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Skullcandy's Indy true wireless earbuds have some likable traits, including a good fit and affordable price, but you can can definitely do better for the money.
The Skullcandy Indy earbuds cost half the price of Apple's AirPods, offer solid wireless performance, are comfortable to wear and come with a compact charging case that delivers an extra three charges (4 hours of battery life in 'buds).
They push the treble a little too hard (they're bright) and their bass could be a little punchier. If you don't use the stabilizing gels, they're a little hard to get out of their charging case.
Despite their faults, the Skullcandy Indy true wireless earbuds are a solid pair of true wireless earbuds. They're not the best in any one category out of all of the products we've tested, but they hold their own in basically all categories.
Great fit, Solid isolation, Bluetooth 5.0 and a strong connection, IP55 certification, Small and portable charging case, Easy pairing process, Price
Average battery life, Build is all a cheap plastic, Touch controls are hit or miss, Branding is all over, Re-pairing to another device is cumbersome
Passable for mixed usage. These truly wireless headphones won’t be ideal for critical listeners as they have a very dark sound profile. On the upside, their in-ear fit is quite comfortable and blocks a good amount of ambient noise, which can make them a decent option for commuting and at the office.
Decently comfortable in-ear fit., Durable design with a good IP55 rating., Portable, stable and breathable design for sports.
Dark sound profile., Unit with mismatched drivers.
At the $80 price level of the Skullcandy Indy TWS earbuds, I have to say that they are impressive with fit and comfort and of course with sound quality. The only dings I can give them are that you have to take them both out of the case even if you just want to listen with one earbud and the...
Secure and comfortable fit, Touch controls, Great sound quality
I was worried at first because I have dumb small ears and they weren’t fitting but I put the small pieces on and they fit great! I haven’t skateboarded with them yet so that’ll be a test to see if they’ll stay in which I’m sure they will now that I switched them.
The Skullcandy Indy true wireless headphones look pretty good and are relatively comfortable, and while they stumble a little in the sound department , they’re a solid option for those that don’t mind the AirPods aesthetic. But are they the best in their price range?
It's 2019 and a brand like Skullcandy needs no introduction. The headphone giant has seen its popularity soar as they cater to the urban youth who want stylish headphones that not just look brash but also pack a punch where its most needed — bass.
Skullcandy has come out with brand new, wireless earbuds called Indy . With colours including black, indigo, mint, red/black, and indigo, you are sure to find a pair that matches your fashion style. And, while you are styling, you won’t have to worry about any dangling cords getting in your way!
With Skullcandy’s first iterations of truly wireless I felt like they hit on some marks and missed others. Battery life is nice on both, but the edge goes to Indy, also Indy has better BT connection as well. Aesthetically and audio wise, Push is the better of the two.
After releasing its first pair of true wireless earbuds, the Skullcandy Push , Skullcandy has now released a new pair of truly wireless earbuds called the Skullcandy Indy. The Indy are completely different looking as compared to the Push and seem more in line in terms of design with the very popular...
Bought these on 11/09/2019, charged them in the case and connected just fine. They fit to the ear very well and will not fall out, even during working out. The controls are a bit touchy, but the sound is good and clear.
My husband has bigger ears than the average person so these were perfect. The tiny little “standard” size ones that come from every brand would fall out and he couldn’t even dream of trying to exercise in them. These are perfect.
I honestly hate the fit on these, sound is great but the right bud just won’t stay in my ear. That’s honestly my biggest issue and it’s gotten to the point where I only use the lest headphone.
Heavy on bass, little mid range, decent high range. Bulky and relatively uncomfortable. The touch controls are work about 10% of the time.
I ordered these as my first wireless earbuds thinking this was a good brand and a decent price. I used them for about two weeks loving them with no issues. I went to put them in the other day and the left earbud will not work at all. Very disappointed.
It's comfortable and nice
These disconnect and reconnect constantly about half the time. Especially when I was in the gym with likely many, many bluetooth signals. The other half they work great! However at 84.99 they gotta work better than that, and I got them on sale for ~$50 and that's still too much.
These are really a love/hate relationship....they are my first pair of wireless headphones, so I am not biased. First, I like the sound isolation--I have a Samsung Galaxy S8 and have had no problems with sound being too low.
When we bought these. i was very excited, i had wanted these specifically for a long time. I thought they were good. when i first got them they worked just fine. it was quite a hassle connecting them and when i did get them to connect, they stopped working.
The style is nice and comfortable. But the sound quality is not good and they are loosing connection with my phone often.