Skullcandy S5URHW-509 Uproar W/Tap Tech

R 939.00 | 18,780 StyleMiles

  • Low-profile fit and lightweight design.
  • Bluetooth® wireless with 10-hour rechargeable battery.
  • Call, track and volume control via the built-in microphone and remote.
Earn 188 StyleMiles when purchasing this product.
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Skullcandy S5URHW-509 Uproar W/Tap Tech

Bluetooth Wireless
Whether you’re walking down the street or gaming on the couch, Bluetooth functionality makes it possible to take your audio anywhere you go.

10-Hour Battery Life
Enjoy the comfort and sound of your headphones for a full 10 hours, without having to worry about recharging. Carefree listening is yours wherever you choose to take your soundtrack.

OnBoard Mic/Remote
Take calls and navigate your playlists with the built in microphone and easy-to-access buttons on the ear cup. Use the + and – buttons to adjust volume, change songs and hit the circle button to take answer/end calls or play/pause with music


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Skullcandy at a glance...

Skullcandy’s products are targeted at the outdoor action sports demographic such as snowboarders and skateboarders and general consumer market.

Skullcandy was founded by Rick Aiden in 2003. The first Skullcandy product, the Skullcandy Portable Link, was introduced at the 2003 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The LINK system combined headphones with hands-free cellular technology, allowing users to both listen to music from a portable audio device, while making and receiving calls through their cell phone. In 2003, Alden sold the first products to Milo Snow & Skate, an action sports shop in Utah. The Skullcandy logo was designed by Jef Ingram.

In December 2008 the company was named “the world’s coolest ear bud,” by Fotune Magazine. In addition, the company received local standing in 2008, placing in the Utah Business Fast 50, featuring the top 50 best and most innovative companies throughout the state. The company has quickly jumped to its place as the third most-sold headphone in the U.S. marketplace. In 2005 the company had $1.3 million in annual sales, while its 2009 ranking puts it in place to hit the $100 million mark. As quoted by the Salt Lake Tribune, “We’re gunning for No. 1,” said Andrus, Skullcandy’s President.

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