For those seeking a mix of pleasing aesthetics, portability and premium sound quality, the Skullcandy Uproar Wireless headphones might be your next choice.
Performance & Testing
Costing around £30 at the time of writing the headphones produce a premium audio experience for a decent price. The experience is far from dull and flat, veering towards a vivid experience that few would complain about.
At the bottom end of the spectrum, the bass is subtle, not overwhelming like some headphone manufacturers like producing. It compliments the mids and sharp highs creating an experience that is crisp and clean.
Design & Quality
From a design perspective, these headphones feature a plastic headband that sits nicely on the head providing a decent amount of flex to suit most.
On the side of the headphones are all of the controls that will allow you to change tracks and take calls, all without taking your phone out of out.
On the ear cups themselves there is a generous amount of padding which lives behind pleather.
Should you buy?
There are quite a few knock off products floating around on the market. With Skullcandy you are getting some incredible warranty and the understanding that the company is actually real and not some rebranded import.
That makes me lean heavily on recommending these headphones, they are one of the largest companies at this price point for quality products.
With decent sound performance, great portability, and some sexy designs, these are some incredible cans!
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