Skullcandy Ink'd Wireless headphones launched at Rs. 3,999

By Press Release | Updated 26 Jul 2016
Skullcandy Ink'd Wireless headphones launched at Rs. 3,999
  • The headphones feature a low-profile collar and the company says that it offers a seven-hour battery life

Skullcandy has launched its Ink’d Wireless headphones in India at Rs. 3,999. The headphones connect via Bluetooth and feature a low-profile flex collar. Further, the company says that it offers a seven-hour battery life. The Skullcandy Ink’d Wireless will be available in all leading retail stores.

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Skullcandy®, the performance and lifestyle audio brand founded at the intersection of innovation and creative culture continues to expand the brands signature designs to the wireless category. Skullcandy® has added Bluetooth® functionality to some of the brand's best-selling wired products, well recognized for audio quality, comfort and style.

“Our wireless product innovations were well-received in 2015. Ink’d® Wireless will continue our mission to launch headphone in style that change consumers' expectations of Bluetooth® product's aesthetics and acoustic performance.” says Amlan Bhattacharjya, founder and CEO of Brandeyes Distributors Pvt. Ltd.

Ink’d® Wireless, a Bluetooth upgrade to Ink’d, one of the best-selling earbuds in the world, will feature a comfortable low-profile flex collar and competitive 7-hour battery life. Ink’d Wireless will join the in-ear line-up of the wireless range alongside the Smokin’ Buds 2® Wireless.

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With this addition, Skullcandy continues to build one of the most diverse and best performing wireless lines in the marketplace.

Skullcandy Ink’d® Wireless is available in all leading retail stores and is priced at Rs.3,999/-.

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