Skullcandy does not require any introduction. They have been around the stereo headphone market for years now. Their budget-friendly True Wireless Stereo (TWS) buds are now one of the top sellers in the market. And they have decided to amp their lineup by collaborating with Budweiser.
According to the Chief Marketing Officer of Skullcandy, Jessica Klodnicki, “Skullcandy and Budweiser believe in the full-senders, the deep-track listeners and those that don’t just live life but embrace it – this collaboration is for them.” She further added, “We thought it was only fitting to design some of our true wireless fan favorites with Budweiser’s iconic stylings. The result is a drop that will make you want to crack open a cold one, enjoy responsibly and turn up the volume.”
And the limited edition lineup does look visually appealing. That said, the lineup includes all of the fan favorites. Firstly, we have the Crusher Evo, which is a TWS headphone. Boasting 40 hours of total run time, it features adjustable sensory bass along with the Persona Sound feature that the Skullcandy App offers. It also sports a collapsible design and flat-folding design.
Next, there is the Indy EVO. These TWS buds boast an IP55 rating, making them a perfect pick for athletes and gym-goers. Other than that limited edition design, they can offer up to 30 hours of run time and sports rapid charge technology. There are multiple EQ modes present as well. And it boasts the well-known Tile Technology.
Then, there is the Sesh EVO. Another TWS offers up to 24 hours of total battery life. Also, it has a rapid charging capability and an IP55 rating. There are multiple EQ modes and a built-in Tile Technology, just like the Indy EVO.
Finally, the lineup will carry the Dime. The last set of TWS of the lineup will provide up to 12 hours of run time. These feature a full suite of media controls right on the buds, and you will have the option to use any of the buds on their own. Combined with a noise-isolating fit and IPX4 rating, these TWS offers an excellent overall value for the money.
Now, you might be wondering that the specs did not see any change at all. And you would be entirely correct! The collab did not change the overall performance or the tech inside the audio accessories. Instead, the changes are primarily visuals. The unique aesthetic craftsmanship is what is driving this partnership.
You will still be getting the same performance and audio experience that these offered in the first place. But the overall aesthetics will surely draw eyes to your ears. So, if you were waiting to get one of these, now is probably the best time!
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