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While the Skullcandy Push might not be the nicest pair of buds on the market, they nail some of the most important aspects of a good pair of 'buds including battery life and fit.
Great fit, Battery life, Decent sound quality
Build quality, Microphone quality, Charging case only charges the earbuds once
The Skullcandy Push true wireless headphones are a pretty solid true wireless option. They offer a decent design and sound pretty good, and while they’re not the most comfortable headphones out there, it’s not so bad as to be a deal-breaker. But is there a better option? Well, that depends.
The Skullcandy Push are very good for sports. They're very portable. They're also breathable and stable enough for most physical activities, even though they don't offer different stability fin sizes.
Priced at Rs 9,999, the Skullcandy Push true wireless earbuds are probably late in the game. The Push features a Type-C charging port which is one of the two bonuses that go for it — the second being the design.
Skullcandy Push wireless earbuds review: The Skullcandy Push has a design that is getting quite common in the segment with a largish ch...
Skullcandy doesn’t generally spring to mind when thinking about top-end wireless headphones. It is more commonly associated with affordable (but still quality) units. Well, with their latest set of wireless headphones, they are shaking things up from top to bottom.
Skullcandy’s Push wireless Bluetooth earbuds add another offering for users in an increasingly crowded market. I’m not a regular user of earbuds, but I’ve got to say that with the number of wireless earbuds out there, there’s really no reason to have wires hanging from your ears anymore.
The Skullcandy Push serve up gobs of bass, but it’s uncontrolled and muddy. While usability and comfort are highlights, the headphones are simply average in terms of battery life, connection strength, and features. But if you want tons of bass at a low price, the Push are a solid choice.
Physical buttons, Excellent fit and comfort, Good noise isolation
Overwhelming, messy bass, Connection skips occasionally, Underwhelming battery life
Skullcandy has joined the truly wireless earphones fray with the Skullcandy Push. They have no wires, come with a charging box and are priced significantly lower than the AirPods. But is that going to be enough to make them an affordable alternative?
Good sound quality, Decent battery life on the buds (not the case), Good fit with IP rating
Complicated UI, Look slightly cheap for the price, Not the best for calls
I had high hopes for the product but it did not maintain connect with my device if I moved just a few feet away from the device.
Simply good. Wish charge lasts twice as long. Not so easy to pair with Ipad.