These earphones feature voice-enable prompts, which, when connected with a smartphone, inform the user about calls and other notifications. However, the absence of a vibration mode makes it compulsory to plug in at least one of the earphones to receive the prompts, especially if the phone is on the silent mode.
The earphones manage to go on for more than 5 hours on continuous usage -- music playback and calls. The charging time is quick and the earphones manage to work even when put on charge, unlike some of the other earphones that disconnect automatically.
At Rs 1,599, the Riversong Soundfit wireless headphones offer satisfactory audio output bundled with IP67 water resistance. The in-ear design with silicon buds makes it easy to use, and the on-ear hooks enable comfort during extended usage. Overall, as an entry-level wireless earphone, the product has no downsides, except that the colour combinations and plastic build might not please everyone.