- Skullcandy has launched TWS earbuds Spoke in India.
- Spoke has been launched for Rs 7999 in India but as a part of an introductory offer, the TWS earbuds are available for Rs 2999.
- Spoke comes with some of the important audio features and controls such as call, track and volume control, active assistant, EQ modes.
Skullcandy has launched TWS earbuds Spoke in India. The US-based audio company has launched the Spoke for Rs 7999 in India but as a part of an introductory offer, the TWS earbuds are available for Rs 2999. The earbuds are available for purchase on the official website of Skullcandy.
The TWS earbuds market is brimming with choices in every budget and Skullycandy with Spoke, targets the mid-range segment. The earbuds are priced at Rs 7999 but if you manage to buy it before the introductory offer ends, you will be able to get it for Rs 2999.
At Rs 2999, Spoke comes with some of the important audio features and controls such as call, track and volume control, active assistant, EQ modes, and use either solo bud feature in it.
Talking about the India launch of the product, Amlan Bhattacharjya, CEO, Brand Eyes, Official Distributor of Skullcandy in India said, "We're excited to be bringing this all-new true wireless earbud to our consumers. For those looking at wearing true wireless earbuds at an affordable price from Skullcandy, Spoke is it. We've packed it with all the essential, must-have features, and we can't wait for people to start listening without anything holding them back."
Skullcandy Spoke specs and features
Skullcandy features some important features such as active assistant, EQ modes. It comes with a touch-sensitive panel that lets users control volume, change songs simply by tapping on the rear of the earbuds.
Spoke comes IPX4 rating which makes it sweat and water-resistant and has a comfortable, noise isolating fit. The company claims that the Spoke comes with more than 14 hours of battery life.
Another interesting feature that the Spoke has, it allows users to use either bud solo, dual microphones for calls, auto on, and easy connectivity. This means you can only use one bud for calls if you wish to
Skullcandy had earlier unveiled Indy Evo earbuds that are available in the market for Rs 5,999. We at India Today got a chance to review it and here is what we felt about it: These earbuds are stylish, fit perfectly inside your ears, and have the cool tracking feature but that is not enough to spend your Rs 4,999. You do not have active noise cancellation on these earbuds. And if I do not fixate over this gripe, the sound is just average. You should get the Skullcandy Indy Evo earbuds only if you prefer their design, and value perfect fitting, but otherwise, it is better to skip them.