_Carl_

Fake or poor quality? Skullcandy FMJ

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bought these from an eBay seller and have requested a replacement pair as I didn't think they matched the description however it appears they do (listing was conflicting) however I can see glue on them and the speakers and logos are stuck on wonky

fake? or just poor quality seconds

http://imgur.com/a/oMTaB/fake_skullcandy

also noticed that they don't even make this colour after multiple googling's

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WOW instant solution

PM from admin on UK Skullcandy forums:

Yo, nah man you got played, sorry to hear that. Send your shipping address to 

[Email Address Here] and we will get you taken care of, in the future, 

please only buy from our Skullcandy eBay story to ensure quality and legitimacy.

The Skullcandy Crew
and then once I sent my shipping address:
Awesome, Carl, I'm going to send you some replacement earphones.

Happy Holidays to you and yours!

couldn't ask for more, what fantastic customer satisfaction!:)

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Skullcandy are well known for poor quality headphones which break easily.

They have become more of a name than anything else, search around for user reviews it's quite surprising how many break in next to no time.

The pictures do not look good though and with a well known name ebay will probably be full of dodgy imports from some back ally in China or similar.

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Skullcandy are well known for poor quality headphones which break easily.

They have become more of a name than anything else, search around for user reviews it's quite surprising how many break in next to no time.

The pictures do not look good though and with a well known name ebay will probably be full of dodgy imports from some back ally in China or similar.

well there cheaper headphones are known to have poor sound quality/build quality however there more expensive headphones (like titan's or FMJ's) tend to be quite good I find and last me a number of years allot longer then my previous sennheiser cx300's (went through 4 pairs in 6 months in the end I just gave up with replacements)

I just couldn't believe how legit they looked (packaging and all) they must be the real deal but just poorly repaired and refurbished seconds, it was like a cut and shut car someone had just spliced together a black and a chrome pair =/

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I's very hard to notice the difference between fake and legit packaging.

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