Skullcandy Grind Wireless review

7.7/10 AVG.
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  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless
  • Skullcandy Grind Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type On-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) -
Release date -
Size 13 x 15 cm (5.1 x 5.9 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Digit

Great audio quality

from Digit

The Skullcandy Grind Wireless look and feel quite nice, offer uncomplicated wireless playback and even sound quite nice. There is a good balance of warmth and sharpness to the audio, and despite a few compromises, it remains one of the better wireless headphones at this price.

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The Skullcandy Grind Wireless look and feel quite nice, offer uncomplicated wireless playback and even sound quite nice. There is a good balance of warmth and sharpness to the audio, and despite a few compromises, it remains one of the better wireless headphones at this price.

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RTINGS

Versatile and comfortable on-ear headphones

from RTINGS

They have an above-average sound, they're lightweight and surprisingly comfortable for an on-ear model. However, they're not as portable as some of the other on-ears we've tested, and they do not block a lot of noise so they won't be the ideal headphones for loud environments.

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They have an above-average sound, they're lightweight and surprisingly comfortable for an on-ear model. However, they're not as portable as some of the other on-ears we've tested, and they do not block a lot of noise so they won't be the ideal headphones for loud environments.

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The Wirecutter

The most comfortable

from The Wirecutter

If comfort is your top priority, the Skullcandy Grind Wireless is worth a listen. You can wear this pair for hours without a hint of pain, because the pillowy earpads practically eliminate pressure points. Additionally, the Grind Wireless features intuitive control buttons, a solid chassis, and 1...More

If comfort is your top priority, the Skullcandy Grind Wireless is worth a listen. You can wear this pair for hours without a hint of pain, because the pillowy earpads practically eliminate pressure points. Additionally, the Grind Wireless features intuitive control buttons, a solid chassis, and 12-plus hours of battery life (along with the ability to use these headphones while charging), which makes this set a great option for all-day use. The overall sound quality is also very good, but it has an extra bass boost that extends into the lower mid range, causing male vocals and guitar to be overpowered on bass-heavy songs.

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Expert Reviews

Grind for cable-cutters

from Expert Reviews

At around £30 more than the original Skullcandy Grind, it’s a worthy upgrade if you want to do away with the cable, but the Grind Wireless isn’t quite as fantastic value.

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At around £30 more than the original Skullcandy Grind, it’s a worthy upgrade if you want to do away with the cable, but the Grind Wireless isn’t quite as fantastic value.

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Sound Guys

A great deal if you're looking for a pair of Bluetooth on-ears

from Sound Guys

The Grind Wireless did a good job at changing my opinion of the company. They’re not an amazing pair of headphones by any means, but they’re definitely a solid pair of Bluetooth on-ears which is hard to come by. At the price of less than $100, it’s hard not to recommend the Grind Wireless.

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The Grind Wireless did a good job at changing my opinion of the company. They’re not an amazing pair of headphones by any means, but they’re definitely a solid pair of Bluetooth on-ears which is hard to come by. At the price of less than $100, it’s hard not to recommend the Grind Wireless.

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Good Housekeeping

Offer good performance with a mid-range price tag

Good Housekeeping

The Skullcandy Grind Wireless headphones fuse a stylish, trendy look with a comfortable design. Simple and straightforward to use, we like that the headphones have a 12 hour battery life, come with a cable that means you can still use them even if the battery runs out, and have controls on the he...More

The Skullcandy Grind Wireless headphones fuse a stylish, trendy look with a comfortable design. Simple and straightforward to use, we like that the headphones have a 12 hour battery life, come with a cable that means you can still use them even if the battery runs out, and have controls on the headphones so you can play, pause and skip tracks, as well as take calls. 

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Cnet

A top budget Bluetooth headphone contender

from Cnet

The Skullcandy Grind sounds surprisingly good for its modest price, is lightweight and comfortable to wear and has a remote/microphone built into the left earcup. Headband is made of metal instead of plastic.

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The Skullcandy Grind sounds surprisingly good for its modest price, is lightweight and comfortable to wear and has a remote/microphone built into the left earcup. Headband is made of metal instead of plastic.

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PC Magazine

High quality design and performance

from PC Magazine

Dollar-for-dollar, there aren't many Bluetooth headphone pairs that feel and sound as good as the Skullcandy Grind Wireless.

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Dollar-for-dollar, there aren't many Bluetooth headphone pairs that feel and sound as good as the Skullcandy Grind Wireless.

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