Eargels (S, M, L)
Micro-USB Charging Cable
User & 2-Year Warranty Guide
“So easy to use, and so comfortable, I don’t need any other earbuds anymore.”
Krista N., San Diego
“The replacement policy takes all the fear out of going completely wireless.”
Cinthya L., NYC
The sesh has amazing bass and clarity with a unique sound signature that is overall perfectly balanced.
I am really enjoying them so far, sound is great, easy to use and affordable. The only thing is that it makes my ear itchy from time to time but goes away, I look forward to getting more skull candy products in the future
At 69.99CAD and about $40 on sale, these are really cheap compared to other true wireless earbuds. There are some corners cut, but I still think they're more than worth it.
My main problems with them are build quality and specifically material. I don't know what kind of coating the put on the inside but it's not really rough or anything it's just kind of grippy. I don't know what it is but it's weird on the fingers. The outside of the case feels pretty good but the outermost costing scraps off really easy. Like you will not notice it at all unless you shine it in the light, but I scrapped off a bit with the charging cord, then thought it was just a bit of dirt left there and scrapped a bit more off with my fingernail by accident. Even wiping it too hard with a microfibre cloth wiped some off To be clear, the colour stays on fine, it's just that there's a very thin outer layer and it seems like it comes off really easy. The earbuds themselves feel really good for some reason, like they kind of feel cheap but I like it it works for their looks and design (which is actually pretty good). The case could also be smaller, I don't like having it in my pocket at the size it is. The case won't stay open on its own, if you tip it the case will close, but the lid and the spots where you put the earbuds are magnetised which feels really good and makes it feels a bit more quality. So the case could be smaller and feel less cheap, but the earbuds look good and feel pretty good.
Comfort wise I give them a thumbs up. They stay in really great for my ears (although they don't look like they would), and I use the normal eartips that come standard on them, but they do come with a larger and smaller size of you need it. They don't jam far into my ears, don't itch, and don't hurt. They done really good with the comfort and it pleasantly surprised me.
Battery life is a bit lacking. The earbuds stay charged for 3 hours and the case has 9 hours in it I think, totalling up to 12. Other earbuds have more, but personally I'm not gonna be using them that much, I prefer headphones. They take a long time to charge however, I think around 1 or 2 hours for the earbuds or the case, so they don't feature any rapid charging.
Sound is actually really good, especially for their price. I like bass, and these have a good amount of it, but the mids and highs still come across pretty good. One thing that I find is with hard rock and metal cheap earbuds and headphones usually fall apart because of all the instruments. They usually just get mushed together and all your hear is unpleasant symbol crashes and vocals with all the rest of the instruments nearly inaudible. With these I don't have that. The bass is pretty good, and it can handle hard rock without sounding like garbage. I know I haven't sold the sound that well for these, but it's actually pretty good. Reviewers on YouTube have said it's like they took the bass off the Indy's and the mids and highs on the Push and combined them, so it seems other people would agree that these handle all ranges pretty good.
They only have micro USB charging which kind of sucks because it looks cheap and out of date, and they also don't support AAC, Aptx or anything like that as far as I know, but these are things you would probably figure in the first place.
Overall, for the price I think they're really great. Pretty good sound, really good comfort, and on the flipside a cheap and bulky case and low battery life. If I was specifically looking for budget earbuds I wouldn't mind getting them for full price but I would feel better getting them on sale for $40 or $50 instead. No matter what, they're still better than Airpods 1 or 2. If you want the best earbuds, I would suggest Seinheisser Momentum's for sound quality and Airpods Pro for everything else. Galaxy Buds seem alright too
perfect man I love these best purchase ever
I give 5 star for the sound. But it sucks when I remove the bud it’s painful.
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