Skullcandy’s first wireless active active noise cancelling headphones launched in India at Rs 7,999

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Skullcandy has launched its latest wireless headphones in India priced at Rs 7,999. The all-new wireless headphones from the house of Skullcandy brings Active Noise-canceling technology to its segment in India. Dubbed as Method ANC, these new headphones bring the lightweight design to sub Rs 10,000 price segment. Let’s talk more about the features below. 

Skullcandy Method ANC – Features 

Equipped with ANC technology, these new wireless earphones will block noise and distractions. This will allow them to create their own space, which is much needed, especially if you’re living in a fast-paced city. Anywhere you go, these Skullcandy Method ANC headphones will block out the noise for your ears. 

Speaking of the features, the Method ANC comes with what and water-resistant rating (IPX4). With the FitFin gel, Skullcandy ensures adaptable and secure in-ear fit for any ear. Talking about the security, these headphones come with added security offering Tile tracker. It will allow users to locate the earbud. Further, the magnetic lock ensures the earbuds get secured on your neck while you’re wearing them and they are not in use. 

Coming to the battery life, the Method ANC comes with up to six hours of battery life. It offers Rapid Charge technology, which tends to provide two hours of playtime from just a 10-minute charge. The in-line remote makes all the media control features accessible on fingertips. It makes it easy and intuitive to interact with the connected device and the assistant featuring inside the device. 

What do you guys think of the new Skullcandy Method ANC headphones? Let us know in the comment section below.     


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