Ink'd Wireless features a low-profile flex collar and claims to offer 7-hour battery life.
Skullcandy has announced the launch of a Bluetooth enabled wireless headphone called Ink'd. The wireless headphones has a price tag of Rs 3,999 and as per Skullcandy it is available in all leading retail stores.
"Our wireless product innovations were well-received in 2015. Ink'd Wireless will continue our mission to launch headphone in style that change consumers' expectations of Bluetooth product's aesthetics and acoustic performance," said Amlan Bhattacharjya, founder and CEO of Brandeyes Distributors Pvt. Ltd, announcing the launch of Skullcandy Ink'd in India. Brandeyes is the distributor of Skullcandy products in India.
Ink'd Wireless features a low-profile flex collar and claims to offer 7-hour battery life. It has a range of 30 meters. Moreover, the headphone has built in mic and remote featuring call, track and volume controller. It has 10 mm drivers and comes with in-ear design.
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