Look Much A like Soundcore Liberty Air the Indy True Wireless Earbuds Are More Stylish with A Silicon Jacket

Probaby the true wireless earbuds run out of idea for design, they tend to mimic the signature design from others – Again it is Airpods.

Skullcandy recently released the Indy True Wireless Earbuds which is noise-isolating, sports TWS and a pair costs $79, a half price of Airpods.

Just in case you don’t know about SkullCandy…

Skull Candy is pretty well-known for youngers who like stylish, colorful and affordable audio products.

Touch control of Indy True Wireless Earbuds is favorably handful when it comes to control volume, tracks and taking calls.

But their battery is just 4 hours between charges, not that impressive given others have ramped up their battery life up to 6 hours or more.

The Indy wireless earbuds sports eartips and silicon covers, so it has a good noise isolation, and housings are protected from sweat and drop.

Actually I don’t really care about the charging case’s battery that most of marketing campains highlights how much the case can hold charges. The Indy True Wireless Earbuds’s case holds 12 hours – additional charges for earbuds.

The call quality is good – but it isn’t loud for both music and calls – what to blame the 6mm driver size and you have to crank up the volume to hear the bass and details. But this may be a good thing if you plan buy to these earbuds as a gift for your kids. The loudness level would be a perfect fit if you don’t want your kids’ ears are exposed to high loudness level.

Should I buy Indy True Wireless Earbuds?

Today you can get a pair of true wireless earbuds for less – but spend a bit more you will feel more confident about the connectivity, sound and comfort.


  • Bluetooth version: 5.0
  • Sound Pressure Level: 95±3dB
  • Impedance: 16Ω
  • Driver size: 6mm
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20KHz
  • Weight: 10.5g (earbuds)

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