Skullcandy renews its catalog of true wireless headphones with 4 new references

Skullcandy, particularly prolific in the world of portable audio, puts the package on true wireless headphones . The American brand has indeed unveiled no less than four new evolutions of its Sesh, Indy and Push models.

A year and a half after the release of its first model of true wireless headphones , the Push , Skullcandy has not turned thumbs up. The firm has indeed launched two other true wireless models last year, Indy and Sesh , and now wants to renew its entire catalog. Thus were born the Sesh Evo, Indy Evo, Indy Fuel and Push Ultra.

© Skullcandy - Sesh Evo (left), Indy Evo (right)

© Skullcandy – Sesh Evo (left), Indy Evo (right)

All new manufacturer references benefit from a more robust design with increased resistance to splashing water (IP55), and even immersion for Push Ultra (IP67). The design of the Sesh Evo does not change radically compared to the previous model. On the other hand, there is a little more change on the side of the other references. The Indy now incorporate a new stabilizer, larger and more visible, while the Push Ultra adopt a large hook to ensure ideal support, especially during sports sessions. A search function in case of loss is present on the Sesh Evo, Indy Evo, Indy Fuel and Push Ultra thanks to the integration of a Bluetooth Tile tag.

© Skullcandy - Unlike the other models, the Push Ultra (on the left) offer two buttons dedicated to volume control on each earphone, to which is added a multifunction button.

© Skullcandy – Unlike the other models, the Push Ultra (on the left) offer two buttons dedicated to volume control on each earphone, to which is added a multifunction button.

Unlike the two other “entry level” references, the Indy Fuel and Push Ultra come with a transport case compatible with wireless charging. Four LEDs precisely indicate the remaining battery level on the body of the Sesh Evo and Indy Evo / Fuel. The latter two retain the touch controls of the first Indy model. Interaction with Sesh Evo and Push Ultra headphones is done through physical control buttons. Equalization modes (music, film, podcast) are available on these new true wireless headphones , and it is possible to use them solo (only one headphone, left or right) – hopefully the switch to mono is done correctly.

© Skullcandy - Indy Fuel (left), Push Ultra (right)

© Skullcandy – Indy Fuel (left), Push Ultra (right)

Skullcandy does not provide very specific information regarding the autonomy of each new product. The Sesh Evo, Indy Evo, Indy Fuel and Push Ultra respectively promise 24h, 30h, 30h and 40h of autonomy. You will have to wait until you have them in hand to know exactly how long each model will last on a single charge.

Skullcandy Indy Evo

Skullcandy Indy Evo
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Skullcandy Indy Fuel

Skullcandy Indy Fuel
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The Sesh Evo, Indy Evo, Indy Fuel and Push Ultra from Skullcandy should arrive very soon and will be marketed respectively at prices of 80, 100, 120 and 130 €. Some models will be launched in various colors (four for Sesh Evo and Indy Evo, three for Push Ultra).

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