Deal: Skullcandy Hesh 2 Bluetooth Headphones $49.99 - Prime Day 2018

As part of the many sales and discounts on offer with this year's Amazon Prime Day celebrations the Skullcandy Hesh 2 Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphones have been reduced by no less than 50-percent. In other words, while these headphones would normally cost you in the region of $99.99, they currently will only set you back $49.99.

Which is a great price for the product on offer here. After all, these are Bluetooth-enabled headphones from a reputable brand, and come with a daily battery expectation of fifteen hours when continuously playing music. When the battery has depleted, a further fifteen hours of usage is available through a two hour and thirty minute charge. Of course, with these being over-ear headphones, they have not only been designed to be as lightweight as possible but also extremely comfortable, thanks to the included and cushioned synthetic leather ear pads. As is typically the case with Bluetooth-enabled audio solutions, buyers of the Skullcandy Hesh 2 Bluetooth Headphones can also make use of on-board controls for music playback and hands-free calling. The high-quality sound comes courtesy of 50 mm audio drivers that are said to provide “powerful bass, warm, natural vocals and precision highs.”

Skullcandy often makes different colors of its products available and these headphones are no exception with both the black and silver color options seeing the same discount. So this is not one of those instances where you are forced into buying a less-desired color option to save the most. Although, there is also a blue pair available and while this color is on sale too, it's not quite as cheap as the other color options as it is currently priced at $74.99. Therefore, the black and silver colors are certainly the better options to go for today.

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