The market for wireless true wireless in-ear headphones has exploded in recent years. It has become correspondingly difficult to keep track of them all. The US manufacturer Skullcandy with the distinctive skull logo has been in the mix for quite some time now. We have taken the Skullcandy Indy ANC to the chest and reveal in our test, what distinguishes the Earbuds.
|Maximum operating range||10m (without obstacle)|
|Battery life||Up to 7 hrs, 29 hrs total with charging case; (varies depending on volume level and audio content)|
|Charging time||1 hr. (for charging case & headphones via USB-C)|
|Driver size||12 mm|
|Weight||76 g (charging case & earbud); 5 g per earbud|
Scope of delivery
The Skullcandy Indy ANC come in a black cardboard box complete with green and turquoise color accents. Upon opening, the cardboard box reveals a foam-padded plastic inlay where the charging case and earphones are presented.
Underneath is the obligatory Quick Start Guide and a small plastic bag containing additional silicone ear tips in sizes S and L, as well as another pair of inner earpieces (“EarWings”) in a smaller size and a USB-C cable. The packaging does not look particularly nice, which we have seen much better, especially in this price range beyond the 100 euro mark. But it is all about the inner values.