4 reasons to go wireless with Skullcandy’s Indy earbuds

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Technology is always evolving yet some of us are still tangled in the past. Maybe it’s time to upgrade. Here are 4 reasons to go wireless with Skullcandy’s Indy earbuds.

I don’t think I’ve ever considered upgrading from the stock earbuds that came with my phone. Nor has wireless ever appealed to me. That’s until I decided to get into shape and head to the gym. I got a bit sick of the wire getting in the way of my work out so I went to JB HI-FI to see what they had in store, and the Skullcandy Indy wireless earbuds caught my eye.

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The Indy delivers a seamless, untangled experience with quick pair and capacitive touch controls, while its form factor provides a noise isolating fit so you don’t miss a beat of its rich sound profile.

Are wireless earbuds worth it?

Wireless earbuds were something I didn’t know I needed until I got them, now I don’t think I can ever go back to using wired headphones or earbuds, at least not while commuting or working out. Here are 4 reasons to go wireless with Skullcandy’s Indy earbuds.

Tangle free

Tangle free wireless earbuds | Sausage Roll

There’s nothing like relaxing and listening to your favourite music. You can also do that with wireless earbuds, you just wont wake up in a tangled mess if you accidentally fall asleep. Cutting away the wire that connects your head to your phone is such a liberating feeling — it’s like being freed from the ball and chain.

More freedom

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Feeling liberated is an understatement. If you’ve got a big chunky phone like me, it sucks having it in your pockets when you go for a jog. It feels weird having the extra weight in your pocket, it kind of throws your balance off and you are always worried about it falling out. In addition to being completely wireless, the Skullcandy Indy wireless earbuds have a blue tooth range of 10 meters so you can easily leave your phone in your sports pack when jogging, gym bag when you are working out, or just on the kitchen counter when doing your chores.

Jeff Hutchings, Chief Product Officer at Skullcandy did say that the Indy gives the consumer whole new level of freedom when it comes to experiencing their personal soundtrack. He wasn’t kidding.

Stylish

Stylish and discreet wireless earbuds | Sausage Roll

There’s a running gag that people who still use wired earbuds are either dinosaurs or just really poor, maybe even both. Well, that’s exactly how I felt while sitting on a train with people using wireless earbuds on long commutes. I felt those judging eyes stare at me. Why would anyone in their right mind choose to wear wired earbuds. Apparently it is not fashionable to have to wires hang down from your ears and tuck into your jean pocket. The Skullcandy Indy wireless earbuds are sleek, stylish and discreet. They are also available in Black, and later in the year will be available in three colorways: Moab Red, Indigo Blue, and Mint.

Better sound

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I’ve got to admit, I’ve taken my phone for granted all this time. It is able to pump out lossless high-quality music, but all this time it got lost in translation with my stock earbuds. The difference in audio quality between the stock earbuds and the Skullcandy Indy wireless earbuds is night and day. The bass is deeper, the treble is smoother, and the over-all sound is a lot cleaner. I am learning to re-appreciate my old playlists because it feels like I am experiencing

For more information on the Skullcandy Indy wireless earbuds visit their official website.

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