Skullcandy Push True Wireless review

7.3/10 AVG.
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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date December 11, 2018
Size
Weight 54.2 grams
(1.91 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TechRadar

Skullcandy's signature sound, now available in truly wireless earbuds

from TechRadar

The Skullcandy Push serve up gobs of bass, but it’s uncontrolled and muddy. While usability and comfort are highlights, the headphones are simply average in terms of battery life, connection strength, and features. But if you want tons of bass at a low price, the Push are a solid choice.

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The Skullcandy Push serve up gobs of bass, but it’s uncontrolled and muddy. While usability and comfort are highlights, the headphones are simply average in terms of battery life, connection strength, and features. But if you want tons of bass at a low price, the Push are a solid choice.

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TechWeLike

Solid choice without the expensive price tag

from TechWeLike

I personally found that with the Skullcandy Push True Wireless Earbuds, I was able to listen to my music without sacrificing the quality of the sound. While the earbuds felt bulky at first, as soon as I put them on, I barely even realized they were on. I did feel the case was a bit bulky but no b...More

I personally found that with the Skullcandy Push True Wireless Earbuds, I was able to listen to my music without sacrificing the quality of the sound. While the earbuds felt bulky at first, as soon as I put them on, I barely even realized they were on. I did feel the case was a bit bulky but no bulkier than the other cases I’ve seen for galaxy buds, so this might just be nitpicky on my end. All in all, I definitely think these were a solid choice in earbuds without the extra expensive price tag that comes with the bigger names.

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KnowTechie

Mood rings for your ears

from KnowTechie

The Skullcandy Push Earbuds deliver music that you can feel, that inspire moods because they are effectively part of your head. They are inside you. The balance is near perfect and you do feel immersed in the music, regardless of sound depth. The one button controls are a handy touch, and while I...More

The Skullcandy Push Earbuds deliver music that you can feel, that inspire moods because they are effectively part of your head. They are inside you. The balance is near perfect and you do feel immersed in the music, regardless of sound depth. The one button controls are a handy touch, and while I have my regular issues with Bluetooth itself, the Push Earbuds delivered my music to my brain within reasonable expectations. For the price point, they are a solid choice from a brand that has never let me down and knows how much music means to us.

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NDTV

Powerful bass, good looks

from NDTV

Skullcandy is a popular name in the consumer space, and its first truly wireless earphones are a good effort that stay true to Skullcandy's positioning, offering good looks and lots of bass. The charging case is the biggest weakness here, barely keeping the earbuds in place and only offering a s...More

Skullcandy is a popular name in the consumer space, and its first truly wireless earphones are a good effort that stay true to Skullcandy's positioning, offering good looks and lots of bass. The charging case is the biggest weakness here, barely keeping the earbuds in place and only offering a single additional charge. Furthermore, the lack of support for the aptX Bluetooth codec makes for a sound that lacks openness and depth. If you like your bass heavy and punchy, you'll be pleased with what the Skullcandy Push has to offer.

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Fossbytes

A costly delight for bass lovers

from Fossbytes

Push are the first true wireless earbuds from Skullcandy. These are excellent for those who like bass heavy music. Apart from being waterproof, these come with secure FitFin to keep them in place in ear and the wingtips also make these comfortable. Skullcandy Push offer 6 hours of battery life and an additional 6 hours through the case.

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Push are the first true wireless earbuds from Skullcandy. These are excellent for those who like bass heavy music. Apart from being waterproof, these come with secure FitFin to keep them in place in ear and the wingtips also make these comfortable. Skullcandy Push offer 6 hours of battery life and an additional 6 hours through the case.

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Sound Guys

Push through the bad and you'll find some good

from Sound Guys

While the Skullcandy Push might not be the nicest pair of 'buds on the market, they nail some of the most important aspects of a good pair of 'buds including battery life and fit.

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While the Skullcandy Push might not be the nicest pair of 'buds on the market, they nail some of the most important aspects of a good pair of 'buds including battery life and fit.

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Headphone Review

Decent sound quality, interesting design

from Headphone Review

The Skullcandy Push true wireless headphones are a pretty solid true wireless option. They offer a decent design and sound pretty good, and while they’re not the most comfortable headphones out there, it’s not so bad as to be a deal-breaker.

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The Skullcandy Push true wireless headphones are a pretty solid true wireless option. They offer a decent design and sound pretty good, and while they’re not the most comfortable headphones out there, it’s not so bad as to be a deal-breaker.

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Forbes

A truly wireless option for bass lovers

If you’re looking for comfortable, bass-heavy truly wireless in-ears to get your heart pumping at the gym or on a run, then the Skullcandy Push are a great choice. Their latency is too high for watching TV or gaming, and their sound might not be neutral enough for critical listening, but they h...More

If you’re looking for comfortable, bass-heavy truly wireless in-ears to get your heart pumping at the gym or on a run, then the Skullcandy Push are a great choice. Their latency is too high for watching TV or gaming, and their sound might not be neutral enough for critical listening, but they have a lightweight and breathable fit that is great for working out. Not everyone finds in-ear headphones comfortable for long periods of time, but their angled design is surprisingly nonintrusive, all while isolating a decent amount of sound.

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RTINGS

Decent mixed usage truly wireless headphones

Decent for mixed usage. These truly wireless headphones are great for sports thanks to their portable and stable design, but their sound quality is for fans of bass and might not be ideal for critical listeners. Their in-ear fit won’t be the most comfortable for some, which might not be ideal f...More

Decent for mixed usage. These truly wireless headphones are great for sports thanks to their portable and stable design, but their sound quality is for fans of bass and might not be ideal for critical listeners. Their in-ear fit won’t be the most comfortable for some, which might not be ideal for the office or long flights, and they only have one additional charge from the case. They also have very high latency which won’t be suitable for TV and gaming.

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