True wi-fi earbuds are undoubtably some of the handy methods you may take heed to music, however their small builds and lack of cables implies that they’re simply misplaced.
Skullcandy hopes to treatment this with its new vary of true wi-fi earbuds, which comes with built-in Tile trackers. This implies you may ring your earbuds, see their location on a map, or “make use of Tile’s world discovering community” to find them, explains CJ Prober, CEO of Tile.
This monitoring expertise is constructed into each single earbud, so that you’re lined in case you lose only one down the again of the couch.
There are 4 new fashions in whole, together with the Push Extremely, Indy Gas, Indy Evo and Sesh Evo wi-fi earbuds – all of which are available a variety of colours.
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The Push Extremely are the model’s flagship pair, and look pretty much like the Powerbeats Professional, with a moldable ear hook that retains the buds securely in your ears.
Designed as working headphones, the Skullcandy Push Extremely sport an IP67 mud/waterproof ranking, to allow them to stand up to a bit sweat – and with 40 hours whole battery life (that is six from the buds and an extra 34 hours from the wi-fi charging case), they need to have the endurance to get by means of all of your weekly exercises.
Costing $100 / £120 (about AU$150 – Australian pricing continues to be to be confirmed), these wi-fi earbuds may show a compelling different to the Powerbeats Professional if you wish to save a bit cash. Hopefully they enhance upon their predecessors, the Skullcandy Push, which did not precisely impress us with muddy bass and an underwhelming battery life.
The Indy Gas and Indy Evo decide up the place the unique Skullcandy Indy left off, with an AirPods-style design that is been upgraded with silicone eartips – not in contrast to the AirPods Professional. The Indy Gas include a wi-fi charging case and can set you again $100 / £120, whereas the Indy Evo are a bit cheaper because of an everyday charging case, costing $80 / £90 (about AU$120).
For those who’re sticking to a strict finances, you might have an interest within the least expensive true wi-fi earbuds within the new vary, the Sesh Evo. Skullcandy says that these buds include a 24-hour battery life, preset EQ modes, and an IP55 mud/water-resistance ranking – and at $60 / £60 (about AU$90), they’re fairly wallet-friendly.