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Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews

74%
would recommend to a friend

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Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

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  • 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: 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: 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: 3 out of 5 stars

    Terrible case and ok sounding

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    EnglishD
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    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: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent Unit, nice sound, ok value

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    wase4711
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    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

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Decent, But probably overvalued

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    mikedmor
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    The sound quality is not bad for these, however the design of them does cause some ear strain after about 30 minutes of use. I have had some issues with the right ear disconnecting randomly, but it only last for about a second then reconnects. These would get a much better rating from me had they not been $100.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Not what I what I expected !!!!

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    Cantankerous
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    I love SKULLCANDY , buts this set of wireless earbuds needs lots of work . They keep disconnected you have to repair them each time to each other , when you put them back into the case or take them out they won't turn off or on.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Sound great.

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    Diazsa
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    pros: * phone calls sound great * music sounds good * fit snug in ear (different size ear tips) * ear peace is a good size * battery life is average. Cons: * the case is bulky * the case feels cheap

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Good sound

    Posted
    Rolo
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    This has to be one of the best sounding earbuds but The only thing I didn't like battery life is not good and you can't really answer or change songs by touching to earbuds

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Average

    Posted
    Shrub
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    I like the sound quality but a little bigger than I'm used to and not great for calls...

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend