Let’s start with what Skullcandy’s Indy new earbuds don’t have:
- Wires. They connect to your smartphone or other devices via Bluetooth so there are no unsafe tangles of wires when you drive.
- Physical buttons. You simply tap skull on the earbuds themselves to perform various functions like increase or decrease volume, change tracks, answer calls, or activate your device’s voice assistant.
- Discomfort. Skullcandy’s Indy earbuds may deliver heavyweight sound performance but are featherweight to wear.
- Distortion. One of the prized features of the Indy is the fit. They have a noise-isolating design and silicone tips that seal your ears and reduce outside noise.
- A huge price tag. Skullcandy’s Indy is one of the less expensive entries in this field. Coupled with its high-level performance the Indy’s price (under $80 online) makes it a real value.
Now, here’s what the Indy has:
- 16 hours of battery life
- IP55 protection against sweat, water, and dust, meaning it’s ideal for the driver who has to be out in the elements and not just in their truck’s cab
- Quick and easy Bluetooth pairing with your devices
- Pocket-sized portable charging case with a USB micro charging cable. (Just put the earbuds in the case to recharge up to 12 more hours when not using them.)
- Three different sizes of ear gels and a separate, removable stability gel to ensure a proper fit
Skullcandy’s newest entry in the audio field is available at travel centers and online.