Skullcandy Grind Wireless Review
May 10, 2016
COMMENTS

Better than expected.

I have had a great experience using the Skullcandy Grind, and it’s one of the company’s top audio products. The Skullcandy Grind Wireless now offers the same audio capabilities sans the wires, but is it any good? Let’s find out.

Much like the original Grind, the Skullcandy Grind Wireless comes with a metal headband that’s easily flexible and the added padding makes it very comfortable to wear. Even the ear cups, which are covered by a matte plastic finish, doesn’t feel cheap.

On the right side of the headphones you will find three physical buttons for the volume and playback button that is also used to answer calls. A built-in microphone lets you easily make call through it.

The Skullcandy Grind Wireless uses Bluetooth as a main point of connection, you can also use a wired connection with the included 3.5 mm audio cable. Additionally, a microUSB port is also present that acts as the main port for charging the headphones.


The charging and audio cable are the only accessories included with the Skullcandy Grind Wireless. We wished they’ve included a carrying case at least to transport the headphones since it is not foldable.

Setup is easy and hassle-free, and you simply need to put the headphones in pairing mode to connect it your device. I was able to easily connect it to my iOS and Android devices without any hiccups.

My music library usually consists of music that range from various genres – and the Skullcandy Grind Wireless managed to accurately play them with the best possible quality. Trebles are perfect, and bass is present and deep and it isn’t overwhelming.

Overall, I found myself listening to hours of music on the Skullcandy Grind Wireless. Its 349 AED price and features make it a decent choice for a wireless headphone. 

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Passionate for all things tech - you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of Blu-ray discs and occasionally plays on his Xbox.
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