The Skullcandy Uproar Wireless III is simple yet excellent when it comes to sound quality. You can hover over the controls through its built-in microphone and remote. It also allows you to adjust the call, volume, and manage your playlist.
These wireless headphones have one of the simplest design in the industry. They’ve constructed it with matte plastic that’s reliable and durable. The earpads are soft, comfortable and provide a passive noise cancellation. Plus, the Skullcandy Uproar Wireless III are lightweight.
You can wear the Skullcandy Uproar Wireless III with comfortability due to how they’ve constructed the headband.
The on-ear designed, leather-covered ear pads sit well on the ears. Its soft cushions make it comfortable to wear for an extended period. Though it still holds on to your head, it can sometimes fall off your head.
You can use them while gliding with your skateboard, but not when you’re doing difficult tricks.
They’ve designed these wireless headphones to be easily used. Setting it up is quite easy. You just need to turn the wireless headphones on, and it quickly searches for a device to pair up with. After it pairs with a device, it automatically connects to it the next time you’d use it.
You can utilize the power button for playing and pausing tracks. Use the volume button for skipping or going back to other tracks. You can find all of these buttons on the right ear cup.
The lifespan of its battery for every one full charge is 10 hours. If you crank up its volume for an extended period, it’ll last for 9 hours or less. You can maximize the battery life if you’d use it at a lower volume.
Though they seem cheaper than other wireless headphones, they still offer pleasurable highs and a bass that sounds full but bearable. These headphones are made to give you a solid music experience minus the luxury. You won’t find anything close to a pair of wireless headphones with this price!
I got mine for only 30 dollars on the Black Friday shop. They sound great, and the controls are very easy to use. When it comes to sound quality, it isn’t that amazing. But it can still compete with other wireless headphones.
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