Skullcandy update their earbuds range with Tile tracking functionality

With Tile tracking, solid battery life and water resistance, Skullcandy’s four new pairs of truely wireless earbuds, range from $60 – $100, catering to everyone’s needs.

Many headphones and earbuds have a ‘find’ feature, allowing you to play a loud sound or displaying the location of your phone when last paired. AirPods for example have tracking functionality via the “Find My” app. They must be out of their case in order to connect and play a sound.

Tile tracking allows each earbud to be found even when they’re off or in their case. Activating ‘Lost Mode’ means should another Tile user enter the proximity of your earbuds, you’ll be sent the location. Alongside their own small trackers, Tile work with a number of brands to include Tile’s tech into gadgets and bags. Partners include HP, Intel, Google, Amazon, and headphone brands Bose and Sennheiser. Skullcandy’s implementation seems to be the first in earbuds.

All four new buds come in a range of colours, have six hours of battery life out of the case, rapidly charge and adjustable EQ settings.

  • Push Ultra – $99.99
  • Moldable ear hooks
  • Physical controls
  • IP67 sweat/water/dust resistance
  • 34 additional hours of battery in case
  • Wireless charging

  • Indy Fuel – $99.99
  • Protruding steam
  • Touch controls
  • IP55 sweat/water/dust resistance
  • 24 additional hours of battery in case
  • Wireless charging

  • Indy Evo – $79.99
  • Protruding steam
  • Touch controls
  • IP55 sweat/water/dust resistance
  • 24 additional hours of battery in case

  • Sesh Evo – $59.99
  • Subtle design
  • IP55 sweat/water/dust resistance
  • 18 additional hours of battery in case
  • Wireless charging

If you’re after a solid pair or over-ear headphones from Skullcandy with Tile tracking, click here.

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