Skullcandy Sesh review

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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 September 18, 2019
Size
Weight 106 grams
(3.74 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Modern Accessory Review

Super affordable

from Modern Accessory Review

The SkullCandy Sesh will definitely be a good option for those of you who just want a casual pair of earbuds to get the job done with a very affordable price tag. But, for those of you who are willing to spend more money for something better like the AirPod Pros, and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus....More

The SkullCandy Sesh will definitely be a good option for those of you who just want a casual pair of earbuds to get the job done with a very affordable price tag. But, for those of you who are willing to spend more money for something better like the AirPod Pros, and the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. then those are two great options that I know you will be pleased with. Overall, I was very surprised we could get this much in a pair of earbuds that only cost $60. 

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Headphonecheck.com

Inexpensive true wireless in-ears with powerful sound

from Headphonecheck.com

If you are looking for completely wireless in-ears with bass affinity that sound good and are not expensive, you should take a closer look at Skullcandy’s Sesh. Their compact package is not designed for long journeys, as the headphones have a charging time that restricts mobility. In everyday u...More

If you are looking for completely wireless in-ears with bass affinity that sound good and are not expensive, you should take a closer look at Skullcandy’s Sesh. Their compact package is not designed for long journeys, as the headphones have a charging time that restricts mobility. In everyday use, however, you can benefit from a stable, comfortable fit and convenient wireless function, especially as these Bluetooth headphones are sweat-, water- and dust-resistant.

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The Wirecutter

The best budget wireless earbuds

from The Wirecutter

If you want completely wireless earbuds but are spooked by high price tags, the Sesh is an affordable option that sounds good and offers a lost-earbud exchange program.

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If you want completely wireless earbuds but are spooked by high price tags, the Sesh is an affordable option that sounds good and offers a lost-earbud exchange program.

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RTINGS

Good price to performance ratio

from RTINGS

The Skullcandy Sesh are decent mixed usage headphones. Their sound reproduction is decently well-balanced, though it's quite bass-heavy. They're decently comfortable and isolate noise well, meaning they may be a good option to use during your daily commute or in the office to block out background...More

The Skullcandy Sesh are decent mixed usage headphones. Their sound reproduction is decently well-balanced, though it's quite bass-heavy. They're decently comfortable and isolate noise well, meaning they may be a good option to use during your daily commute or in the office to block out background chatter. Unfortunately, their battery is disappointing, with under 4 hours from a single charge and only two additional charges from the case. They are also very portable thanks to their truly wireless design, and have a stable and breathable fit, making them a good option for the gym.

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India Today

Bass-heavy earbuds made extremely affordable

from India Today

 I liked using the Skullcandy Sesh despite its fair share of issues. The Sesh is meant for those who, a) prefer a bassy performance over everything else, and b) are considering something affordable. Even for those who don't like a bass-heavy profile, the Sesh can be good enough if you play aroun...More

 I liked using the Skullcandy Sesh despite its fair share of issues. The Sesh is meant for those who, a) prefer a bassy performance over everything else, and b) are considering something affordable. Even for those who don't like a bass-heavy profile, the Sesh can be good enough if you play around with the equalizer a bit. The Sesh also impresses with its battery life and you can be assured that your weekend trips won't require you to charge your earbuds separately.

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GSMArena

Can be a good second pair of earphones that you want only for workouts

from GSMArena

Overall, the Skullcandy Sesh are a decent pair of wireless earbuds for $60. They have decent sound quality, are comfortable and can be used for workouts with their sweat and dust resistant design. Unfortunately, the short battery life means they can't really be your one pair that you can use all the time.

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Overall, the Skullcandy Sesh are a decent pair of wireless earbuds for $60. They have decent sound quality, are comfortable and can be used for workouts with their sweat and dust resistant design. Unfortunately, the short battery life means they can't really be your one pair that you can use all the time.

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Gizbot

Good audio but bulky design

from Gizbot

The Sesh is amongst the most affordable truly wireless earbuds by Skullcandy. Thankfully, the company has not compromised on the audio quality in order to reduce the cost. It isn't the best looking pair, but is extremely comfortable and can be worn at a stretch without any discomfort. What you wi...More

The Sesh is amongst the most affordable truly wireless earbuds by Skullcandy. Thankfully, the company has not compromised on the audio quality in order to reduce the cost. It isn't the best looking pair, but is extremely comfortable and can be worn at a stretch without any discomfort. What you will like here are the comfortable snug-fit design and rich audio. But, the bulky case is what you need to compromise with. This is a good buy in the affordable truly wireless earphones segment.

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Headphones Addict

Cheap true wireless earbuds with monster volume but flawed performance

Headphones Addict

For the price you pay, you can’t get perfect true wireless earphones, but the Skullcandy Sesh are enjoyable in the right ways while randomly reminding you, you bought a cheap pair of headphones.

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For the price you pay, you can’t get perfect true wireless earphones, but the Skullcandy Sesh are enjoyable in the right ways while randomly reminding you, you bought a cheap pair of headphones.

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TechWeLike

Good audio but battery is Lacking

from TechWeLike

The Skullcandy Sesh earbuds have great sound quality, good durability, decent comfort, and poor battery life. But for getting true wireless earbuds at $44.99 at retail, it may be an understandable trade off.

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The Skullcandy Sesh earbuds have great sound quality, good durability, decent comfort, and poor battery life. But for getting true wireless earbuds at $44.99 at retail, it may be an understandable trade off.

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The Gadgeteer

Sound that is similar to other Skullcandy products

from The Gadgeteer

I am quite impressed with the overall performance of the Sesh earbuds when taking into account their price. They have enough features to make them a good value and not so expensive that I worry excessively about damaging one or losing it while working outside.

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I am quite impressed with the overall performance of the Sesh earbuds when taking into account their price. They have enough features to make them a good value and not so expensive that I worry excessively about damaging one or losing it while working outside.

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