JBL Glide 120 Metal Wireless Earphones

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JBL Glide 120 Metal Wireless Earphones

1,399.00

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JBL Tune 120TWS Bluetooth Headset (Yellow, True Wireless)

This JBL Glide 120 Metal in-Ear Wireless Earphones is a product available at Rs.499 on amazon.in at the lowest price. The product brand is JBL
MRP: Rs.499
Category: Electronics 

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JBL Glide 120 Metal in-Ear Wireless Earphones Features


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Price History of JBL Glide 120 Metal in-Ear Wireless Earphones

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Current Price Rs. 135 24/01/2022
Highest Price Rs. 135 26/12/2021
Lowest Price Rs. 135 26/12/2021
Since 26/12/2021

Last price changes

Rs. 135 26/12/2021

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Specification: JBL Glide 120 Metal Wireless Earphones

Brand

Headphones Form Factor

Model Name

Wave BT Earphones

Item Weight (g)

95.3

Product Dimensions

11.3 x 11.2 x 4.2 cm

Item model number

FB-SP-002-BLK

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Model

FB-SP-002-BLK

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Batteries Required

No

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3.4 out of 5 stars1,317 customer ratings

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  1. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  2. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  3. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  4. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  5. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  6. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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  7. Rahul Malviya

    Sound is very crystal clear.Bass was also great.but when i switched deep bass mode and volume more than increase 80%,bass rupture and tear.And sound like fad-fad disturbing and unpleasant.

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  8. vivek

    Excellent working condition. I don’t believe this very reasonable and I recommend

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  9. Lokesh.g

    Mic volume very low when we talk to others, I ordered 4 items one is fine rest of three same issues, this is making customers as fools, the seller not maintaining qualified engineers to renewed items. This will be effected to Amazon also.Audio is very good, but not for calls. All microphone low voice giving to others.

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  10. Venu 1234

    It is one word say to Amezing best experience sound quality very good and perfect ear fitIt’s budget Bluetooth earphones price is very good

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  11. Vishal k.

    I was searching for this typ of wireless earp. Since long time.. my main purpose was call clearity and i am a gamer so for pubg also.this earphone is superbhh in this price segment .. very comfortable . Great audio and connectivity experience.. without any sound lag on game or call.. i m very happy. u should try once.. only fear is how long it will work coz it is a new product in market so i m little bit afraid well lets see.. overall u can go for it without fear

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  12. abhishek

    Nice product, easy comfort grip, sound quality is good, i got for 799 in lightning deal..amazing product at this price range ..bluetooth seamless connectivity ..

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  13. Ashutosh Parida

    No doubt it has a great bass and to a great extent noise cancellation and decent sound clarity and mindblowing battery but the following dissapointed me though i tried a lot to adjust.1.Bluetooth range not more than 10m2. Pain in ear due the conical buds(can be removed)3. Wires are a bit long which makes it odd in front.4. No pouch provided.5. Worst part is very low quality and distoring mic. Other person keeps complaining about my voice.

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  14. Amazon Customer

    This earphones are unreliable, i bought it before 15 days meanwhile right side ear buds got cracked automatically and it got divided in two parts, and sound quality is also not that much good but ok, one more thing bass is not good as it is a boat earphones.Guys,Also for the proof i have attached picsPlease see and think before buying​ this unreliable product.Thanks.

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  15. Mrinal

    i bought itfor 999,I purchased it second time, gifted first one to brother. This is really good.Sound quality is really good.You can connect 2 devices at a time.I connect laptop and mobile both.when listening muaic on Lappy, if u get a call, it switches to mobile,this switch between device is not good but again in this price its awesome.Battery stand by is 36 hours for me, and i have used it continously for 8 hours in one go. So Battery life is pretty awesome.Comfortable on ear.

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  16. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  17. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  18. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  19. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  20. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  21. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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  22. vivek

    Excellent working condition. I don’t believe this very reasonable and I recommend

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  23. Rahul Malviya

    Sound is very crystal clear.Bass was also great.but when i switched deep bass mode and volume more than increase 80%,bass rupture and tear.And sound like fad-fad disturbing and unpleasant.

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  24. Lokesh.g

    Mic volume very low when we talk to others, I ordered 4 items one is fine rest of three same issues, this is making customers as fools, the seller not maintaining qualified engineers to renewed items. This will be effected to Amazon also.Audio is very good, but not for calls. All microphone low voice giving to others.

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  25. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  26. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  27. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  28. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  29. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  30. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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  31. vivek

    Excellent working condition. I don’t believe this very reasonable and I recommend

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  32. Rahul Malviya

    Sound is very crystal clear.Bass was also great.but when i switched deep bass mode and volume more than increase 80%,bass rupture and tear.And sound like fad-fad disturbing and unpleasant.

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  33. Lokesh.g

    Mic volume very low when we talk to others, I ordered 4 items one is fine rest of three same issues, this is making customers as fools, the seller not maintaining qualified engineers to renewed items. This will be effected to Amazon also.Audio is very good, but not for calls. All microphone low voice giving to others.

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  34. Venu 1234

    It is one word say to Amezing best experience sound quality very good and perfect ear fitIt’s budget Bluetooth earphones price is very good

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  35. Vishal k.

    I was searching for this typ of wireless earp. Since long time.. my main purpose was call clearity and i am a gamer so for pubg also.this earphone is superbhh in this price segment .. very comfortable . Great audio and connectivity experience.. without any sound lag on game or call.. i m very happy. u should try once.. only fear is how long it will work coz it is a new product in market so i m little bit afraid well lets see.. overall u can go for it without fear

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  36. abhishek

    Nice product, easy comfort grip, sound quality is good, i got for 799 in lightning deal..amazing product at this price range ..bluetooth seamless connectivity ..

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  37. Amazon Customer

    Pathetic piece of earphones, the mic did not work at all during the calls. I restarted my phone and reconnected it multiple times. Also the left side earbuds have a continuous hissing noise which is audible during playback of music also.I have ordered a replacement to see if the problem was in this specific unit or others as well.

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  38. Gourav

    The clarity and bass is at par with the best at this price range. Better than oneplus z headphones. OPPO seriously makes one of the best products in smartphone market.

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  39. Amazon Customer

    The sound is amazing.The LDAC with Hi res audio certification justifies the amazing sound.The comfort and pairing is also really good.All in all it is a really good product for the given price. A product at this price from oppo is really a surprise.Sound – 5/5Pairing – 5/5Comfort – 5/5Charging and battery – 4.7/5

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  40. v prashanth reddy

    Pros : Crossbeats URBAN is compact and lightnice sound for musicAdorable case for charging budsRain and sweat proofBattery stands for 2 1/2 to 3 hoursCons : Touch controls has limited functionality : play/pause/track change / Siri or Google /call lift reject and most importantly NO VOLUME CONTROL but shown in their website crossbeats.inBuds are good but it won’t fit all ears irrespective of all size silicon tips , not Everytime but it does slip few times -could have included ear fins , athletes find something elsecalls are clear only if surroundings are quiet ,did face issues with mic. It got only 1 MIC on left side .CONCLUSION: Well this Bluetooth earphones doesn’t have good call clarity and no volume control and slips few times …. Actually URBAN has to get 2 stars since it is make in India gave it 3 stars …. Hope they update the software or make new product with such features

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  41. klaus

    first the pros:-1- the earbuds are fantastic,value for money,slim looking and fits perfectly in ears2-the sound quality gets even better and the bass is just perfect3- the costumer service is beyond perfect,they reply soom and will guide you step by step without getting tired of same question repeatedly.time for cons:-1- the upper cover of the case which closes looks cheap,it moves a but horizontally and feels like it could get broken in few slips2- you can’t see the led of earbuds outside the cover so when the bud is charging,you have to constantly open the cover to check it.3- the magnet of the cover could have been 20-30% more stronger….it will open and earbuds will fly out in casual slip of the cover

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  42. Amit Tiwari

    These bug sized ear buds are a true relief after a long time search of something that can fit into your helmets, serving you with your playlist for long-long rides!!Battery back-up is fantastic and is performing as claimed!!You can buy this product directly from the Manufacturer at a lower price (unless you are getting any deals through amazon or your credit cards)I own a Bose Sound Sport and the comparison would be kill (since the segment and usability for me are totally different); but still, for readers benefits, here it goes (just for a relative view and purely based on my personal usage)Versatility – 9/10 (against Bose 7/10)Helmet fit – 10/10 (against Bose 4/10)Noise Cancellation – 7/10 (against Bose 9/10)Weight – 10/10 (against Bose 7/10)Bass – 6/10 (against Bose 10/10)Depth and sound quality – 7/10 (against Bose 9/10)Price value for money – 10/10 (against 10/10)

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  43. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  44. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  45. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  46. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  47. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  48. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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  49. surya.k

    This not seems like a jbl head set as if a non brand head set we buy products from amazon for the quality but this earphones quality is like a road side 30rs headset

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  50. SSM

    I lost my earphone after one month of usage. It would be better if JBL provide tracking of earphone w/ them like phone finder on Android smartphones. Quality of earphone material is best and also sound quality too.

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  51. Vishnu Sree

    Good one

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  52. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  53. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  54. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  55. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  56. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  57. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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  58. surya.k

    This not seems like a jbl head set as if a non brand head set we buy products from amazon for the quality but this earphones quality is like a road side 30rs headset

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  59. SSM

    I lost my earphone after one month of usage. It would be better if JBL provide tracking of earphone w/ them like phone finder on Android smartphones. Quality of earphone material is best and also sound quality too.

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  60. Vishnu Sree

    Good one

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  61. Captain Retail

     Was looking for a good neckband for my brother in-law who hits the gym quite often and sweats a lot, and I wanted something within a budget too. Having used the Infinity model, I decided to but Wings Glide neckband and got this for Rs.1199.The package was neat and simple and inside the box there were 2 pairs of replaceable earbuds, instruction manual and micro-USB cable for charging the neckband.I bought the blue coloured neckband and I received an Aug 2019 manufactured one so I got the latest batch.——————–🎧 FEATURES——————–◾ IPX7 rating. So the band is sweat and splash proof. The USB charging port is closed by a rubberized flap which prevents sweat or water from entering inside.◾ Built-in subwoofer as per the pack for extra bass.◾ HD microphone for better call clarity. I found the performance similar to the one in the Infinity model.◾ Battery capacity is 100mah.◾ Wire length adjuster for different fits. Though it works I felt a crevice was given like the one in the Infinity model so when the wire is shortened it sticks inside the neckband body. But now it’ just a small loop that is used for adjusting.◾ 3 buttons in left side of neckband for volume up, volume down and a round button that is for play/pause, accepting calls and for activating phone assistant like Alexa, Siri, etc.◾ Small led light that glows blue while connecting and red while charging or on low charge, so it was easy for me to identify when the battery is low.———————🗓️ MY USAGE———————፨ The bass was great on this earphone in my perspective. Though there was some misses on the lows and lacking a bit on treble, this earphone seems to tuned and targeted for sport activities which needs a good bass to push more. The bass is not like the ones I get from a wired over ear headphones but the bass is very good for a Bluetooth earphone.፨ Initially I thought I didn’t sound as expected but after changing a bigger sized buds, it sounded a lot better.፨ The Bluetooth connectivity range impressed me a lot and there was no disconnections when I moved 35 feet away from my phone and the walls didn’t stop me either. The Bluetooth versions is 4.2. I was also able to connect the neckband from 2 devices.፨ The whole neckband is ultra-light weight and flexible that I almost forgot that I was wearing one around my neck.፨ I tried this neckband took an approximate note of the time I used. I was able to get 7 hours of playtime and charging took approximately 2.5 hours. But its battery backup depends on the volume and I kept the neckband volume at 90% and kept 80% on my phone, so I found there was a difference of +/- 30minutes on different days.፨ The neckband is not shiny and there is no metallic elements, so sweat and water didn’t affect. But in my view the neckband didn’t look as stylish as other models, though gives a tough sporty looks.፨ The earphones are magnetic and sticks to each other. The earphone on the ear looks much better than the neckband body in my opinion.፨ Taking phone calls very clear using this Glide earphones. The person on the other end of my call was able to hear my voice clearly. But I found that volume of the incoming ringtone was a bit low but call sounded very good. There is no active cancellation but uses CVC6.0 passive noise cancellation.————————-💖 WHAT I LIKED————————-◾ Good Bass, no distortion at full volume◾ Matte finish to a certain extent and nice sporty look◾ Bluetooth range◾ Call clarity————————————————-♻️ WHAT I FELT CAN BE IMPROVED————————————————-◾ The wire length adjuster and wire starting point could have been designed better◾ There is no voice prompts or vibrations for incoming calls, could have been implemented——————-🍱 OVERALL——————-In my perspective this Wings Glide is an excellent neckband earphone when considering the sound quality while playing music, quality in calls and the price. Best budget neckband in my opinion. 🥇

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  62. Nilesh Chaudhari

    Great experience…… awesome sounds quality …… noise reduction …….very much comfortable in ears ……. awesome build quality …… stylish look that makes it different from other brand ……. happy ….. thanks Amazon for the deal ….. purchased in just 999……😃

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  63. Gaming Warrior

    Nice product,Good bass…

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  64. Ramprasad

    This is my third Bluetooth neckband, I own a House of Marley, a Realme Bud and this one. A brief comparison on some key parameters and a short review of this one.Battery: The Realme does standout, lasts much longer than the other two, charging too is quite fast, the Infinity Glide came fully charged and dropped to 80% with about 60 minutes of usage, at this rate I guess it may last for just about 5-6 hours at the most. Charging is reasonably fast.Comfort: This is pretty light and comfortable, the wires connecting the buds are not as stiff as the realme ones, the original earbuds fit perfectly and caused no pain or discomfort, the band round the neck too is comfortable, better than the Realme and the House of Marley. All three come with extra pairs of buds. Fits well and does not pop out while jogging or walking, the same holds for the other two devices compared as well.Sound quality: The house of Marley was good while it lasted, alas, the Right bud stopped working after two years. The Realme too is good, though I found the highs missing in a few popular songs. The Infinity Glide is just about ok, the bass is present, but I found the highs missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes differ. House of Marley was the best followed by the Realme, this one would just be ok for me. Both the Realme and the Glide had no noticeable lag when playing videos.Features: The Realme feature of connecting and disconnecting using the magnetic buds was awesome, no such feature exists in Glide. The Glide though has a small cover to close the USB charging slot, the Realme has no such cover. The Glide has a BT 5.0, while the others don’t, I found the connection strong even with a wall in between. The Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons cumbersome and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this I found to be seamless in Realme. The track change is a long press in the Glide, needs time to get used to this as I ended up increasing the volume several times while changing the track. The Glide is supposed to be splash-proof, though I have not tried this.Call quality: Realme beats the other two hands down on this. House of Marley was the worst. If one uses the earphone for calling as a primary purpose, the Realme should be a better option.Looks and Feel: Realme looks premium, followed by the Marley earphone. The Glide has the infinity symbol on the buds flat outer surface, while the Realme does not even sport a logo. I would put Realme on top of the list.Durability: The House of Marley earphones lasted just about two years, the Realme is about three months old, and going strong, need to see how long the Infinity Glide lasts.Verdict: If the difference of 500Rs between the Realme and the Glide is not very significant, I would recommend the Realme. But if 500Rs is a big difference, then the Glide is pretty functional, decent sound and comfort, my only concern would be the battery, 5-6 hours is all that I think it could give on first use, while the Realme gave me 8 hours easily on one charge. I guess the disconnect feature while not in use comes in handy for the Realme.

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  65. Rosy

    Best product in this range …finally bought this after testing all other similar products like : Realme buds, Sony and OnePlus bullets…bcz quality music is all that I craze for!!I could feel the difference in the sound quality maintained by this product from Infinity..Besides its neckband is very much comfortable and easy to fold and carry anywhere. I have also used it with laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.

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  66. Pravinraj Seeniraj Nadar

    Was a bit skeptical while thinking of buying this since there were not much review online and purchased by seeing just 2 reviews one on amazon and one on youtube and rest by seeing the specs of 12mm driver and EQ mode ,Also this is my first bluetooth earphones purchased and have used sennheiser wired one beforeNow about the earphones1- The plastic quality is good,2- Sound Quality which is the main highlight is much better in my opinion then my friends boat wireless and I am highly satisfied to use it switching from my wired sennheiser because the sound quality for me is not much different and if its about base then this device is much stronger in deep base mode.3- for new users you might feel the volume – button to not feel tacktile compared to Volume+, its because of lower surface area for the Vol- button which is not a problem.4 – comes with 1 year warranty and would like to see how long lasting this device would be for me ..5 – This review I have wrote after using for few minutes of delivery and listening to Li Nas X – Old town Road , Denzel Curry- Ultimate and also will update the review if I find something wrong.

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  67. Mihir Karmokar

    This is my first wireless earphones (Wire Type) which I bought thinking of JBL. But I was surprised when I actually started to use it. This is my honest opinion on the product.Here are some Pros and Cons,Pros:1. Bluetooth 5.02. Tangle-free wires3. Decent Bass and Vocals4. Good Microphone5. Battery Life more than 6hrs on 70% volume6. Deep Bass Mode for Bass lovers7. Magnetic EarphonesCons:1. Bluetooth 5.0 but cannot connect to multiple devices.2. The deep Bass mode is just a joke. turning it on just rattles the earphones and gives absolutely rubbish sound in 80% or more volume for many devices.3. Double-clicking the function button does not change the music track.4. Not Stable on the neck like the actual neckbands it keeps moving to the sides could have provided a clip.5. Build quality is plastic feels cheap and magnets do not hold that well.6. Costlier than other brands.To sum it I hate the product and would suggest going for other brands which give good value for money. if you still want to buy it then wait for better discounts. I hope I have helped you guys decide whats best for you.

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  68. Mahesh m.

    It’s pathetic product don’t buy it. I am returning this product because sound quality and bass is very poor not up to the mark. It’s not even close to normal wired earphones. I hope this review will help you .

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  69. ഗോവിന്ദ് ജയചന്ദ്രൻ

    Low quality product. No clear in sounds. Lost of money

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