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Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Audio, Intuitive Controls & Feature Packed

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    pauldar
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    I was excited to select these Skullcandy Push Truly Wireless Earbuds in exchange for the earbuds and an honest review. Since I live in North Florida I am able to enjoy the great outdoors year 'round. So, my earbuds must be able to perform in my humid climate. One of the many features of these earbuds is their IPX4 rating, which is both sweat and water resistant. For me an absolute must. For the past three weeks I have used these earbuds everyday, especially while doing my outdoor yard chores. I live on a six-acre, wooded parcel and there is always something that needs my attention, and I love listening to music while I work. So, I am going to begin my review with what I have learned using these earbuds everyday: ***What I love about using these Skullcandy earbuds?*** AUDIO - The audio quality is always the main reason why we purchase any set of earbuds. For the first-time version of Truly Wireless earbuds, Skullcandy has done a credible job. The sound quality is surprising for the value of these earbuds. The low and mid-ranges are emphasized leaving treble and clear voice in the background, but not drowned out. IF you get these buds nestled correctly in your ears, the rich bass at the low ranges is exciting, especially for walks, runs, and physical workouts. However, there is no EQ, or pre-set adjustments, nor any high-end codecs to deliver high resolution, audio quality over Bluetooth. In summary you get bang-up audio quality, overall, in comparison to other earbuds at this price point, IMHO. I have three other, more expensive earbuds, and Skullcandy is equal in features and competitive in audio quality. WooHoo! INTUITIVE CONTROLS – There is a button (about the size of a dime) on each bud towards the bottom of each earbud. The button on each earbud (Left or Right) features ON/OFF controls, Volume, Pairing to Smart Phones, Making and Receiving Phone Calls, Changing Tracks, and my favorite, Activate Voice Assistant, particular to either 'L' or 'R' earbud, or both. See User Manual for specifics. The auto-ON and auto-OFF features by placing the earbuds back in their case, or taking them out is super cool. There is an easy-learning-curve to these control buttons, but, you have to use these buds for several days. I felt comfortable of mastering these controls after four days of constant use. In addition to these simple controls you get 'Voice-Announcements' like when you are connected to BT, Earbuds 'ON', or 'OFF', etc. PAIRING TO MY DEVICES – What I found to be really unique is that these Skullcandy buds not only easily pair to my mobile phones, but, PC, Tablet, Laptop, I-Pad, MP3 Player, Switch, PS4, etc. They pair to any of your devices unlike many other wireless, BT earbuds. They don’t support multi-device pairing and can only connect to one Bluetooth source at a time. They have no registry to remember all of your other devices. Also, keep in mind that there is a latency (lag time delay), which makes these buds not very good for use in any kind of gaming. They use a 4.2 BT Interface, which is as simple as it gets. DESIGN & FIT – The overall design with lightweight plastic body and gel 'Fit' ear hook had fooled me. At first glance these buds look bulky and heavy – far from the truth. Skullcandy provides three pair of gel ear cup inserts for varied fit. Surely, one pair will fit you comfortably, so you can enjoy the robust sound quality of these earbuds. TIP – Install each earbud as far as it will go comfortably in your ear canal for more impressive sound and more secure fit. I was impressed after wearing these buds outside for over four hours each day, and, sweating because of the heat and humidity, they have NOT stressed my ears and remained comfortable to wear. YooHoo! SMART PHONE CALLS – It is super easy to answer and end a phone call. Just touch either 'R' or 'L' button once to answer a call, or end a call. My favorite phone use is through the Voice Assistant feature (SIRI for me to make calls). You can use whatever Voice Assistant on your Smart Phone is available and is enabled, and, or Alexa. It is easy to activate by simply pressing either the 'L' or 'R' earbud three times. Be aware that phone calls are heard over the 'L' ear bud only and are 'mono'. The mic is also on the Left earbud, and is of decent audio quality and clearly heard by your party. RECHARGEABLE BATTERY – I was able to use my Skullcandy earbuds for over five and a half hours before I had to recharge them by placing the earbuds back in their protective case. Fully charged in their case the buds can give you up to twelve hours of listening time. WoW! It took me approximately two hours to fully charge the earbuds in their case using the furnished and latest, USB 'C' cable. You can also charge the case with your PC, laptop, etc, as long as it has a USB Port. The case has four LED Blue Indicator lights to give you the battery status. You can depress the button just under the LED lights for the battery-charge status at any time. ***What I think needs to improve these Skullcandy earbuds?*** FIT – The gel 'FIT' ear piece is too short for my ears to retain them securely (OK, I have big ears). However, I'm guessing I am not alone in this issue. This makes me wonder just how secure these earbuds would be for gym workouts, and running, or jogging? However, my wife says they fit her ears securely enough for physical workouts and running (She has 'normal' sized ears). Skullcandy, please look into redesigning your FIT gel ear piece for Big-Eared folks like me. High Resolution Codecs – High Resolution codecs deliver CD quality sound over Bluetooth. aptX HD and LDAC along with Apple ALAC would enhance the already good sound to great sound quality. Please look into Skullcandy for your next upgrade into Truly Wireless Earbuds. CONTROL BUTTON – The control button on each earbud is too large in comparison to the size of the earbud body. Consider making the button much smaller. It took me two weeks to figure it out. It was so confusing trying to insert the buds into my ears while NOT touching the buttons – YUK! Since the earbuds were 'ON', while I tried inserting them correctly into my ears I inadvertently touched the Control Button and changed the settings 'to who knows what'. I eventually learned to manually shutoff the earbuds when I took them out of their case 'till they were inserted correctly in my ears. Then, I turned them 'ON' - so much easier. . . . CONCLUSION - The Skullcandy Push Truly Wireless Earbuds are a great value for the quality audio and features of these FUN earbuds. I love them because I can use them and enjoy their sound quality outside in the Florida heat & humidity. They have some 'shortcomings', but not enough for me to give them less than five stars. . . . These earbuds would make a great gift for that 'physically-active' family member or friend. They are inexpensive when you consider the multi-functional features and sound quality.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for Outside Adventures

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    Kotor
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    ---HIGHLIGHTS--- Excellent Sound Quality, Stable Bluetooth Connection, Automatic Turn On/Off, 6 Hour Battery, Water Resistant, Fits Securely, Bluetooth Version 4.2, USB-C Charging ---DESIGN and CONTROLS--- These in the ear headphones are very lightweight and comfortable to wear. The ear gels hold them tightly in my ear canal which in turn helps them stay put and sound good. With this type of design, it is critical to make sure that the ear gels are tightly inserted in the ear canal. If you don’t establish a secure fit the sound quality will suffer. The hard case and left and right earbuds are an integrated system. The case doubles as an external battery that charges them while protecting and storing them. To charge them simply insert them into the case and close the lid. To charge the case connect it to a charger with the included USB-C cable. It takes about 4 hours to fully charge the case and headphones. The battery last for about 6 hours. If fully charged, the carrying case can provide another 6 hours of charge for a combined 12 hours of charge. Just be aware that after they are drained, you must put them back in the case to charge before they can be used again. After using them for a couple of days I have found the rated battery life to be accurate. They automatically turn on when taken out of the case and automatically turn off when put back in the case. I prefer this design to having to press and hold a button to turn on and off. Once paired they will automatically connect when turned on. The Bluetooth pairing process was very easy. Once paired subsequent connections were fast and proved to be very stable. They are certified as being sweat and water resistant (IPX4). The control buttons that take some practice to learn, but once you get the hang of them they work adequately. However, I prefer to use my phone to control them. The right unit cannot be used without the left one. The left one is the primary and can be used by itself, if you only want to use one, but the right one can’t be used independently. The right unit can only be paired to the left one. ---SOUND QUALITY--- The overall sound quality of these headphones is excellent! The sound is very musical, clear, and full range. They also belt out a surprising amount of hard-hitting bass for such small earbuds! The call quality is typical for Bluetooth compact headphones. When on a call they default to mono sound, which is preferable so there is not an annoying echo. As with all headphones, call quality can be negatively affected by wind noise and other ambient sounds. It uses Bluetooth version 4.2 which offers less compression that the original codec and creates a stable Bluetooth connection. ---BOTTOM LINE--- The Skullcandy Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones sound great and are perfect for active lifestyles. They are easy to take on the go and sound great for the price. If you are still using the earbuds that came with your cell phone or tablet, then you are in for a treat because the improvement in sound quality will be what I describe as night and day.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Very nice - for the price

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    NotBobMontgomery
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    I think Best Buy needs another rating - overall for the price. At a list price of $100, they’re really nice. Compared to my Jabra Elite Active 65t or my Bose SoundSport Free headphones, they don’t stack up so well. But, at half the price of either of these, they’re a bargain. In general, wireless earbuds look odd, like you miss your Google Glass. These take odd to a new level, as the bean shape and bright color look like a pair of beetles are coming out of your ears. The fit is solid. You put the buds in and give them a twist, which allows the wings to lock into your lobes. They stay in place while you move around. Range is excellent, on par with my more expensive buds, absolutely no complaints there. Sound quality is good, but not great. Subtlety is lost in the mix, the bass is significantly boosted, and mids tend to blur together. You won’t hear the pick striking the guitar string or the saxophone reed squeak, but it’s pleasant enough given, once again, the price. Battery life is excellent, exceeding my other buds (but far off my over the ear cans). I expect around eight hours between charges. The charging case is huge. By volume, it’s about twice the size of the Jabra case. It does have enough battery life in it to recharge the buds once, which is disappointing given the sheer size of the unit. (The Jabra case will recharge twice.) It does magnetically lock the buds into their proper place, which is reassuring on two fronts; you’re less likely to open it to uncharged buds, and they’re less likely to fall out when the case comes open. Controls are simple. Touch either bud once to pause or start the music, twice to raise the sound (right) or lower it (left), a medium length push to activate the digital assistant. Not that said digital assistant was able to understand me at all, because... The microphone is sub-par (perhaps sub-sub-par). It didn’t sound good, or really acceptable, on anyone I had try speaking through them. If you have a deep voice, like I do, you can forget it completely. The sounds of the room frequently come through louder than your voice, although the quality is so bad it’s hard to make those sounds out. Build quality has me concerned. The case feels cheap. The buttons on the buds feel and sound cheap when you press them, not reassuringly solid like the more expensive buds. I used to buy my teenager Skull Candy headphones - they sounded good enough that she would keep the volume reasonable, and when they were lost or broken,I wasn’t upset. This means I have a lot of experience with Skull Candy’s customer support, and it is excellent. They’ve stood behind every product I’ve purchased. The bad news is that every product has, at some point, broken. How much of that was build quality versus the life of a teenager, I don’t know, but the initial impression of the Push gives me pause. Overall, if you want a pair of decent wireless earbuds and you just don’t want to spend a bunch of cash, these are an excellent option. I would suggest that you be gentle with them, though.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great sound, easy set-up, minor usability issues

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    Dan292
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    There are two aspects of these earbuds that I want to discuss. First is the ease of set-up, fit, and sound quality, and in these regards, these earbuds are just fine. Out of the box, there was about 60% charge in their batteries, so I could use them immediately. Pairing to my phone took about 15 seconds, and I was listening to music. Sound quality is fine. These buds feature what Skullcandy calls a “FitFin,” which is a little curved rubber piece that you snug up against the inside of your outer ear to help hold them in place. This feature, along with the three-sizes of ear plugs available, makes it easy to fit them to your ear comfortably. I had no trouble in this regard. The second aspect is usability, and in this regard, these buds fall slightly, in my opinion. Why? Because everything is controlled by the buttons on each ear bud. The buttons are large, and it’s easy to bump them and thus do something unintended if all you’re trying to is adjust the fit. For example, to turn the buds on or off, you push the left side button for five seconds. To raise the volume, you tap the right side button twice. To lower the volume, you tap the left side button twice. To pause or resume play, you tap either side button once. To advance to the next song, you hold the right side button for three seconds. To go back one track, you push the left side button for three seconds. If a phone call comes in and you want to answer it through the buds, you answer or end the call by tapping either side button once. Got all that? My biggest problem was inadvertently touching the button and thus pausing the play when I was just trying to reposition the bud in one or the other ear. The buttons are large. You have to remember to grab the buds around the edges, and do so carefully. All of the above said, I’m sure one gets used to using these over time, and I would not hold the control aspects of these earbuds against them to any great degree. To my mind, sound quality is what matters most with fit and comfort a close second in any audio for the ears, and in these regards, these earbuds are just fine. Included in the box are three sizes of rubber ear plug so you can choose the best one for your ears, a nice carry case which is also the charger and which also itself can be charged (and thus the earbuds charged from the case) so the listening time available before needing to plug something into a socket is 12 hours, and a USB-C cable. No A/C adapter is included, so if you want to charge these from a wall socket, you will need to purchase that separately. One last comment, and it applies to every pair of earbuds I’ve ever used, including these. Why can’t the manufacturers put a big “L” and a big “R” on the buds? It’s not trivial to figure out which is the left bud and which is the right. Yes, they’re mirror images of each other, so one is left and one is right, but they only way I could be sure which was which was to compare them to the images in the instruction manual. Not a big deal once you know which is which, but still...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Impressive!

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    HiFiBlaster
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    I have a few sets of “wireless” (Bluetooth) ear buds, but this is my set of truly wireless ear buds. To be honest, my first worry was losing one. Not having them physically tethered together was always weighing in the back of my mind at the beginning. But after a few uses, I got used to it and was able to enjoy the experience these reasonably priced ear buds provide. Setup in and of itself was a breeze. I have a Galaxy Note and it was nothing to pair and get using. I would highly suggest reading the manual considering each ear bud has one button and depending on how many times you press that button determines what action it will take. This takes a little time to get used to, but once muscle memory kicks in, it’s simplistic. Like I said at the beginning, I have had a few sets of Bluetooth ear buds (wired between the buds), and my concerns was twofold when acquiring this set. 1) What would the battery life be? 2) How would the sound quality measure up? 1) Battery life thus far is surprisingly long! I did not do a running tally on how many hours I used before the first charge, but it was LONG. Much longer than any other headset I’ve used. Charging in the ear bud’s case is quick and easy. Just drop them in and a short time later their charged. As with any other set of wireless ear buds, I always keep a wired pair with me in case of a recharge in the middle of an activity. **HINT: When you hear the low battery chime, you have about 15 to 20 minutes before they completely die.** 2) As for sound quality, I was shockingly surprised. With no equalizer functions, I didn’t expect much. Again, for the price range they’re in, this is a steal for the quality. As with any ear buds, you need to tamper your expectations. These are not going to sound like a wired seat of high end Bose, but they hold their own. The bass is passable. The treble is good. Quality is slightly muffled, but I’ve definitely experienced worse on more expensive sets. Overall, I would recommend these ear buds. They provide a very portable option for listening to music in a variety of activities. They remain in place due to the availability of interchangeable sizes for the ear pieces which assists with comfort as well! Their quick charging and long lasting battery make them perfect for multiple long exercise sessions or even days at work where you want to drown out what is going on around you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Skullcandy PUSH earbuds - Sound Without...

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    Cupra
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    I was excited to check out these Skullcandy Push earbuds, they look great, they have a great battery life, so putting them in my ears, I was prepared for greatness. Alas, that was short lived. Putting the earbuds in my ear, first thing I noticed was that they didn't just lock into my ears like other earbuds of this design do. I had to coax the fin into place to get a secure fit. And then once in place, the ear piece didn't create a solid connection with my ear canal, leaving space for all kinds of ambient noise to seep into my ear. I switched out all 3 ear pieces to try and get the right seal on my ear, but it just didn't happen. And without that good seal on my ear, the sound quality was only 'fair'. There was a lot of ambient sound included in my listening experience, along with a real lack of bass. It just wasn't the experience I was hoping for from these earbuds. In my opinion, as a professional designer, they do look cool, and the charging case has a nice design as well, although the top of it is a little fiddly to open, a spring loaded mechanism would do well here. I really like how the earbuds magnetically click into place for a secure charge and the charging indicator on the outside of the case is great, although incredibly bright! A softer green lighting to compliment the case and earbud color would be a nicer option. The earbuds themselves are on the larger side, compared to others I own, and the 'PUSH' feature of the large buttons on each side can be frustrating. First off, they are so large that even getting the earbuds in your ears can result in you turning them on and off several times in the process. And then discerning the timing of your function (7 seconds for this, 5 seconds for that, 3 seconds for another) adds to the frustration as well. So, unfortunately, I had high expectations from these earbuds, but they fell short and under-delivered in my experience.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Heaphones!

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    tmcgo510
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    I have wanted a pair of truly wireless headphones for a long time now. When I received these, I was pleasantly surprised at the size and form factor. These headphones are a cool color, and they come with a case that not only stores the headphones, but also is used to charge them. The headphone case is charged by a USB-C cable. The headphones advertise 12 hours of battery life. I believe that is due to the headphones possibly holding 6 hours of charge and the case holding an additional 6 hours of charge. I have not tested the complete battery life of the headphones. It is hard to tell because immediately upon placing the headphones back in the case, they automatically start charging again. I almost wish it was possible to turn the charging on when you want them to charge. I wonder if this will affect the battery life in the long run due to the constant charging. Pairing these to my phone was easy. After taking them out of the case the turn on and there are instructions with how to place the headphones in pairing mode. Making and receiving calls is also simple. If you push a button on either headphone, the call will answer. The only thing that has taken some time to get used to is the phone call only coming through the left ear piece. When on the phone, the right ear piece remains silent. Audio quality is actually pretty good. While it does not fully hold up to some other, higher quality brands, it is definitely NOT disappointing. The headphones have good volume and great bass response. Changing tracks and volume on the headphones takes a bit of getting used to. The instructions provided list the amount of button clicks that are needed to change tracks, change volume, and answer the phone. The buttons are relatively large and each headphone has one. The only issue I found was, when I reached up to adjust the headphone, I had many times I would accidentally bump or push the button due to the size and placement. This would pause my music or hang up my phone call. I am sure over time I will get used to the button placement, but it is worth noting. All in all, if you are looking for an above average set of headphones that won't break your bank account, these are a great choice!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Truly wireless with great sound

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    GoGoGomez
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    These are stylish and good quality earbuds that I have several things I like about and just a couple of things that could be different or better: Pros: - Very easy to pair. I paired them in seconds with my iPhone Xs - Great sound. They have plenty of base and can be turned up very loud. - Comfort. These earbuds are very comfortable and secure in your ear. - Easy to turn off. When you turn one earbud off it sends a signal to the other to turn off. - Nice case and charger. I love the feature of the case charging the earbuds for additional access to power without having to bring your cord with you. Also when you take them from the case both turn on by themselves and connect to your phone. - Changing tracks, volume and answering calls can all be done with the buttons on the earbuds instead of going to your phone. - Talking on the phone. One button press to answer, the other party can hear me clearly and has no idea I’m on the earbuds. Cons: - Phone calls only are heard in the left ear. It works just fine, but for volume I wish the sound would be in both ears. - The buttons have a lot of combinations of functionality. The functions work and I appreciate they can do so many things, but there is just a lot of memorization on number of clicks and length to hold click for all of the different functions. - Turning on. If you don’t take them directly from the case you have to turn each earbud on separately and I just wish it was like turning off, where you do it on one and it tells the other earbud what to do automatically. Overall I’m giving them 5 stars due to the fact that they have great sound and I love not having a cord for my workouts to get in my way or stick to me when sweating. My cons are not deal breakers, only minor pet peeves that are nowhere near deal breakers for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Very easy pairing, but buttons can be finicky

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    Alex
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    There are some good, and bad, with these headphones. Starting with the good: Packaging: Very nice with a good presentation of the headphones. Easy enough to get them out. Use: Pairing. They are probably the easiest headphones I've ever paid using bluetooth. No fussing around with multiple button presses and holds. After the very easy initial pair, as soon as you touch the headphones and pick them up they are paired with my phone. great! Buttons: While these are a con, I'll get to that later. The good part is they are easy to use and not confusing. Changing tracks, etc. is very easy to do and doesn't require any confusing presses or positioning. Music Quality: good. no complaints here. They sound like I would expect headphones of this size to sound. Not super Bassey, but not under Bassey either. Phone calls: Like most headphones, you can use these to make/take phone calls. I wouldn't recommend it though. The people on the other end said I sounded like a bad speakerphone and I had to speak louder than normal. I just switch and use the phone regularly. Ok, Cons: They are quite large to be sitting in your ears without being attached to anything. With that, you have to adjust them regularly. Since the buttons are easy to use, you end up pressing them all the time when adjusting the headphones. It got quite annoying. Also, since they are large, working out with them isn't very comfortable. I don't like the looks of them either, but the looks part is just an opinion and is up to the user, doesn't affect how they are used/work. Overall, I wouldn't recommend these. The cons outweigh the pros in my opinion.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Decent sound but major connection problems

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    darien87
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    I decided to try these headphones out for my workouts at the gym. I currently use a set of Under Armour Project Rock headphones which sound very good but tend to get very sweaty and don't always stay in place as well as I would like. I was hoping the Push earbuds would work better for me. Well the answer is, not really. The earbuds are comfortable and stay in place reasonably well. But I did find myself pushing them back into my ears ever 10 minutes or so. The buttons on the side of the earphones are both cool and a drawback. I like that you can adjust the volume with a press of these buttons but I found that because I was constantly pushing them back into my ears I would inadvertantly press the buttons often which pauses the music playback. As long as you're not sweating these headphones stay in place. But I actually had them fall out of my ears after working out for about an hour. The real deal killer for me was the connection issues I had with them. While working out last night I found that the earphones would randomly lose connection and the music would drop out for about 2 seconds. This happened about 47 times during a 2 hour workout. It probably happened many more times than this as it wasn't until the dropouts began to really annoy me that I started counting them. I don't know if there was interference from other people around me with bluetooth headphones on as well but it was a complete deal breaker for me. If you are looking for a pair of earphones for wearing around the house or on a plane flight or something these might work well for you. But if you want a good pair of earphones for the gym, these are not the answer.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Skullcandy - Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

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    BBReviewer
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    These earbuds are pretty darn nice! Nicely packaged product. Opened the box and placed the earbuds into the cute little charging case. They only go in one way so that's easy. Plugged it in to charge with the included usb-c cord. They were already partially charged so I let them set a little while. I took them out and put on the smallest ear "tips" - there are 3 sizes... The ones that came on the buds were way too large for my ears. I very easily paired then with my iPhone... And I tried them on. Here's the problem for me... I tried all kinds of ways to make them secure and comfortable in my ears. Nothing I could do made them feel secure enough to trust that they wouldn't fall out. However, the good part, the sound was VERY good. I easily played my playlists. When I pressed them into my ears, they sounded fantastic! Deep bass - fantastic sound. As long as I kept holding them they sounded amazing, but when I removed my fingers the bass disappeared. The controls definitely have a learning curve too. There is one large button on each bud and long or short or multiple presses controls the volume, tracks, power, etc. A very nice thing is when your phone rings you can answer with a single press. I could only hear the call in one ear though. You can also access your phones assistant. In my case Siri. That was very helpful but also only in one ear. These are very nice truly wireless earbuds but they're just not for me. I could never get that fit just right for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great in-ear headphones for everyday use

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    BravoMan
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    The Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones by Skullcandy provides you with true freedom from those annoying cords without a drop in quality or convenience. With the single-button volume, track and call control you can easily manage your music and calls without having to interact with your smartphone. One of the biggest issues that I have with in-ear headphones is how they easily fall out of the ear, but that is not the case with these Skullcandy Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones. The Secure FitFin gel ear tips give the in-ear headphones a step up in staying in your ear. They not rigid and are flexible enough to allow you to adjust the in-ear headphone without much effort. The Skullcandy Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones also come with a small charging/carrying case that allows you to charge the in-ear headphones while you're on the go, giving you some extra juice for your headphones for those long days in the office or when you're out enjoying your afternoon with friends at a park, beach, etc. My only issue with these Skullcandy Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones is the way the fit into my ears. After about an hour or so of use, I'm encountering a bit of ear pain which will go away after a minute or so of rest from use. Overall, these Push True Wireless In-Ear Headphones by Skullcandy work very well for everyday use from listening to music, watching a YouTube video or movie, to pretty much everything else in between.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Not a Fan

    Posted
    KaneM7
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    Got these and thought they would be a good daily wear pair but was not the case. Sound - sound actually isn't bad. holds good volume and a decent bass but can be a little tinny and muddy on the mid/high range. Design - I didn't like them initially but after fighting a little bit I was able to a mostly secure fit. I dont know that these would be for rigorous activity but light movement that are secure. Tech - Bluetooth works good once I finally got them paired. Took about 5 times Function - not an intuitive control scheme. They tried a simple "PUSH" button approach but this failed as I kept turning them off (5sec hold)rather than skipping(3 sec hold) the track! Much FRUSTRATION here. Case is plastic but the buds do slip in easily. They are very secure and I do love the charge indicator and USB-C connection(something I've faulted other buds for) So this was the saving grace of them. Overall, Not a bad pair of wireless buds, but ultimately the release pricing and sound quality would steer me to other options. If can be found on sale at under 100 bucks would be a good daily wear or backup. I Will be keeping these in my truck as a backup pair!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    My first pair of truly wireless earbuds

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    mskelbel
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    This is my first set of truly wireless earbuds. Love the color and the charging case that was almost compact. The left is the main earbud and the right receives its signal from the left. Any audio from calls only go to the left earbud. The sound quality is about what I was expecting, not horrible, but not blow your mind fantastic. These aren't actually noise cancelling which for me, is good as I have to hear my surroundings at work. I take calls and wear my work headset on my left side, so I had to take the left wireless bud out of the case to hear music on the right. When they are in the case, they are automatically off. They automatically turn on when removed. That's a very cool feature! One complaint is trying to fit them into my ear. The fin is difficult to work with and every time I tried to put them in, I hit the button. Speaking of buttons, each earbud has one and each button does different things depending on how many times, or how long it's pressed. It will take a while before I remember all the possible functions. For future versions, make a smaller button, or move it so it's not pressed when trying to put on the earbuds. It was very hard to get past the difficulty in getting them in place. That's the reason for my three stars.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Big bass

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    Airtaz
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    Not as brightly colored as in the picture but still pretty. They are pretty straight forward to pair. There is a cardboard piece that you need to pay attention to as the instruction book is pretty much useless. These are bigger than some of the other brands but still pretty lightweight. If you have small ears they maybe a little uncomfortable until you get them in just the right place though after awhile my ear was a little sore. It comes with different size earbuds so that make it nice. Unlike some they have a flexible piece to help them stay in place instead of a hard rigid one. The bass is strong in these surprisingly. The sound is clear in all aspects. I tried video chatting and calling multiple people and they could hear me well and I could hear them with no issues. The charging case is a little bulky and doesn't just pop open so I worry that I will break it as there is a little button you push and then pry it open. It does come with a power cable but no plug so make sure you have an extra or charge at a different time than your phone. Though this seems to be the new "norm" so maybe it is just an issue for me. Overall not a bad product but maybe a bit overpriced in my opinion.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Terrible case and ok sounding

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    EnglishD
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    So i went into these with hope. Skull Candy is known for BASS! And though these have bass I was left underwhelmed So first let's talk about design. The buds themselves are ok, they are plastic like most but they seem of lower quality. They do what you need and they don't break when dropped or anything but just seems cheap. The case they come in is a mess. It's huge for a start making carrying not as simple as placing in your pocket. I don't know why they did this as it's not like it houses a massive battery for multiple charging neither. The lid is very flimsy too. Sound from these is ok. you get bass as mentioned and as with most SC products, the mids get muddied to allow for the bass to be more prominent. My biggest issue is the overall volume. I tried these on the OnePlus 7 Pro and iPhone X and found it to be a similar experience on both. Its like they need that extra step in volume. The fit is ok but i did get some ear fatigue after about 90 min.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Ear Buds!

    Posted
    CMCMom29
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    The Skullcandy Push is an attractive set of ear buds. They come with a charging case; the case holds a charge rather than just the buds. You can be on the go and pop the buds into the case and they will charge without being plugged in. This is a great feature. Plus, I like the size and shape of the case – it’s easy to find in a large purse or bag, even if you are trying to feel for it. It’s easy to pair using the enclosed directions. I tried it with both my Samsung Galaxy and my laptop. I have had mixed results with ear buds in the past because of comfort. These buds are comfortable to wear. I could move around and not worry about them falling out. The battery life is fantastic. They were sitting unused for several days on my desk, not plugged in, just in their case. The case held its charge and the buds were ready to go when I needed them. I would definitely recommend these ear buds.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Had a hard time finding headphones I like

    Posted
    S2Hill
    • My Best Buy® Member

    I have tried and retruned a lot of headphones. I typically have the biggest problem with fit and comfort. Can't do airpods because they fall out. When I found these I finally have a pair I truly enjoy. They come with three ear gel sizes and the sure fin makes sure they stay in. The sound is solid and enjoyable. You can use just one if need be. Volume could be a little louder and who wouldn't want noise cancelling? For the price and compared to others in this category that doesn't exist though so no problem there. People live the color also. The case makes it easy to carry then in backpack and also recharge them quickly. I do wish voice calls were in both ears when wearing both buds. Overall, best in-ear wireless (truly wireless) buds I have owned. Had them all over a month with lots of use during travel and at work. Highly recommended.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best non-AirPods I've ever owned

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    gabemstr
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

    The pros: - they stay stuck in your ear and don't come out - charges in the case which is nice - the bass is really nice - pairing is fast and easy - changing tracks is easy. The left side is for decreasing volume and going back a track, while the right side is for increasing volume and skipping a track. Very intuitive. The cons: - Inside the case, they automatically connect/pair, turn on, and start playing music without me turning them on and this can get quite annoying. It keeps automatically connecting so your best option is to shut off bluetooth but you shouldn't have to do this. Overall, I'd still recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent Unit, nice sound, ok value

    Posted
    wase4711
    • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network
    • Top 1000 ContributorTop 1000 Contributor

    After owning most totally wireless earbuds since the category became popular, I was interested to see how these buds would compare to some of the top end units out there.. They are bigger than the other premium models, and, you either love or hate that "green": color, which is the only color they come in.. The charge case is pretty flimsy, and only holds one 6 hour re-charge, but the buds themselves last 6 hours, so a total of 12 hours is pretty good. Sound is real nice, of course not equal to the Sennheisers, but more like the Bose..No App with them, and for phone calls, you only get sound out of one ear, so be aware of that.. If you dont want to spend over 100 bucks, these are definitely worth looking at..

    I would recommend this to a friend