WIRELESS COMFORT WITH STYLE.

Smokin’ Buds 2 Wireless

$59.99
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
7 hours of Battery Life 7 hours of Battery Life
Removable Flex Collar Removable Flex Collar
Comfortable Design Comfortable Design
Microphone Microphone
Call, Track and Volume Control Call, Track and Volume Control
Only Skullcandy headphones are custom-tuned to deliver music you can feel. From the lyrics in your soul to the bass in your bones.
We spend hundreds of hours designing, testing and perfecting every Skullcandy product in our Park City, Utah headquarters. But our engineers aren’t your typical corporate lab-coat-wearing technicians. They’re people who love music. They live for adventure. And they know what it’s like to work on the go. Probably a lot like you.

We spend hundreds of hours designing, testing and perfecting every Skullcandy product in our Park City, Utah headquarters. But our engineers aren’t your typical corporate lab-coat-wearing technicians. They’re people who love music. They live for adventure. And they know what it’s like to work on the go. Probably a lot like you.

We spend hundreds of hours designing, testing and perfecting every Skullcandy product in our Park City, Utah headquarters. But our engineers aren’t your typical corporate lab-coat-wearing technicians. They’re people who love music. They live for adventure. And they know what it’s like to work on the go. Probably a lot like you.
What's Included
Smokin' Buds 2 Wireless Earbuds
Ear Gels (S, M)
Micro USB to USB charging cable
User Guide
2 Year Warranty Guide
Tech Specs
Weight: 30g
Connection Type: Bluetooth®
Impedance: 16 Ohms
Driver Diameter: 9.2mm
THD: <3%@1KHz
Sound Pressure Level: 95 dB (1mW/500Hz) (92.2)
Frequency Response: 20kHz - 20Hz
Headphone Type: In-Ear
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  • 4

    Best Ear Plugs

    Giving it a 4 star becuz they way it&#039;s built this can easily fall off your neck when not listening to mysic, but I like how the light is displayed on the back not the front.
    The Bass and how loud this little guy can go is astonishing. I have the Shrapnel Speakers and the Method earplugs as well. Im a Skull candy fanboy, and going for the Indy Wireless soon.

    Cyrus Crowder, May 13th 2019

  • 2

    Dead

    I&#039;ve had my smoking buds for about 2 years now and only use them once in a while now yesterday I was using them and they died now they wont charge or anything just up and done

    Kalob, May 13th 2019

  • 5

    Best wireless Buds

    They are very comfortable, good quality and priced just right.

    David, Apr 30th 2019

  • 2

    Smoking buds 2

    Second pair on warranty. Both dead sticks. Faulty power. Same timeline for each set. Don’t know if I’m gonna get what I need.

    Daldos Carr, Apr 19th 2019

  • 3

    Not bad...but...

    I have had my Smokin’ Buds for around 6 months. I have to say, that is pretty impressive because a problem I’ve had with Skullcandy in the past has been how quickly and spontaneously they crap out and die. That hasn’t happened with these yet, so that’s a plus. Another plus is the sound. I’m impressed with their clarity and depth. My music and podcasts always sound great with these! I also find that they are decent at noise-cancelling and also that they fit well in-ear and are comfortable to wear for a longer period than most. That is, if the battery lasts that long.
    That’s right, we come now to the sinful aspects of these earbuds, of which there are many. First is the battery life. I listen to music whenever I am walking, and as a student, I’m walking between classes a lot. As you can imagine, there is nothing worse than when the little beeps go off in the middle of my song, indicating that the battery is nearly depleted. It seems like I just charged it! In the big picture, I probably have to charge every 3 days. It just doesn’t seem long enough. Another problem I have been having is with the Bluetooth connectivity. There has been a couple times where I have disconnected my buds from my phone and connected them to my laptop. This I can do without problems. But when I try to reconnect to my phone, chaos ensues! It will say it’s connected but no sound will come out, it will disconnect randomly, it will pause and resume music on its own, etc. The only solution is to completely disconnect them, and then reconnect them as if it was my first time pairing them. Also with the Bluetooth, it’s weak and it’s range is sub-par. Even if I wear a pair of jeans that are made of thicker denim than average, or if I have a jacket on that covers my pocket where my phone is, or if I put my hand in my pocket with my phone, my buds’ Bluetooth connection gets really weak and my music gets spotty like I’m trying to listen to the radio on a highway in the middle of nowhere. It really doesn’t take much. The last issue I have is that the plastic part that is supposed to rest on the back of your neck, doesn’t stay around your neck. Unless I’m wearing a collared shirt, it tends to slip off my neck and my buds just hang there by my ears like the straps they make for sunglasses for people who river raft.
    With all of these annoying things, the redeeming factor is the sound. But sometimes I wonder if that’s enough.
    I’d love to try the Push wireless, but I’m afraid to spend that much money for them to end up having similar battery and Bluetooth connectivity issues.

    Kason F, Apr 9th 2019

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