The Skullcandy Ink’d is a pair of wireless earphones. It features a lightweight, neckband-style design where the controls and internal batteries are housed, minimizing the weight on the earpieces which help them stay in-place. These offer decent clarity and low-end punch, making them great casual use earphones.
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Pro Produces good sound, is lightweight and comfortable and wireless at an affordable price
You get a lot out of the price you pay for the Ink’d. At sub $50, you get stable wireless connectivity and decent sound which is good for most music genres. These earphones are also pretty comfortable and lightweight, making them very easy to use on a daily basis.
Pro Decent audio clarity with good punch
The Ink’d bass is not very powerful, though you get solid and fast bass hits with okay depth, just enough to not make the earphones sound tinny. The mids and highs have decent clarity and detail, so the overall sound never gets muddy or harsh.
These are great every day, casual music listening earphones which should provide decent to good performance for most types of music.
Pro Good battery life
You get around 8 hours of playback time from a full charge. This is good performance, considering that these earphones are very lightweight
Pro They stay snug in the ears
These earphones aren’t likely to fall off of your ears. The ear pieces are quite lightweight as the internal battery, remote and wireless-related electronics are moved to the neckband. Also, you get 2 sets of ear tips in different sizes, allowing you to get a snug fit.
Pro Remote and microphone are integrated in the neckband
Instead of an inline mic and remote combo, the Ink’d has these features in the neckband. You get a 3-button remote which allows you to answer/end calls, play/pause music, adjust volume as well as go to previous/next track.
Con Neckband design may be uncomfortable
The neckband is a thin and flexible piece of rubber. If you do any vigorous movement like running, the collar may flop around your neck, which can be annoying and can even cause skin irritation.