Skullcandy Push truly wireless earbuds with up to 12-hour battery life launched in India

“The Skullcandy earbuds are said to offer up to 12 hours of battery life – 6 hours via the earbuds and another 6 hours through the case”

Skullcandy has introduced Push, its first pair of truly wireless earbuds, in India. The earbuds seem to be the company’s answer to Apple’s AirPods and Samsung Galaxy Buds that were recently announced in the country at Rs 9,990. The Skullcandy Push comes bundle inside a charging case and is said to offer “untethered audio experience.” 

The Skullcandy Push has been priced in the country at Rs 9,999. The pair of earphones are available for sale on the company’s official website and authorised retail stores across the country starting today. The Push earbuds come in two shades: Gray Day and Psychotropical Teal.

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“It is a very exciting time as we introduce Skullcandy’s true wireless product to our Indian consumers,” said Amlan Bhattacharjya, CEO, Brand Eyes Distributors Pvt. Ltd. Push is yet another example of the ongoing innovation Skullcandy is creating.”

Talking about the specifications, the Skullcandy Push earbuds feature a “unique” design that the company claims eliminate signal loss. The earbuds also don Skullcandy ‘FitFin Ear Gels’ for a secure and comfortable fit. The fins are said to keep the earbuds stay put in the ear throughout the day.

The Skullcandy Push is powered by Bluetooth 4.2 and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices. The accessory offers a suite of media control options including call, track, and volume control, and activate your phone’s native assistant with just the push of a button. Lastly, the earbuds are said to offer a battery life of up to 12 hours — six hours via the earbuds and six hours through the “intelligent” charging case.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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