-Hi, I'm David Carnoy, executive editor for cnet.com and I'm here with the Skullcandy Navigator headphones.
I didn't like their design.
They seem well built.
That will fold up into a smaller form factor.
They come with a very simple carrying pouch.
These are a $100 headphone.
I would say the sound is decent, not great.
They do have a lot of base.
There's a weird little hole in the base.
It's hard to say what's going on there,
but we did like the headphone.
We just didn't quite love it, but still not a bad headphone for $100.
It does come with an inline remote and microphone, and it is very nicely styled.
In the end, I would say this is one of the better Skullcandy headphones I've tested.
They are comfortable.
And I said, they do have a nice design.
I'm David Carnoy with the Skullcandy Navigator headphones.
Thanks for watching.
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