Enjoy immersive Infinity signature sound with the new Glide 120, a premium wireless neckband from the house of HARMAN. It’s loaded with features and designed for high performance. Glide 120 is apt for people who enjoy listening to music for longer durations. It comes with 7 hours of playtime, so listen to your favourite song on loop or explore new playlists with ease and comfort. It pumps out top quality music with deep bass sound for that superior audio experience as it is equipped with a 12 MM driver. What more? Glide 120 comes with Dual equalizer that helps you switch between normal music mode and deep bass mode effortlessly. Now go ahead and experience that music thump like never before. Enjoy the dynamic and sonorous sound that comes only with the signature products from the house of HARMAN!
Features & Benefits
Enjoy your music uninterrupted without worrying about dust getting through or water spilling over it. IPX5 technology takes care of the damage caused by dust and water. This makes Glide 120 a perfect companion for your outings and gym sessions.
Connect the magnetic earbuds with each other when not in use. No-slip, no tangle and saves you the hassle of adjusting the wire all the time.
Glide 120 delivers dynamic sound with 12 mm drivers tuned for enhanced bass, smooth midst and crystal-clear highs for a unique and immersive musical experience.
Wireless hands-free is the new norm. Let conversations flow freely with just a click. Enjoy handsfree calling anytime, anywhere!
Play, pause, move to the next track, answer calls and do much more with the three-button remote feature. Stay in control without reaching out to your device.
At your assistance! Manage your day-to-day tasks by simply accessing the voice assistant of your device through the earphone.
|Item Weight||195 g|
|Product Dimensions||16.5 x 3 x 14.3 cm|
|Batteries:||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Item model number||Glide 120|
|Compatible Devices||Android & IOS|
|Included Components||Glide 120 Wireless In-Ear, 3 Set sleeves, USB charging cable, User Manual|
|Battery Cell Composition||Polymer|
Reviewed in India on 7 January 2020
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 a laptop and there was no problem in connectivity or quality.
Reviewed in India on 12 January 2020
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. The 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 bud’s 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.