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    Skullcandy Crusher Wireless review: Comfortable to wear, delivers incredible 35 hour battery life


    The Crusher Wireless is an over-the-ear style Bluetooth headphone.

    Skullcandy Crusher Wireless
    Rating: ***
    Price: Rs 12,999

    At a concert, movie theatre, club or live performance, you don’t just hear the sound — you ‘feel’ it too. The vibrations add to the overall experience of being there. That’s exactly what Skullcandy is trying to recreate with the Crusher. It’s not the first of its kind but Skullcandy is the only company that’s doing this kind of thing.

    The Crusher Wireless is an over-the-ear style Bluetooth headphone that offers an ‘immersive bass experience’ with powerful haptic feedback. Play some music and you will ‘feel’ the bass when it drops.

    Apart from the 40mm acoustic driver, there is an additional 30mm crusher driver. You can adjust the amount of bass it creates with a slider. Turned up all the way, it’s a powerful vibration that literally shakes your head and eyeglasses (if you’re wearing them).

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    Skullcandy Crusher Wireless

    The problem is, the novelty wears off pretty fast and fatigue sets in. We found that we couldn’t keep the vibrations on for more than 30 minutes at a stretch. With the vibration component removed, it sounds decent but you can also do better for the price.

    Luckily, they boast of an incredible 35 hour battery life and are very comfortable to wear. The box includes the headphones, a micro USB cable, AUX cable (for wired mode) and a travel bag.

    If you feel the price is a tad high, not to worry. Online price currently hovers around Rs 9,500 at the moment. If you’re after higher sound quality at around the same price, we’d recommend Sennheiser’s HD 4.40 BT (Rs 7,500).

    From Earphones To Tyres: Here's What PV Sindhu Is Endorsing

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    The Rising Star Of Endorsements!

    Olympic 2016 silver medallist P.V. Sindhu made India proud last month when she become the first Indian to win gold at the badminton World Championships in Basel, Switzerland.

    The 24-year-old shuttler has bagged the first-ever Asian Games silver medal for India in the women’s singles badminton event of the Asiad 2018. She also won her third medal in the women's singles final of the World Badminton Championships at Glasgow, and became the first Indian to win Korea Super Series Title.

    The badminton player also featured in the Forbes 2019 World’s Highest-Paid Female Athletes list last month.

    However, off the court, the sportswoman has scored well when it comes to brand endorsements and deals.

    Here are all the brands she has endorsed till date.

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