Priced at Rs 5,999, the Skullcandy Indy Evo is part of the highly competitive mid-range price segment in the true wireless earphones category. So should you buy these earphones? If you’re buying these earphones with the primary purpose of listening to your prized audio collection, then you’d be better off going with the Creative Outlier Air which just costs 1K more. However, if you’re looking for a feature-rich pair of earphones, with good battery life and solid build quality and fit, then these earphones may just be a good choice for you.
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The successors to American audio company, Skullcandy’s, original Indy true wireless earbuds which released in 2019, the Skullcandy Indy Evo come with improved battery life, Ambient Sound, IP55 rating, and some other improvements. Priced at Rs 5,999, the earphones enter the competitive mid-range, under 10K price segment with options such as the Creative Outlier Air, JBL Tune 125TWS and Sony WF-XB700. However, the Skullcandy Indy Evo does sport a cheaper price tag than the three other options we mentioned. On paper, these earphones are possibly also the most appealing since they come packing a sizable number of high-end features.
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