When I first pulled Skullcandy's Ink'd Wireless neckband-style Bluetooth headphone out its box, I had pretty low expectations. Frankly, it looks and feels a little cheap. And, to be fair, it is: it lists for $50, and we've already seen at least on sale at Best Buy (since ended) where it was selling for $40.
The first thing you'll notice about the Ink'd Wireless is that it's very lightweight. If you have a collared shirt on, you'll barely feel it around your neck. The band's got some flexibility to it, which is good, and while the cords that run from the neckband to the earbuds seem a little thin, some of LG's Tone headphones have very thin cords (they're retractable on some models) and I haven't had a problem with them breaking or fraying over time.
You'll find the integrated remote on the left side of the neckband. I liked that the controls were large and easy to operate by feel. There's a pause/play button that also doubles as a call answer/end button and volume controls that double as track control buttons. You hold down the volume up button to advance a track forward and hold the volume down button to skip back a track.
The buds themselves are all plastic -- they're very lightweight -- and the headphone ships with two sizes of silicon eartips. With the larger "default" set, I was able to get tight seal and surprisingly secure fit. It's very important to be able to get a tight seal or sound quality will suffer, particularly the bass performance.