Infinity (JBL) Glide 120 Metal: In-Ear Wireless Earphones, With Bluetooth 5.0 And IPX5 Sweatproof (Black and Yellow)

JBL Infinity Glide 120 Review – There are dime dozens of wireless Bluetooth earphones available on Amazon and other e-commerce stores. We Observed we’ve one of the cheapest headphones as well as some premium headphones. And Today here we are with the review, to give you a head-on what this gadget is all about.

Therefore, Note that there are other Wireless Bluetooth Earphones such as MiVi ThunderBeats that cost almost equal, and RealMe Buds wireless that is more expensive you can check out – their specifications and designs are totally different, so here we are focusing on what JBL infinity Glide 120 got to offer.

JBL Infinity Glide 120 Reviews

JBL Glide 120 is available on Amazon at RS.1304 and has a rating of 4.1 out of 5 along with over 231 reviews. It is available in black color with a little touch of yellow and inside the package; you will find the Infinity (JBL) Glide 120 Metal in-Ear Wireless Earphones, 3 Set sleeves, USB charging cable, and User Manual.

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Infinity (JBL) Glide 120 Design And Specifications

Judging the design with the framework, it looks like the average wireless Bluetooth Earphones out there, but it comes with a premium metal Earbuds a metal housing. It is a classy pair of earphones that looks as good it sounds offering extra flexibility and portability.

It is made with Neckband that ensures a snug fit around the Neck. So, no matter what you are doing; jogging, running, working out, or listening to music while driving, you can enjoy the buzz for longer hours without discomfort.

For easy storage, the Earbuds are magnetic that you connect with each other when not in use. It saves the stress of adjusting wire all the time.

Performance And Battery Life

The Glide 120 has a BT v5.0, which is missing in other product in this price range. So, The connection was quick and strong, even with a wall in between.

However the Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult, simultaneous pressing of the two-volume buttons together and the Bluetooth kept getting disconnected, also the phone had to be reconnected to the earphone each time the earphone was powered on, this sometimes made me angry.

So, If we talk about the sound quality then the Infinity Glide 120 is just about “ok”, the bass is present there, but I found that the highs are missing, and some songs, thought the vocals sounded a bit dull (sort of muffled), but tastes different. The Glide 120 had no noticeable lag when playing videos and even on streaming. It also features an inbuilt mic and we tried it and found it just “ok” nothing bad but nothing extraordinary.

Pros And Cons


  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Battery life
  • Fine design
  • Comfortable
  • Good sound with fine bass


  • Bass is present, but I found the highs missing
  • Dual EQ usage was a bit difficult
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