Indy by Skullcandy is on a budget wireless Earbuds with fantastic sound quality. It is a pipe style earbud and features Bluetooth 5.0 technology for seamless connection with your device. The gadget looks similar to Apple Airpods and has touch controls instead of buttons on the outside casing.
The left bud turns down the volume, and the right bud turns it up. There are additional controls on the buds, and you can tap and hold the bud to replay the track or tap and right button to forward it. Indy Truly Wireless Earbuds offers a total battery life inclusive of earbuds charging in the case. Without the case in hand, a user can expect the battery to at least hold for four hours.
Indy Earbuds have an IP55 rating and provide resistance against sweat, rain, and dust. The earbuds case is easy to open, although it is a bit bulky in comparison to the other wireless earbuds in the market.
Pros of Indy Earbuds
- Secure and comfortable fit on your ears
- Touch controls instead of traditional buttons
- Great sound quality and fast pairing
- Up to the benchmark battery performance
- The product includes stabilizing gels which can be helpful for people to get a better fit
- Touch is a little too hard
- Random connection dropout on some devices
It is worth mentioning that the earbuds cost $80, which is almost half the price of Apple Airpods. The company also claims that earpieces offer noise-isolation features to help block unwanted sounds. When talking about sound quality, the gadget offers a powerful, and the speakers don’t hurt or irritate the ears to jazz or rock music.
As a bottom line, the Skullcandy Indy Truly Wireless Earbuds have some great traits including affordability and sound quality and might be one of your best buys.