Skullcandy Riff Wireless on-ear headphones launched in India, priced at Rs 5,999

“The Skullcandy Riff Wireless headphones offer Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity and battery life of up to 12 hours”

Popular audio accessory brand Skullcandy has added a new pair of headphones to its lineup, the Riff Wireless. The new headphones come with on-ear design and – as the name suggests – work wirelessly. Skullcandy claims that the Riff Wireless are durable, lightweight, and has a soft-touch finish that ensures comfort for long hours of usage. 

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About the launch, Amlan Bhattacharjya, founder and CEO of Brandeyes Distributors Pvt. Ltd said, “The ‘Riff Wireless’ headphones offer the best in class audio experience with premium acoustics, innovation in voice technology and unrivalled comfort. We believe this is the perfect headphone for our young customers who prefer an affordable, convenient and comfortable audio experience while they are on the move.”

The Skullcandy Riff Wireless has been priced in India at Rs 5,999. The headphones come in Blue, Gray, White, and Black colour options that you can pick from Skullcandy’s e-store and select retailers starting today.

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Coming to the specifications of Skullcandy Riff Wireless, the headphones come with a bendable headband for convenient storage and a full range of fit adjustments. The unit can be paired with Android, iOS, Windows, and other devices via Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity. For audio, the Riff Wireless headphones have a pair of 40mm drivers and can operate across a frequency spectrum of 20Hz – 20KHz. 

On the battery front, Skullcandy claims that the audio device lasts up to 12 hours on a single charge. The headphones support Rapid Charge technology, which is said to provide two hours battery life with 10 minutes of charging. Lastly, the right earcup of the headphones offers controls to adjust volume, change track, or summon AI personal assistant from the paired device.

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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