A wireless, collarless design that lets you move freely. Top-shelf durability and battery life to go the distance. And several smart features that make sure you never lose them. Meet the Skullcandy Method Active Wireless Sport Earbuds, your new workout partner.
Within the box, you get the headset, ear tips and a micro USB cable. There’s no USB-C, but there is a 10-minute Rapid Charge which gives you 2 hours of playtime.
The cord is a little longer than other earbuds, and they include a cord sleeve. This will bunch up the cable for you, and tidy up any slack. When the buds are in your ears, the FitFin™ ear gels hold them comfortably in place. Take a break and magnets in the back of each bud let you wear them around your neck.
If you ever lose them, worry not. There is a built-in Tile® Tracker that helps you find them fast.
The mids and highs are crisp and clear, while the lows are balanced. This was noticeable on songs like Happy Talk and Peace Sells. Instruments and voices are easy to distinguish, with the bass and treble perfectly tuned.
These feature the magnet pause feature. Once you take them out of your ears and clip them together the song will pause. This worked fine, but for me, the issue was in regards to when they pop off each other by accident. This can mean that music will just start playing randomly.
Bluetooth was easy to set up, holding the power button will set it to pairing mode. You can then select the earphones from your device. They use Bluetooth 5.0 which makes for a stable connection.
The battery is around 10 hours on a single charge. Without anything in the way, I was able to get around 25ft away, with the music still playing.
Call quality is great, with me hearing and people hearing me perfectly. Even in a strong wind, I was still able to speak without any issues.
Overall, the Skullcandy Method Active Wireless Sport Earbuds are light, comfortable, and have a great sound profile.
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