With the Indy, Skullcandy wants to compete in the AirPods… For 80 euros

The success almost unexpected of AirPods has definitely made small. So much so that many brands have decided to take the bandwagon and offering their version of the thing, the prices are often more attractive than those of the firm of Cupertino.

Unlike these, the Skullcandy Indy offer a design, in-ear, which offers a better fit. Thanks to the three atria in the gel (or the pair of ear flaps gum), you will be able to adapt to your anatomy, which is not the case of the AirPods, which do not hold well in some ear shapes.

Like many others, they have touch controls, but the brand has been certified IP55, which means that you can largely do sports with, or use them in the rain (fine). They operate through a connection in Bluetooth 5.0 and their speakers of 6 mm provide a good frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz.

They are delivered in a carrying case and a micro USB cable to recharge them. The brand announces up to 16 hours of battery life thanks to the case. We can therefore expect to listen to about 4 hours of music before having to store them.

They are available in a black, rather discreet, for a price of 80 euros. A price much more aggressive than the competitor that it seeks, even if the recent AirDots Pro we have also seduced, and cost 20 euro less (as an import). The propagation models take advantage of the customer. And it is so much better.