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 Skullcandy Indy Evo – Final words

Skullcandy Indy Evo review: true wireless in-ear earbuds and is a great choice for sports and fitness with IP55 (sweat, water, and dust) resistance. The Indy Evo is a very secure fit with 3-sizes of ear tips. You can use either earbud and also able to full function control.

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Skullcandy Indy Evo

3EQ modes, IP55 water resistance rating, full media control on each earbud, battery life: 6 hours (single charge)/30 hours with charging case


The Skullcandy Indy EVO is fine TWS earbuds that perform identically to the Skull Candy Indy Fuel. They are portable, sturdy, and feature a control scheme that packs functionality into a small surface area. That said, they have power at least just 3hrs on a single charge, which might be a little frustrating for the person with long commuters, while their sound performance is lacking in-adaptability due to their deeply underemphasized treble. For more details let’s jump into the Skullcandy Indy EVO Review:

Skullcandy Indy Evo Review – Design and Comfort fit

Skullcandy Indy Evo review

They are aesthetically the same as the Skull Candy Indy EVO Fuel. They are conventional-looking TWS buds with a stalk design that does not poke too far out of your ears. Skullcandy Indy EVO buds are made of matte plastic.

If you are not a fan of their stem-like design, you’d also consider the Skullcandy Sesh Evo, which a more traditional in-ear appearance. The build quality is decent, they employ a dense matte plastic build that should not attract fingerprints or be damaged by small bumps. They are also rated IP55 water and dust resistant, though this is not something we test for.

The case feels solid, though it’d be noted that the lid does not shut if the earbuds are not precisely situated in their charging cradles. There is a touch of the Apple Air Pods to the Indy EVO but, rather than relying on 1-size fits all, they use silicon tips and stabilizer ear gels to achieve a decent fit.

The combination worked efficiently for me – once, in place, the buds never come loose, even during a workout. They are comfortable for the most part, too, though I did experience slight ear fatigue in my right ear during long listening sessions.

There is not Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) but the snugness of the fit gives passive noise canceling capable of cutting out a sufficient amount of external voice or sound.

Skullcandy Evo Indy Review – Sound Performance

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When using the default EQ Music function, the Skull Candy Indy EVO true wireless bud’s sound performance is somewhat dark. They have an accurate bass response, but fans of hip hop and EDM might want a slightly more thump and rumble.

Unfortunately, their massive underemphasized treble mutes a lot of finer and to-the-point details and make them ill-suited for further delicate genres like classical and jazz. It is worth noting that these earbuds feature 3 built-in EQ modes to superior and better suit different content – Music, which is the default setting, Podcast, and Movie.

The earbuds have amazing bass accuracy. it is flat across the range and very nicely reproduced, meaning that music should have solid punch and body without any overwhelming delicate instrumentals or vocals.

The Skullcandy Indy EVO buds provide impressively accurate mid. Vocals, as well as lead instruments, should be mostly absent from clutter. That said, an expanded dip across the high-mid and mid-mid range them toward the back of the mix and little dulls their finer edges.

How Call Quality Skullcandy Indy Evo Do?

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For phone calls, they work just fine. There’re no additional features just as ANC, but the microphone and passive noise isolation worked capably enough to make sure good voice on both sides of the call for me. Touch controls of the earbuds work well, and it is possible to control volume, calls, playback, your voice assistant, sound mode and equalizer presets all from the buds directly through simple and easy gestures. Equalizers adjustment is an interesting feature with 3 modes (as I mentioned before), Music, Podcast, and Movie – with the sound specifically set up for every use case.

Indy Evo Cheap Wireless Earbuds – Battery & Playtime

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The earbuds have average battery performance. The battery lasts nearly 5 hours and 40 minutes, which is nearly 6hrs Skull Candy Advertises in their promotional content. That said, the case does yield an extra 4 charges, which should be enough to get you through your daily needs. It also charges the earbuds quickly, with a 15 minutes charge providing roughly 2.5hrs of playback for our test unit which makes them cheap wireless earbuds. You can also listen to 1 bud while other recharges in the charging case.

Compare Skullcandy Indy Evo to Other True Wireless Earbuds

Skullcandy Indy Evo Vs Skullcandy Sesh Evo Vs Earfun Air Pro Vs Libratone Track Air Vs Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

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SkullCandy Indy Evo

Specs: fit-type: in-ear, dimension: 7.28″ x 4.61″ x 1.38″, weight: 1.8 ounces, driver diameter: 6mm, frequency response: 20 – 20 kHz, impedance: 32 ohms±15%, total harmonic distortion (THD): <3% at 1KHz, sound pressure level (SPL): 99-105dB, Bluetooth 5.0
Features: true wireless in-ear, playtime: 6-hours (earbuds)/30-hours (with charging case), quick charge, equalizer: 3-EQ mode (music/movie/podcast), IP rating: IP55 sweat & water & dust resistant, full media control each bud and use either bud, ambient mode


Skullcandy Sesh Evo Review

Skullcandy Sesh Evo

Specs: fit-type: in-ear, dimension: 7.28″ x 4.21″ x 1.54″, weight: 63.5g, driver diameter: 6mm, frequency response: 20 – 20 kHz, impedance: 32 ohms, total harmonic distortion (THD): <3% at 1KHz, SPL (sound pressure level): 99 – 105dB, Bluetooth 5.0
Features: true wireless in-ear, playtime: 5-hours (earbuds)/ 24-hours (with charge case), use either bud solo, 3-EQ mode selectable (music/movie/podcast), built-in tile technology, IP rating: IP55 sweat & water & dust resistance


EarFun Air Pro TW302 reviewEarFun Air Pro TW302 Active Noise-Canceling 

Specs: dimension: 2″ x 1.5″ x 2.5″, weight: 9.6 ounces, driver diameter: 10mm dynamic driver,
Features: hybrid active noise canceling, crystal clear and hand-free calls, 6 mics ENC (environment noise cancellation), playtime: 7-hours ANC on/9-hours ANC off, total playtime: 32-hours (with charging case), intuitive tap control, smart play/pause with sensor detection (pause auto when taking off and resume when putting it back), single-mode, transparent mode, ultra-soft, 3 sizes of ear tips (S/M/L) included, waterproof rating: IPX5, voice assistant: Siri/google assistant


Libratone-Track Air review

Libratone Track Air

Specs: in-ear, dimension: 6.88″ x 5.82″ x 2.32″, weight: 0.2 ounces (one earbud)/10.5 ounces (with case), chipset: Qualcomm QCC3026, battery life: 8 hours(single charge)/32 hours (total with charging case)
Features: true wireless earbuds, noise isolation, Bluetooth 5.0, Bluetooth range: 33 feet, snug fit: 3 different sizes of tips provided, crystal clear sound with CVC 8.0 noise-canceling, audio codec: aptX/ACC, sweat-resistant: IPX4, customizable tab controls, use independently (mono & stereo mode)


Sennheiser Momentum true wireless 2

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

Specs: in-ear, dimension: 6.69″ x 4.53″ x 1.77″, weight: 12g(2 earbuds)/48g (charge case), Bluetooth 5.1, Bluetooth profile: A2DP/AVRCP/HSP/ HFP, support code: SBC/AAC/aptX™, charging type: USB-C, full charge time: 1.5 hours, frequency response: 5 – 21kHz, THD: <0,08% (1kHz / 94dB)
Features: true wireless, active noise-canceling, ergonomic & lightweight design, sound: natural mids/clear & detailed treble/deep bass, playtime: 7 hours (earbuds)/28 hours (with charging case), customizable touch-control, voice assistant: Google assistant/Siri/Alexa, splash-resistant: IPX4, aptX, quick charge: 15 minutes get 1.5 hours, app: Sennheiser Smart Control app for iOS™ and Android™, warranty: 2 years


Skullcandy Indy Evo Review With Pros & Cons


  • Excellent controls
  • Looks good, a very secure fit
  • Tile tracking
  • Refined bass
  • value for the money
  • decent battery life


  • No wireless charging support
  • Some users find connectivity issues with Android smartphones
  • Not very detailed
  • No ANC

Skullcandy Indy EVO Review – Final Verdicts

After full the Skullcandy Indy EVO review, I found buds a very good choice for fitness and sports. They are solid enough to cope with a couple of bumps and drops and do a fine job of staying in your ears, even during moderately intense workouts. While the touch controls scheme takes some getting used to, it lets you make several adjustments without having to pull your mobile out and disrupt your rhythm.

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Skullcandy Indy Evo review
Skullcandy Indy Evo:
3EQ modes, IP55 water resistance rating, full media control on each earbud
Battery life: 6 hours (single charge)/30 hours with charging case


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