Skullcandy Launches Four New Headphones With Built-In Tile Bluetooth Tracking Support

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Skullcandy today announced a series of four new wireless headphones that include Tile's Bluetooth tracking technology. The headphones are called the Push Ultra ($99.99), Indy Evo ($79.99), Indy Fuel ($99.99), and Sesh Evo ($59.99).


The Push Ultra headphones are one of the more expensive Skullcandy headphones launching today, with 40 hours of battery life, a wireless charging case, IP67 sweat and water resistance, and an over-ear hook design similar to the Powerbeats Pro. Each earbud includes playback and volume controls, and the earhooks are moldable to conform better to your ears.


For every model of the new headphones, Skullycandy built each earbud to act as an individual Tile, allowing users to find the left or right earbud individually if they are lost. Skullcandy users will have access to some Tile Premium features, including extended location history and smart alerts.

Additionally, the Skullcandy headphones can be found when they are inside of their charging cases, which can not be done with Apple's AirPods. Apple does offer its own solution to lost AirPods with the "Find My" app, which can locate a pair of lost AirPods if they are lost together outside of the charging case in a nearby location.

The Skullcandy headphones are available on the company's website, starting at $59.99.

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7 weeks ago
The only thing I love about this article is the reasonable price point
I’ve Always though anything over $100 for a wireless earbud that lasts 1 and a half year at best was unreasonable
But that’s just my opinion
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7 weeks ago
That's awesome. You can find them if they get lost! Even if they are in the case.
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7 weeks ago
Thank God there are cheap, good-sounding alternatives out there.

I'm not against the existence of AirPods or other wireless headphones. I know their tech is complex and so is their functionality and features.

I just will never ever ever ever need to pay anything above $50 for headphones as a consumer, especially something that is so easy to misplace and is not really built to last. And I would never take advantage of the features.

I just want to listen to music and hear the movie I'm watching.
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7 weeks ago
Over the ear - smart decision for the running and workout community.
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7 weeks ago
Hopefully this means that the airpod pros will drop in price, as the competition moves in on Apple
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7 weeks ago
Skullcandy makes decent headphones at a reasonable price. I just replaced a set (that still work fine) with a 2nd gen pair of AirPods that were on sale at Amazon as the Skullcandy set were of the “in ear’ design that I don’t like when out for a walk.
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