SkullCandy India recently sent us their most current, entry-level TWS item – the Skullcandy Sesh Evo for review. Having extensively used them for well over 2 weeks, here are my thoughts on the Sesh Evo.
✓ Good Build quality
✓ High on bass
✓ Tile tracking function
✓ Decent battery life
✕ Competition has equivalent or better offerings
✕ Button positioning can trigger discomfort occasionally
The charging dock of the Skullcandy Sesh Evo/ © NextPit.
When you open the case are the two bright LED signs, the very first thing you discover. Both the earbuds instantly enter into pairing mode when you take them out of the case for the very first time. If you have already completed the pairing process previously, the buds.
The Charging Case/ © NextPit.
Skullcandy items are known for providing tight, punchy bass, and the Sesh Evo definitely provides on this front. You can, however, use a graphic equalizer to rein things in. The Sesh Evo also comes with its own set of pre-programmed sound modes that can be conjured up by pressing the button four times.
To evaluate the sound stage of the Sesh Evo, I played my favorite track, Hunter by Bjork. The peculiarity of this track is the constant drum beats that recede across the right and left channels through practically the whole duration of the song. The Sesh Evo did handle to replicate the track to my satisfaction. The soundstage might have been a bit larger – but I did understand the restrictions of a small TWS with a 6mm chauffeur. Overall, the Sesh Evo does use good efficiency for the money you shell out for the item.
The Skullcandy Sesh Evo declares a battery life of 24 hours – a considerable enhancement over its predecessor. Along with the charging case, the earbuds can easily last you a week with regular usage.
The Skullcandy logo is unmissable!/ © NextPit.
The Skullcandy Sesh Evo takes place to be IP55 rated for security from water and dust. This is a fantastic function to have, especially if you are someone who is exposed to dust and happen to sweat a lot throughout workouts. Keep in mind that you can not take these with you into the swimming pool!
Left and right earbuds
Two sets of extra eartips
The retail product packaging and the charging dock of the Sesh Evo/ © NextPit.
I did not thoroughly utilize the Sesh Evo for calls, but the voice reception was good, and the individual at the other end had the ability to hear me quite well. The Sesh Evo definitely isnt the finest in the sector as far as call quality goes. Another thing that I noticed was the effect that my jaw movement (while speaking on the phone) had on the earbuds. In my case, since it was a tight fit, the Sesh Evo did not fall off. This problem, nevertheless, isnt unique to the.
The Sesh Evo is small and can be a tight fit at times/ © NextPit.
An intriguing function addition to the Skullcandy Sesh Evo is support for the Tile app. With this function, you can quickly search and locate your earbuds in case you have the tendency to misplace them. The Sesh Evo, possibly, is the only TWS to provide this function.
The charging case, while not the most ergonomic one to bring around, feels pretty well constructed and has a good weight to it– adding to the total feel. The case likewise includes four small LEDs to indicate the charging status.
The earbuds and the charging case seem to be made of identical products, thereby giving a more cohesive feel to the whole setup. The Skullcandy logo takes pride of place on the sides of the earbuds (that likewise acts as a button for quick controls). The product is readily available in two more colour variants: Peached Blue and Pure Mint.
and pesters most other TWS
The Skullcandy Sesh Evo prospers its predecessor from 2019 – the original Skullcandy Sesh. The new Sesh Evo, for that reason, looks exactly similar to its older sibling.
connect to your phone. The preliminary setup procedure is self-explanatory and easy.
Calling and audio efficiency.
As anticipated of an entry-level TWS, what you get inside the retail package of the Skullcandy Sesh Evo is quite basic.
The default ear ideas that the Sesh Evo came connected to fit my ears completely, and I did not wind up utilizing the additional ear suggestions offered in package. While I did experience numerous grievances about the earbuds dropping off during extreme workout or activity, in my case, they handled to stay put. It did, nevertheless, took me a while to get them perfectly aligned with the contours of my ears.
As already described in the design and construct area, the whole flat external panel of Sesh Evo earbuds functions as a button. While its nice to have these buttons, for almost every function you can carry out with them, you need to press tough versus your ears – which is not something really comfy. In fact, the majority of people will definitely find this rather agonizing.
Skullcandy Sesh Evo: Should you be buying this?
The Skullcandy Sesh Evo/ © NextPit.
There is no rejecting that the Skullcandy Sesh Evo is a competent product. While it is slightly on the pricier side, it does feature the useful Tile app performance that makes it rather distinct. If you like your music, though, there are a number of contending products in its rate sector that now provide equivalent or much better performance. In India, where we evaluated this product, there are a number of contending TWS earbuds that appear as great alternatives. These consist of the Oppo Enco W31, the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2, the Redmi Earbuds S, and the Realme Earbuds Q. Another item that provides practically equivalent efficiency is the Noise Shots X5 Pro. In other places, there are several excellent quality TWS offerings for the EUR 60 mark that it retails in Europe. The India price, for recommendation, is Rs 4,499 (EUR 53).
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SkullCandy India just recently sent us their most current, entry-level TWS product – the Skullcandy Sesh Evo for evaluation. The Skullcandy Sesh Evo prospers its predecessor from 2019 – the initial Skullcandy Sesh. An interesting function addition to the Skullcandy Sesh Evo is assistance for the Tile app. Skullcandy items are known for using tight, punchy bass, and the Sesh Evo certainly provides on this front. There is no rejecting that the Skullcandy Sesh Evo is a proficient item.