I’ve had my Skull Candys for about a year now, and have used them on and off during the year.
What I like
The sound quality is good, not up there with Sennheiser but good, with excellent bass because of the size of the drivers.
Solid, you won’t break these easily.
Lifetime guarantee, no matter how you break them.
Built-in bottle opener, ok, that’s not really a feature of headphones, but it has come in handy once or twice.
We do quite a few photo shoots as a family, and we’ve worked with a number of photographers in the past. And almost every time we walked away with the thought “Won’t use that one again”. This was never because of the quality of the photography, but more a clash of personalities and work ethics. Continue reading “I can recommend a brilliant photographer”
Buying a car is expensive nowadays, and I did a lot of homework before deciding on the Mazda 5. My reason for deciding on it was that it had the most space in the third row of seats out of all the MPVs I tested, but was still small enough for my wife to drive, seeing that she’s moving up from a Peugeot 206.
I’ve had the car for a few weeks now, and overall I’m loving it. There is plenty of space, with two baby seats in the middle row, an 8 year old in the back row, and multitudes of bags and prams in the boot. Ok, half the boot, seeing the back row of seats fold flat to create the boot, so we have one up and one down to fit the whole family. Continue reading “Mazda 5 – My first impressions”