Deal on Skullcandy Sesh Evo: list priced $49.99 is now for $35.05

We’re finally seeing true wireless earbuds that aren’t too expensive and aren’t too bad, but there’s still a lot of room for more. The Skullcandy Sesh Evo headphones stand out not so much because they are the best, but because there aren’t many other options. The earphones aren’t very resistant to water, but they have a powerful bass depth and a boosted, sculpted sound signature that low-end lovers will like.

They also have three EQ modes that can be switched on and off. But the best thing about this is the price. The Skullcandy Sesh Evo is a pair of truly wireless headphones that looks like the Skullcandy Sesh Truly Wireless, but is simpler. They aren’t too far away from your ear. They also come in black, blue, mint, and red, so you can find a colour that goes with your style.


  • Powerful audio performance with boosted bass and crisp highs
  • EQ modes for film, music, and podcasts
  • Affordable

The Skullcandy Sesh Evo aren’t too bad when it comes to comfort. They don’t go too far into your ear, and once you find the right size ear tips, they don’t put too much pressure on the inside of your ear canal. You should also know that using the multi-function button pushes the buds further into your ear, which can be annoying.

The buds themselves are also a bit big, and you might start to feel some pain in the outer ear area. The button mechanism is protected from dust and water by a membrane. This makes it harder to press the buttons. After some trial and error, we found that the easiest way to use them was to press a finger against the membrane and then press a little harder until it set off the mechanism.

It’s kind of like how you have to press the shutter button halfway to focus a camera. By today’s standards, the Sesh Evo’s battery life is a bit of a letdown. They can only play for five hours before they have to go back to the charging case. This is on the low end of the range. The charging case holds three full charges, for a total of 20 hours. This is also a few hours less than we would expect.

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The good news is that their quick-charge feature is great, giving back two hours of play time after only 10 minutes plugged in. So, while there are plenty of other models with longer battery life, the Sesh Evo will still get you through a full day unless you use them nonstop for more than five hours at a time.

John Brister
John Brister
John Brister is a writer for the Bollyinside, where he primarily focuses on providing coverage of reviews, news, and bargains. He is the one that is in charge of writing about all of the monitors, webcams, and gaming headsets that are deserving of your attention. On the other hand, his byline appears on postings about virtual reality (VR), computers, televisions (TVs), battery packs, and many other topics.


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