 8 Jun. 2011
Colour Name: Green
First I should point out that these types of headphones do have issues in terms of reliability, where one ear piece will eventually give way. This is a problem with many in-ear headphone products, I have not had a pair that do not have this issue (that has been many).
These Skullcandy products do tend to go a bit sooner than usual, however Skullcandy provide a 100% lifetime guarantee on all headphone products (check website), it couldn't be simpler, pop them in an envelope with a brief description of the issue and the original receipt, within no time you will have a brand new pair.

Aside from this issue I have personally found them to offer superb comfort and sound quality.
Before I get lambasted about the quality of sound produced I would like to point out one thing, these are going to be used on portable MP3 players, as such the quality of the file comes into play, if you are seriously into music you won't be listening to .MP3 files.
In comparison to other in-ear headphones I find them to be head and shoulders above the competition. They have a snug comfortable fit within 'my' ears. The quality of sound across the whole spectrum is excellent. Also, ignore expensive noise cancelling headphones, with these in your ears you really aren't going to hear much else.

All in all, for sub £[], listening on an MP3 player, you aren't going to get much better.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ash on 8 Jun. 2011
Colour Name: Black/Black
I received these earphones as a gift. I must say, I was very pleased with the sound they produced. As a drummer, these were the only earphones I'd had for ages that managed to compete with my drum kit's racket, meaning I could play along to my iPod.

However, less than a month later, the product's sound simply cut out, one earphone quickly after the other. I think it's something to do with jack going into the iPod because it produced sound when the jack was adjusted from it's original position and held at a certain angle, but of course it was silly to have to hold them in the same place all the time and completely unproductive, so I went out, thinking that my first pair of skullcandy's were a one off error, to buy myself some more. Of course these too broke after a month and a half or so. I suppose they may last if you don't use them very regularly, but as musician and a regular iPod listener, it's not worth the annoyance of having pairs break on you once a month. Excellent sound quality, as said in the title, but let down immensely by the shockingly bad build of the things. Not worth the extra cash of buying new ones.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr S Selkirk on 27 Feb. 2013
Colour Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I really wanted to give this product zero stars, however that wasn't an option and this one star seems one to high.

These broke within the first week of ownership, after wrapping them around my phone and putting them into my work bag they were broken. An earbud came apart and when I put them back together zero sound was produced and felt like I was getting a little electric shock in my ear.

The plus, great sound quality but regret my purchase.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andromeda's Twin on 14 July 2012
Colour Name: Purple/Black Verified Purchase
My review is about a purple pair that I bought here on Amazon, although I have a red pair too that I bought elsewhere, they are the best earphones I have used so far, I do not have a lot of luck with earphones, I have had many, many pair of Creative EP 830 which break within a month usually so anything that lasts longer than that is a hit with me. My earphones are in constant use, they are frequently wrapped around my iPod or mobile and shoved into a bag or a pocket, I am not easy-going on them. I have found Ink'd earphones to be perfect (so far).

I am sure there are many excellent alternatives out there (somewhere) but I have such terrible luck with them that I now refuse to pay more than £25 since I know I'm looking at buying at least 4 pairs a year!

It must be noted that they are noise isolating earphones, ie. They go IN the EAR. They come with medium size buds or an alternative small bud which may not be suitable for everybody. I can ONLY wear In-Ear Buds but my daughter can only wear the other type (not certain what they would be called) and having read some of the reviews on here I think this is an important point to note. My best description for you would be to avoid buying this type of Ear Bud if you LIKE the earphones that come with iPods and Blackberry or Sony mobiles as Ink'd will most likely not be of any use to you. If, like me, you cannot wear iPod/Blackberry/Sony earphones then Ink'd will probably be a good bet for you.
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