Pros deffinatly not poor sound quality but nothing impresive, good price.
Cons ive had 3 pairs of these so far and my last two only lasted 2 months each, the price seems fair at the time but considering how easily they break its not worth it.
Summary BUT, it is not like they are fragile, no its more like an inevitable break. You can accidentally step on them and they'll be ok (depending) but youll find yourself listening to them one day and then one side goes out... forever.
and its very frustrating because you cannot put a fault on how they broke. i will never buy another pair of these because there is nothing i can do to not have these break.
Pros None I can think of.
Cons They fell out every time I had them in and moved. They damaged my ears by making them red and caused sores on the canal.
Pros - the sound quality isn't bad, gets the bass across for the majority of my electronica, electro-heavy songs.
- they get compliments because the rasta colored ones look good
Cons - this is my third pair of these earbuds, and not a single pair has lasted me more than 2 months. Either they short out, or one of the earbuds just stops working (such as my most recent pair).
Summary Although the quality of these are pretty good, they are nothing more exceptional than other in-ear buds, and their lifespan makes them a very unwise buy. For the money you spend, its WAY more cost effective to get a good pair of klipsch's, bose or even sony's that will last 4 times the length.
Pros Looks good, I like the Rasta/Caribbean look. Easy to adjust volume control.
Cons The construction wasn't up to par with the Skull Candy standard.
Summary The green rubber peeled off and the wire began to show, although this may have been part my fault, because I'd never use the case, instead I wrap the headphones and throw them in my backpack. Nice look, but it might not last and I wish the wire was wrapped in a rubber rather than a plastic.