Skullcandy Indy Evo In-Ear Sound Isolating Truly Wireless Headphones - Chill Grey
- Truly wireless design with Bluetooth 5 enables cord-free connectivity with your smartphone or music player so you can work out with complete freedom
- 6mm drivers and NdFeB magnets deliver powerful, clear sound in a compact package
- Call, track, activate assistant, and volume controls let you adjust settings and answer calls with the touch of a finger
- Portable charging case keeps your earbuds powered-up and is conveniently pocket-sized
- Integrated Tile technology makes it easy to find the earbuds if they get lost
- Music, movie, podcast EQ modes, along with ambient listening mode, let you choose the sound that's right for you
- Rechargable battery and charging case provide up to 30 hours of listening time, while a 10-minute quick charge provides an additional 2 hours
- Rated IP55 water-, dust- and sweat-resistant, meaning you can give it your all during workouts, even when it's raining, and keep listening to your music
- Includes a USB-C charging cable
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Of the 344 reviewers who responded, 266 would recommend this product.
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- Not That Great- August 13, 2020
I've used Skull Candy for a long time and have been generally satisfied. These along with Push Ultras are the worst headphones I've used from them. They loose connection frequently with the phone and have trouble maintaining the connection with each other. The battery life is good and the little charging case is nice but needs a stronger magnet for the lid. My biggest complaint is call and audio quality. Wind noise is terrible from the mic and I have cheap headphones (the ones that come with a new phone) that have better audio quality. This will probably be the last pair of Skull Candys I will buy. There are far better for the same price.
- Connection glitches, returning headphones- October 10, 2020
If you can get these to fit comfortably in your ear then the sound quality is good. Not much of a sub bass boost that usually find with skull candy, but okay. I found I have to adjust them frequently to fit in my ears which usually leads to triggering volume changes or pausing audio / activating Siri etc. But the big problem is connection. The audio glitches frequently as if the Bluetooth is having a hard time connecting, even when I’m holding my phone in front of my face. I have a pair of Bluetooth headphones that were given out free at a sports game that have better connection than these. Returning these headphones after 2 daysNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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- A disappointment.- October 11, 2020
These headphones were a letdown. They looked super cool in the ads, and I had an older version so I was excited to upgrade. First of all, the sound cuts in and out and can’t handle bass. Second, there is an issue where if you leave ambience mode on and try to put them in the case, a loud irritating ringing noise plays. Third, the battery life does not last as long as the old version for some reason. Last, i’ve had tons of connection issues where only one plays music at a time, or I have to forget the device in bluetooth and reset and reconnect. I have liked the Indy line because they fit in my ears well but this is just a bummer.