Last year Skullcandy finally made a headphone I liked: the, an on-ear model that's comfortable and sounds really good for its relatively modest price (it costs less than $50 online). Now the company has introduced a Bluetooth version -- The Grind Wireless -- that carries a list price of $90. No word yet on UK or Australia pricing, but that price converts to about £65 and AU$125.
From a design standpoint the Grind Wireless is very similar to the Grind and comes in six different colors at launch. The Grind is lightweight but seems sturdily constructed, with a metal headband and plastic earcups that don't look or feel cheap. It's comfortable to wear, particularly for an on-ear model, and seals out some ambient noise, though over-ear headphones will offer better noise isolation. Although it's a wireless model, you can listen to it in "wired" mode with an included cable.
A microphone is built into the right earcup along with volume controls and a pause/play button that also answers and ends calls. You hold the volume up/down buttons to advance tracks forward or back. Battery life is rated at 12 hours.