The wires on both ends are long enough, but what I liked the most apart from sound quality was the wires connecting earbuds to the band can be adjusted using the loops on both sides. It gives the flexibility to shorten the length of the wires as per choice, something not common in neckbands.
The earphones have dedicated buttons for volume and playback. The metal buttons on the matte finish are easy to locate even without having to look at the panel. The inclusion of Siri or Google Assistant support is a welcome feature and adds to the value.
Wings Infinity has neodymium drivers that help it deliver a clean sound. As mentioned earlier, the bass is smooth and not intrusive. The earphone may sound treble-heavy when using outdoor, but the overall tuning seems fine. When using indoors, the sound is rich and impressive.
I listened to several genres of music and the earphones proved versatile enough to deliver good output. If you prefer heavy music then you may not find the sound output too convincing but still, I found them better than most of the neckbands available in the price range.
Battery and connectivity
Although it has Bluetooth 4.2, which is not the latest version, still, the earphones connect quickly and don't disconnect even in standby mode for long durations. The battery loss in standby mode is minimal, too.
The earphones offer up to 8-hour playtime with 135mah battery and the set don't take long to charge also. The set proved useful during a trip as I just had to charge it once and they lasted for 3-4 days with 1-2 hours of usage.
The neckband is lightweight and flexible, and that makes it very easy to carry anywhere. The IPX7 resistance made is really useful during the trip as there was no irritation during sweat.
It's not often that we find a versatile audio device, that too in the budget range. Priced at Rs 4,199 Wings Infinity impresses with features and delivers a great sound output.