Skullcandy Push Truly Wireless Earbuds


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. Skullcandy is known for its bold colours and designs and that’s no different with the Push. The headphones come in Gray Day, Bold Tangerine, and Psychotropical Tea. While the paint looks good, the headphones and case feel cheap and plasticky. The lid also isn’t spring loaded so you’ll have to manually pry them open. The news here, however, is that you’d be happy to see that USB-C charging is available on the case, allowing for faster charging and compatibility with today’s smartphone cables. These headphones have an extremely warm sound signature with bass overwhelming everything else – vocals and highs are buried under a mountain of messy, bloated bass. In terms of battery life, the Skullcandy’s battery life is a mixed bag. While it’s impressive that the earbuds themselves last up to six hours, the case only offers an additional six hours. Other headphones like the Amps Air 2.0 offer a ridiculous 45 hours of combined battery life and its case isn’t much bigger than the Push’s.