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Skullcandy Navigator S5AVDM-161 price unanimity

There’s a bit of a contest going on between Amazon, Best Buy and Target, as they fight for your custom for the Skullcandy Navigator S5AVDM-161 On-Ear Headphones in black with built-in mic. However, it would seem your job has been made tougher with their price unanimity across all three retailers.

The Navigator is a sibling to the Aviator and takes its design just a slight step further, along with the quality of sound. You get to experience custom styled drivers that have been mounted inside high-grade materials to give a top quality look and feel.

Skullcandy Navigator S5AVDM-161 features

Skullcandy Navigator’s not only offer the user superb bass levels, but also highs that are very precise and vocals that sound natural. To help complete these headphones is Mic3, which means you can also make and receive calls, so no need to take the phone out of your pocket – perfect if you are jogging.

Skullcandy Navigator S5AVDM-161 specs

If you are looking for the ultimate in style and sound, then these are like Beats, but on a budget, and so you need to remember that small fact when buying them. Talking of which, all three of those retailers above usually sell these for around $100, but have marked them down to $40 for a limited time only.

We have a list of the specs for these headphones below, and to gain more insight, then you can watch the review video below. We never even knew they come with a lifetime warranty, which does give them an edge over the competition, and an air of confidence about their product. Okay, so we know they are getting on bit now, but they would still make a perfect gift.

Skullcandy Navigator S5AVDM-161 headphones

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