Skullcandy announced today a series of four new wireless headphones which include the Bluetooth tracking technology from Tile. The Push Ultra ($99.99), Indy Evo ($79.99), Indy Fuel ($99.99), and Sesh Evo ($59.99) are included in the new wireless earphones line.
The Push Ultra headphones are one of the more expensive Skullcandy headphones launching today, featuring 40 hours battery life, a wireless charging case, IP67 sweat and water resistance, and a Powerbeats Pro-like over-ear hook design. Each earbud includes controls on playback and volume, and the ear-hooks are moldable to better fit your ears.
Skullcandy has built each earbud for each model of the new headphones to act as an individual Tile, allowing users to individually find the left or right earbud if they are lost. Skullcandy users will have access to some Tile Premium features, including extended location history and smart alerts.
Additionally, the Skullcandy headphones can be found when they are inside their charging cases, which Apple’s AirPods can not do with. Apple offers its own solution to lose AirPods with the “Find My” app, which can locate a pair of lost AirPods if they get lost together in a nearby location outside of the charging case.
The Skullcandy headphones can be found on the company website, starting at $59.99.
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