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  • Designed, engineered and manufactured by Skullcandy
  • Supreme Sound delivers Attacking Bass, Natural Vocals and Precision Highs
  • Soft leather touch memory foam ear pillows provide ultimate comfort
  • Mic3 delivers complete control of any iOS device and the detached cables enables better mobility
  • Ergonomic design for the ultimate fit
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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 10 cm ; 299 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 322 g
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  • Item model number: SGAVFM-120
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Sept. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Skullcandy – Navigator On-Ear Headphones

You could say that the Skullcandy Navigator is just a sleeker, on-ear version of our resident high-flyer, Aviator. But that wouldn't be fair to our designers who toiled to create an ergonomic work of art, fine tuning the ear cup's shape and size, and coming up with a retro look even truer to the original shades, for which its big brother was named. Nor would it recognise the work of our engineers to develop a second generation that retains all the key elements of the first with far less complexity and greatly reduced part count, and to deliver Skullcandy Supreme Sound through high-quality tuned, 40mm drivers and an advanced acoustic chamber.

Because of the success of the Aviator, we weren't starting from scratch. So, we got a jump start on the Navigator's R&D with our collective years of experience and gathered up all the PhDs in the room to create something iconic. The Navigator is trendy and timeless - the perfect balance of design and performance.

Navigator Technical Specifications

The Skullcandy Navigator headphones have a fold up design and they weigh approximately 200g without the braided nylon cable. REX40 40mm drivers and the advanced acoustic chamber system enables an impedance level of 34ohms and a sound pressure level of 104db (1mW/500Hz.)

About Skullcandy

Skullcandy became the world's most distinct audio brand by bringing colour, character and performance to an otherwise monochromatic space; revolutionising the audio arena by introducing headphones, earbuds and other audio and wireless lifestyle products that possess unmistakable style and exceptional performance. From the award-winning, optic-inspired Roc Nation Hesh 2.0 headphones to the evolutionary fitting FIX earbuds and a roster of the world's finest athletes, musicians and artists, Skullcandy continues to redefine world-class audio performance and style.

Skullcandy is committed to innovative designs, ensuring your favourite headphones perform according to your needs. The ergonomics of Skullcandy product features are engineered to perfectly fit the anatomy of your head and ear. Skullcandy’s unique design solutions conquer industry and user problems. Skullcandy has developed a number of headphone collections to enhance end-user style and keep you true to your core.

Supreme Sound Tuning

Skullcandy is committed to delivering true, premium audio and their new Supreme Sound tuning gives your favourite music the full range of attacking bass, natural vocals and precision highs. Created by a team of the world's leading acoustic engineers, Supreme Sound is the exclusive audio experience only Skullcandy can deliver. It is engineered to the consumer’s playlist to deliver the best possible tonal balance of bass, vocals and highs.

Bass, Vocals & Highs

These three audio components encompass the entire audio spectrum and are the foundation of the Supreme Sound Experience. Through Supreme Sound, Skullcandy has defined the way bass, vocals and highs should sound in all of their products. Consumer headphones often deliver suppressed ‘muddy’ bass or exaggerated ‘boomy’ bass. ‘Attacking Bass’ packs a sound that is punchy and powerful.

Natural Vocals

Conventional headphones can sound tinny and hollow like they are being pushed through an AM radio. Supreme Sound creates a warm and smooth listening experience so you can hear every inflection in your favourite songwriter’s lyrics, as if you were standing beside them.

Precision Highs

Typical headphones in the market create a harsh or dull sound that can be fatiguing to the ears, however, Skullcandy engineer their headphones to produce clean and spacious highs, not piercing or muted highs like you may have heard in other headphones. Supreme Sound delivers perfect highs for the final element of an amazing audio experience.

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Skullcandy Navigator On-Ear Headphones with Mic
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Great price, comfortable and look really nice. The only issue is the music can be heard quite loudly when the volume is turned up which annoys other people!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jotysingh on 21 Mar. 2015
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these are the best headphones ever they are so confortable and the sound quality is good too
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Good Set Overall. 21 Jun. 2013
By Insomniak1 - Published on Amazon.com
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I am going to go over aspects that I find the most important in a set of cans in no particular order.

1. Comfort - The Navigators are light and the memory foam makes them comfortable for extended periods of listening. They were fine even while wearing glasses. The only issue that I experienced was that they are not to be worn while doing excercise. They can get hot and the sweat can make it very "squishy"...ew.

2. Build - Although they make look a bit flimsy, mainly the metal adjustable sliders, these headsets are pretty sturdy. I would not put them to the "bend" test but it's been a couple of months and they still feel pretty strong. I like the detachable cord and it is made of good quality, non-tangle rubber. My only gripe is the glossy finish of the cups. I've been extremely careful because they seem very prone to scratching.

3. Style - This is one of the best things these set has going for it. I really love the look (black) and get many compliments. They do not look overbearing or cluncky. Actually, I might even say these are very elegant. Again, the challenge is the cups, as they get smudged with finger prints and attract dust rather easily.

4. Sound - Being the little brother of the SkullCandy Aviators (see my review), I expected the same, or at least similar sound quality. Unfortunately, I have found these headphones have gone in a completely different direction. The Navigators over-emphasize the bass. The highs get a bit lost and the mids sound a bit muddy in low quality sound files (mp3's). Definetely not recommended for high-fidelity, acoustic listening (live music, jazz, etc.). On the plus side, these sets sport excellent passive sound cancellation and minimal leakeage.

In conclusion, I really want to like the Navigators but fell short of my recommendation. The price is ok, but there are several choices out there that provide better sound (albeit not as cool) for the same price range. Hope this helps.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Navigator Is a Gem, and detailed comparison to other brands 13 Mar. 2014
By Romanza - Published on Amazon.com
Skullcandy Navigator - a well-rounded gem (read down for other brand comparisons and review)

My search for great headphones started with the frustration of not being able to find a good cellphone wired (not wireless) headset. I decided after trying many bluetooth headsets and wired one-ear headsets that it was time for stereo headphones I could wear while working to listen to songs, and take calls without having to switch headgear.
My journey for now ends with the Skullcandy Navigator. I'm going to do a summary of features and quality and hopefully cover some new ground I don't see addressed in other reviews. One thing missing from many reviews is mic call quality so I'll also go over that here with some cool features depending. Many of these headphones have mic features built just for Apple & iPod, mentioning this right on the package but apparently eliminating Android, but I'm here to tell you I tested them with Android & Samsung Galaxy S4 & most of the mic features in fact work. More on that below. I'll also attempt a brief comparison to some common headphones available in the under $100 price range, especially those found at your local big box store. (Think the store that rhymes with "Rest Guy".) One of the few places left to try gear in a demo-environment anyway. : )

I've owned three of the following five items and spent some time testing the other two with regard to listening to music, and making calls. I spent more than enough time with each unit to make a solid review.

SkullCandy Navigator
Sound Quality
***** 4.5 stars
Appearance, Fit & Comfort
***** 5 stars
***** 4.5 stars
***** 4.5 stars

The Navigators have a very nice balanced sound. They crank loud and clean, with decent highs, nice midrange, and respectable bass. I would not say perfect sparkly highs, but decent. These are not studio audiophile headphones but they are very nice quality and will suit most users. These are not thump-happy bass cans but have good bass... and better bass than the Skullcandy Aviator. So save your money if you want the Aviator and get the Navigator because they have better bass, are smaller, and super comfortable. They sit on the ear not over the ear, but seal out noise and background as well as the Aviator does. Why you would spend the extra $40 on the Aviator is beyond me. I don't listen to hip-hop or rap, rather I'm more of a metal, rock, & pop person so these had enough bass for me in this price range.

From cans I've tried in the $50-119 price range, the Navigators are hard to beat if you want something with a great inline mic, great sound, comfort, looks, and portability. (**** As a quick sidebar--from prior experience I'll bet Sennheiser makes a better sounding set although not the set I address below, but I wanted something with an inline mic that functions as a true headset, as all of these do EXCEPT Sennheiser. I've also felt Sennheiser doesn't make the most comfortable headphones but I haven't tried them all. Another sidebar--If you are looking for a simply killer sounding set of cans without a mic, look no further than Beyerdynamic. Closer to the $200 range and up, but wow. Sheer amazing sonic bliss. Realistic unbeatable bass. Sparkly crisp highs, incredibly natural sounding. Listening to these cans may make you realize all others in the price range are inferior... but Beyers are big studio pro-headphones and don't adapt as well to walking, jogging, or anything active, so for that reason & price we won't go much further than this.)

The SkullCandy Navigators fit and look great, without being crazy-bling-overgrown. Not everyone wants to look like a high school kid with flashy cans on our head, yet these look cool enough if you live in that domain. They look nice & definitely are not your dad's headphones. They boast solid construction as well.
These fit on the ear but with soft memory-style foam (likely not true memory foam, but similar) so they kind of mold to your ears with a nice seal. This likely gives better sound isolation and bass than the typical on the ear headset that simply rests on the ear without sinking in. They block outside noise well. Perhaps not as well as over-the-ear cans but that's not always a bad thing if you use them for walking, jogging, etc. All in all plenty of background noise is blocked so no problems.
One advantage I've noticed of the on-ear headphone compared to the over-the-ear: the on-ear (Navigator) blocks noise incredibly well but in situations where you want a little outside noise awareness, you can move them a half inch or inch off the ear and get some environmental noise without compromising what you're listening to, or comfort. This is helpful if you're walking outside and you need to hear approaching cars, or if you are listening to music at home but also want to hear what's going on around you without total noise isolation. You can't do these things as well with a larger over-the-ear headset.
The Navigators are extremely comfortable. Perhaps the most comfortable blend of lightweight yet full-sized headset on the market. Did I mention comfortable? This by itself is a huge selling point. They fit my head great, and wont come off with most activity including moving your head around or even a little 'head-banging' just to push the issue. They should stay put for most work outs and jogging. They also do not fit too tightly with that 'clamped to your head' feeling as many headphones do. In all fairness, these may not be the most comfortable choice if you need a headset on your head eight hours a day in the office. I can take them on-off and take breaks between calls and music selections, and in this manner they function very well daily. In fact I forget they're on sometimes, another testament to their comfort.

A few things the Navigator has that the others do not: a quality in-line mic, fold-up capability, and detachable/replaceable cord. The cord is great because let's face it: when headphones die its usually the jack or the cord. With many cord options online, this is an easy fix that may save your cans from the trash can.

Finally, testing the mic. Ahhh.
I stood at the store and hooked my phone up to this and about five other headphones. I went into my voicemail and recorded messages for myself on each set, basically "calling" my own phone mailbox. This simulates what it would be like for the person on the other end hearing me talk. Later that night I listened back to them in a quiet environment and compared the voice quality. Verdict: It works great. Great. Sound quality on calls is terrific for an inline mic. This is critically important for those of us that want a quality headset for making business calls, but don't want the hassle of bluetooth. (Let's face it, bluetooth is a mixed bag: it requires charging, is easy to lose, prone to audio interference/static, and arguably bad for your health via jamming radio wave transmissions into your brain at close range. None of these issues matter with a wired headset like these mentioned here. Good wired headsets are like a landline for your cellphone. But I digress : ) )
The mic quality for calls is superb. Period. Standing still, walking outside, and driving on the freeway at 60mph (windows up). Its even pretty darn good at 30 mph with a window down a bit. I have Verizon. Anyway excellent mic quality. This was the biggest pleasant surprise with the Skullcandy. The Aviator also has a quality mic like this one which I tested. (Another surprise, some of the cheaper Skullcandy earbuds appear to have the same mic because I tested the mic and it sounded great, too).
Listening to others speaking is also excellent. Some stereo headsets give a weird tunneling effect on a phone call, especially in-ear buds, but not the case here with the Navigator. Would definitely work in a business environment as long as you accept the other inherent issues with cellphones (nothing beats a landline, right?) Some other great features I've found works with my Samsung S4 (Android, you will have to test it to see if it works on your particular Android device) is the mic allows me to control the phone with voice commands. I can control the music player with commands like "Pause, Volume Up, Play, etc" and if I hold down the call-end button on the mic my phone reads me updates through the headset while I'm listing to my mp3 player, such as if I receive a text or message. Of course this is all phone-dependent (but was a nice surprise with this headset coupled with my Samsung S$) and can be turned off. Note your phone may not support the extra features like voice commands. I'm just mentioning them because this headset it marketed solely at Apple users yet many of the mic features work on my Galaxy S4. These are all great, but the main reason I need the inline mic is simply to be able to make calls from my headphones. And that it does well. The combination of this mic and my phone cancel unwanted background noise extremely well. The volume buttons do not work with Android but the end call/play/pause button does work. Very cool. Something else cool--when you're listening to music and a phone call comes in, the song automatically pauses and it switches to phone mode so you can take or decline the call. So you're never going to miss an important call while rocking out to tunes, the call just breaks in for you to accept or send to voicemail. When you're done talking and hang up the call, the music starts up automatically. Again this is Android-based for me but the point is it works with these cans which Skullcandy basically markets towards the iPhone.

Above I deducted a half-star in FEATURES because the cord is the typical flat rubber kind, not the more premium thick cord or tangle-resistant braided cloth-style in some competing units like Eskuche. But since the mic is great and the cord is replaceable, this is a small issue. The SkullCandy Navigator also folds up making them smaller to stow, and comes with a small carrying bag. A pouch really.

Summing up, this is a great headphone set, one that will rock your music and is lightweight and stylish enough to take anywhere. The fact the sound quality is this good and the added feature of being able to make calls with a quality inline mic makes this a superb choice in this price range. Once again the mic is marketed toward Apple users, but it works great on my Android Samsung S4. This will become my main headset for music and making calls. Perhaps some other users can post comments if they've had success with other Android devices.
As far as I know the headphones (not necessarily the mic) will work with any device that accepts the standard 3.5mm jack supplied.

vs Eskuche V2 Control $59

The Eskuche V2 are nice headphones. Very retro-looking so its appearance may not be for everyone. These ARE your daddy's headphones (at least in looks)! What it may lack in looks is made up for in sound and mic. Very nice sounding cans with a super quality mic. The mic is just as good as SkullCandy's and will work great for phone calls. These are also marketed toward Apple but worked in my Galaxy S4 for calls & music player... like the SkullCandy, the volume buttons on the mic weren't compatible.
The Eskuche boasts a little more bass than the SkullCandy. The Aviators may arguably have better high end but its close. Little of this matters because most of us have equalization options in our phones or mp3 players to tweak it how we like. But for those that need it, the bass was a little better in the Eskuche. You can turn them up crazy loud and they are still clear and sound good.
The Eskuche are very comfortable phones. Not as comfortable as the Navigators, but I believe they are a little lighter-weight. They also hold tight to your head without slipping. They do have a nicer cord which is braided cloth, however the Eskuche does NOT have a replaceable cord.
The bummer for the pair I had, is the mic quit working the second day so I returned them. They do have more of a plastic feel than the Skullcandy. They do not fold up nor come with a bag. These were nice cans though for sure, until the mic died. Eskuche customer service via email was pretty responsive to my questions before my purchase. Sadly after I told them I was returning the pair for a bad mic, they never responded & that was the last I heard from them. (One of the advantages of buying at your neighborhood big-box is optional extended warranty if you suspect long-term quality issues) So be advised. Some online retailers may also offer this.

vs Skullcandy Aviator ~$119

Certainly a nice looking headphone, I'm not sure what the advantage is over the Navigator because these carry a higher price-point. As far as I'm aware the speaker specs are the same as is frequency response. If someone has different info please post. They are larger as far as the ear cups are concerned, so if you like the looks of larger cans you might like these. These are a little more ornate than the Navigator. They are over-the-ear style with good sound and noise isolation. If you need over-the-ear without mega-bass then get these bad boys. The mic on these also works great for phone calls.
These do not have the bass that the Navigator has but these have great mids & highs. I can't say for sure the highs are better, but they are very nice. Definitely not the bass that the Navigator has though.

vs Sennheiser Over the Ear headphones PX360 ~$59

Sennheiser makes great cans and some pro-level gear, just not sure these fit the bill. I didn't feel the sound quality nor comfort matched Eskuche or Skullcandy, which is really surprising... but if I recall these were only $59, the same price as the Eskuche, while both SkullCandy models mentioned here are a tad more. So keep that in mind. Just can't clap my hands for these Sennheisers, and there is no onboard mic I could see, but I've owned Sennheisers that were great. So don't count the brand out (you just may have to pay more for a brand like Sennheiser to match features in competing cheaper brands).

vs UrbanEars - Plattan On-Ear Headphones ~$55

The lightest of the bunch and least intrusive, these fit on the ears but are a closed-ear design. Super cozy and extremely comfortable. These look like normal, basic headphones. The ear cups are not quite big enough to cover my ears so there was no engulfing of my ears or full sound isolation that would be had with a true regular size, over-the-ear set like the Aviators. But big enough to provide good sound isolation.
The Urban Ears sound very good to excellent with music. I don't think they quite match the Eskuche or SkullCandy in sound but its very close. If you aren't an audiophile you may like these for the light and less bulky feel. The mic does work pretty well for calls, but I found it a tad sub-par when compared with the SkullCandy and Eskuche in phone sound quality.
If you don't need the mic and want a light "normal" looking headset, the UrbanEars may work for you.

vs Samsung OHS3303WE Earbuds (stock shipped with Samsung S4) ~$19-39

It wouldn't be fair to review headphones without one set of earbuds, so enter the very popular and common Samsung. These are the standard white earbuds you see everyone using with their Samsung Galaxy style phones. The music quality is flat out excellent. Really good. They are perhaps the best of the headphones listed here for listening especially for mids & highs. But these are earbuds, so they sit closer to your eardrum. By simple physics this means the speakers don't have to be as large to produce the similar sound. Highs are crisp and sparkly. But bass is always challenging with earbuds, if you can get a good fit in your ear canal these can produce really nice bass. But here's THE PROBLEM: the darn things do not stay in your ears no matter which ear bud size you select out of the two sizes supplied, nor how matter you drape them over your ears or secure them to your shirt with a clip!! They just don't stay in securely. They pull out, pop out, fall out. If you're walking or working out, its even more of a problem. Therefore, unless they maintain a tight fit in your ear canal, you will lose all bass. Once they start slipping out the volume drops and its just a pain.
This is troublesome because Samsung made a quality headphone that sounds great. Its just maintaining that sound is problematic and nearly impossible for more than one person in my household who has tried.
If you love earbuds and don't have these problems, these are a great set for music. The lightest of the bunch with a nice volume control inline.
The other HUGE negative with these is the built in mic. Its horrible. Shame on Samsung for not making a better mic with the included phones in their flagship S4 phones. The mic sounds more muffled and not as clear or loud as compared to all other inline mics mentioned in this review. I really didn't know how bad it was until I tried it against these other headsets. Is the Samsung mic good enough to make calls with ? Yes, barely it is. But I wouldn't use it in a business environment. It will get the job done in a pinch or talking to your friends or mom, but almost every other headset I've tried yields better call and mic quality. Listening is not the issue, its the mic picking up your voice which is muddled and lacks treble and clarity. The mic on these is actually in the earphone itself, not inline in the cord, which is where I believe Samsung blew it. The mic is just too far from your mouth. On all other headsets here, the mic is inline and closer to your mouth therefore better quality.

Well that's it, the Navigator is a gem and I don't see how you can go wrong with a pair. There is nothing really close in features and quality in this price-range from the models I tested. So it's the hands-down (or should I say hands-free) winner. You're a trooper for reading this far. Hopefully I took some of the research hassle out of your headphone search for the above models.

If I missed something or you have questions & additional info please post. Hope this helps someone, thanks for reading.
24 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful headphones that deliver big on sound 15 Dec. 2012
By ultrastoat - Published on Amazon.com
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These headphones are a turning point for Skullcandy, taking them from crappy overbuilt plastic headphones to respectable cans. Not only is the style much more "current", the sound that these headphones kicks out is phenomenal for a "lifestyle" item. Obviously, if you go with more expensive items you can get slightly better sound, and there might even be a few under 100$ that can outperform these sonically, but we all know that one of the reasons you're looking at this product page is because these headphones look really cool.

Well, they are! They're incredibly comfortable, block out a good deal of outside noise, and crank out music with excellent clarity across all standard frequencies. The bass is present and powerful, but not muddy or amplified like on Beats headphones. The highs are crystal clear and the mids sit on a nice warm level where they're neither too intrusive nor too lacking or "hollow" sounding. Really, I can't stress how impressive these headphones are. I can hear things I could never hear before even with expensive PC speakers.

These are not, however, headphones for audiophiles.These are layman's headphones. They crank out a very respectable and clear sound that to anyone who can't tell the difference would sound impeccable. They look really, really cool, they bend to fit your head, and they're partially a fashion accessory and partially an expensive pair of cans. Don't go expecting to hear "the air between the strings" as some people say, but do expect to discover new things about your music if you're upgrading from a 20$ pair of sonys or apple earbuds.

Also, after having listened extensively to music on both Beats and Aviators / Navigators, Skullcandy is the winner and there is absolutely no contest. They have created earphones that are actually respectable sonically, don't completely mess up your music for more bass, and aren't made of cheap and easily breakable plastic.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Worth $100 29 April 2014
By Ben - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm so used to the cheaper priced Skullcandy products like the Jib, Ink'd, and Merge. I expect lots of bass and that's about it from those headphones, but I didn't know what to expect with a higher end Skullcandy product. However these definitely surprised me, and I believe were well worth the $46 and change I paid for them. They are comfortable with their memory foam pads on the ear cups, and the headband is thin but not bothersome either. As far as sound, while these definitely excel in hip-hop and dubstep genres with lots of clean, thumping bass, this does not exclude it from other genres. Jimi Hendrix and the Doors did not sound amazing with these headphones but it sounded clear and balanced so I cant complain. The cord is tangle-free and feels durable enough to take every-day abuse. My only complaint is that the end that plugs into the headphones is an L-shaped 2.5mm jack, which means if your cord breaks you need to buy a replacement specific to the headphone, not just a straight 3.5mm cord. Also the headphones do not do the best at keeping your music in, because at 75% or 100% volume your peers will be well aware of what you are listening to. But nonetheless, these are still good headphones even at the $100 price point and I would recommend getting them.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
GREAT headphones. I got my first pair for $50 ... 16 Nov. 2014
By Frank Pirolo - Published on Amazon.com
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GREAT headphones. I got my first pair for $50 at Ross. I recently lost them and replaced them for a much lower price here on Amazon.
.Great build quality, the design is modeled after Aviator sunglasses. The outside of the ear cup looks and feels like a sunglasses lens, and the hinges fold up with a springy feel the way sunglasses do.
.Booming Bass, way more than you'd expect
.Removable cord
.Lifetime Warranty
.Easy to scratch outside of earcup
.The port on the headphones is a 2.5mm plug instead of a 3.5mm, which makes it much harder to find a cheap replacement cord that will work.
.If you accidentally press the mic button, it will make your android phone start calling random people. (Extremely annoying, but not Skullcandy's fault. Android phones have this problem with any headphones that include a mic)
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