Skullcandy Push Ultra True Wireless review

8/10 AVG.
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  • Skullcandy Push Ultra True Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date May 23, 2020
Size
Weight 139.5 grams
(4.92 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Coach Mag

While cheaper than many truly wireless rivals, these headphones still fail to impress

from Coach Mag

The Push Ultra buds are an OK set of sports headphones but won’t wow anyone with their sound quality, and the fit is odd, feeling a little insecure despite the ear hook. They are reasonably cheap for truly wireless buds, but there are still better-value options.

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The Push Ultra buds are an OK set of sports headphones but won’t wow anyone with their sound quality, and the fit is odd, feeling a little insecure despite the ear hook. They are reasonably cheap for truly wireless buds, but there are still better-value options.

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Gearbrain

These $100 over-the-ear wireless earbuds have great sound and can work solo too

from Gearbrain

The ability to use them as solo earbuds though is a big plus, as are the Tile trackers to help you locate one of them should they disappear on a run, in your home or even under your desk. The need to re-connect the earbuds to Bluetooth occasionally is something to note. But the Push Ultra are a s...More

The ability to use them as solo earbuds though is a big plus, as are the Tile trackers to help you locate one of them should they disappear on a run, in your home or even under your desk. The need to re-connect the earbuds to Bluetooth occasionally is something to note. But the Push Ultra are a solid price, waterproof and worth considering if you're in the market for a budget pair of earbuds.

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G Style Magazine

Impressive battery life

from G Style Magazine

This year’s 2020 “Push” has welcome features such as Tile, wireless charging and a humongous battery life. Its rubberized build feels durable and can handle various weather conditions. I do miss the “Push” of 2019 as I felt the ear canal fit was tighter and the case while big was not this huge and cumbersome.

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This year’s 2020 “Push” has welcome features such as Tile, wireless charging and a humongous battery life. Its rubberized build feels durable and can handle various weather conditions. I do miss the “Push” of 2019 as I felt the ear canal fit was tighter and the case while big was not this huge and cumbersome.

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