Skullcandy’s Sesh True Bluetooth in-ear wireless earbuds are a great cheap choice for both iPhone and Android users. They are not complicated to charge or match and are good for both men and women.
I realized that the sound of these headphones was extraordinarily good. Hitting the bass and depth of the sound was an unexpected surprise considering the price. I have three more pairs of Bluetooth wireless headphones in my ear and these are better than two of the three pairs, both more expensive than these.
The setting can be customized using the included headphones. I had to lower an average size size that seemed to be the default size on the pair I received. The initial setting was very good for noise cancellation (even at low volumes), but my ears hurt from the setting after less than 20 minutes. A little less noise reduction with smaller headphones, but definitely more comfortable for me.When I used the controls on the Sesh I found some discomfort in the ear at times because I needed to depress the headphones (click on it) and had to do it with a central touch. This wasn’t terrible, but I think users who often like to change volume settings, answer calls, or quickly advance to their favorite songs, may encounter this less than favorable issue.
Sesh’s gems didn’t stand out much from my ears and looked pretty flush, which I liked. This was better than most wireless gems I tried and seemed to help with noise cancellation as well.
Really wireless headphones
Wireless sound: pure and simple. These headphones not only do this without the wired connection to your smartphone or music source, but also cut the interconnected cable between the headphones, making them really wireless. Connect to your smartphone, tablet or other device via Bluetooth and enjoy wireless music, up to 10 meters away.
Overtime charging case
The ordered transport box also works as a power supply, as well as tripling the total playback time. Get three hours of headphone playback plus seven from the box, offering a total of 10 hours of playback, enough for longer trips.
Using 6mm controllers, the Skullcandy Sesh in-ear wireless earbuds delivers the deep, powerful sound, Skullcandy is famous for. The tight fit and closed back naturally make them noise cancellation, helping to keep the sound and background noise out.
Resistant to sweat, water and dust
IP55 to withstand sweat, water and dust, these headphones are ideal for active life on the go. Perfect in the gym or for running, Sesh True wireless headphones are in step with your life.
Free yourself from all cable with Skullcandy Sesh True wireless headphones.
When fully charged in the included case, in-ear Sesh headphones offer up to 3 hours of use. The box charges the headphones and with that capacity, has up to 10 hours of charging for Sesh headphones.
The headphones fit into the box so that they feel connected (it’s magnetic) and sit in the charger. When you close the magnetic cover of the charger there is a click indicating that it is magnetically closed and tightly closed. There are 4 LED lights that turn on on the front of the box when the box and headphones are fully charged and connected via USB to a power source. Those lights are spent when the box is disconnected.
Skullcandy Sesh in-ear wireless earbuds can be charged, if applicable via USB ports on computers, power banks and via a USB connection in your car. The cable included is very short, but you probably have compatible extras from other devices available, and if not, you can get a longer cable for less than five dollars.
I loved Sesh and can see where those who have never experienced wireless headphones would find the user experience out of the box much less intimidating than others. And since Sesh was created with that audience in mind, they should want the user manual to be a good supplement to the product. Unfortunately, this is where I think Skullcandy dropped the ball.
The user manual was immediately confusing to me and I am a tech geek who lives for these things! Fortunately, the Skullcandy website was very helpful as it provided video tutorials and more information than the sheet included. Skullcandy Help Center has a video tutorial that I highly recommend instead of the included Sesh User’s Guide. Photo: Skullcandy
Connection Type: Bluetooth® 5.0
Impedance: 16 Ohms ±15%
Driver Diameter: 6mm
THD: <3% at 1KHz
Sound Pressure Level: 99-105dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20KHz
Weight: 59.5g (earbuds and case); 106g (earbuds)