TWS earphones have become very popular, but I don’t like the fact that they can fall off. Running or going to the gym can cause your ears to get sore. But with neckband wireless earphones, even if that same problem occurs, it won’t exactly be a problem. They will stick around your neck. After proper research & comparing many of them, we’ve brought this list for you.
Minimum Criteria –
Drivers approximately 10mm, IP certification, minimum battery life of 7-10 hours, neckbands are often worn for long periods. if it stops working in the middle then what’s the point, right? It should have an in-line mic and at least Bluetooth 5.0 for multi-device support.
(5) Infinity Glide 120 :
It comes under 1000 Rs, so if your budget is tight, then you can check it out. It has the biggest drivers(12mm). This one has a 7-hour battery, which is a problem. It could have had a better life if the neckband was thicker. It is 5th in the rankings, with a 7-hour battery, IPX5 Certification, Bluetooth 5.0 with an integrated mic, and Bluetooth 5.0, all these features are there. But in our list, the Infinity Glide 120 comes at number 5.
(4) Redmi SonicBass –
Redmi earphones have good build quality & the Redmi SonicBass is no different, they come at Rs 1299. There’s one thing which isn’t that good & that’s why it is number 4. It has 9.2mm drivers. The audio quality is ok. It comes in 2 colors – Blue & Black, they have IPX4 certification, an in-line mic with Bluetooth 5.0. So it’s all there. it is less & lasts up to 12 hours which should get you through the day as you’ll charge by the evening.
Some other earphones provide up to 30-40 hrs but these have a little less battery
(3) boAt 100 –
They come at Rs 1399, the most expensive on our list, but during offers, you get a discount of 100-200 Rs less. These are all-around neckband earphones, I’d say because they last for 30 hours, have 10mm drivers, comes with IPX4 certification & Bluetooth 5.0. But they are expensive by 100 Rs, which is why they are in 3rd position. Overall, if you want all-around earphones, then do check them out.
(2) Dizo Wireless –
It was launched recently. There’s one good thing, it comes with realme Link App support. This means you can pair them with the realme Link App, so you might get software updates that might improve them. Also if you want to change the touch functions, you can do that too with the realme Link App & that’s a big positive.
The sound is good, it has 11.2mm drivers, they’re quite loud & as for the bass, the Dizo Wireless is great. The battery life is 17 hours. Including the price (Rs 1299) & all the other things make it stand at 2nd position.
(1) boAt Rockerz 255 Pro plus :
It has a massive 40-hour battery life! That means it runs for about 2-3 days on a single charge. That is crazy! They might feel a little heavy because of the bigger battery. A bigger battery is always welcomed so it’s good & you get IPX7 certification.
Which you don’t get in any other earphones. So the 40-hour battery life, IPX7& 10mm drivers with a price of Rs 1299. We think for 1299 Rs you get a whole lot & that puts the boAt Rockerz 255 Pro+ in 1st position.
Notice: this list is only according to what experience we got after using these products. All rights are reserved to companies and Brands.