Skullcandy has revealed an Apple AirPods competitor with the Indy. Skullcandy has managed to pack a lot of features in an $80 package, including a charging case. The Indy's design definitely look like AirPods, but the buds look more ike normal earbuds. The company also installed a removable fin-like "stability gel" to help everything stay in place. The Indy is also IP55 rated for sweat, water and dirt resistance. Skullcandy says you can expect up to 4 hours of battery life on the buds alone, with the included charging case with enough power for 3 additional charges (16 hours total). There are also touch controls for taking calls, changing tracks and adjusting volume.