Best Wireless Neckband Earphones Under 3000 Rupees [November 2020]

With the increasing trend of removing 3.5mm jacks by smartphone brands, you might be searching for the best neckband earphones under 3000 Rupees in India.

In fact, there are two types of wireless Bluetooth earphones – neckbands and earbuds. They are totally different.

However, I have recommended the earbuds in another post. If you are here for those truly wireless earbuds, you can proceed there.

[Here is the link: Best Wireless Earbuds Under 5000 Rupees]

If you observed, the demand for neckbands has drastically increased within a few months. People no more want the hustle of entangled earphones. But truly wireless earbuds go out of budget for most of the people.

So, wireless Bluetooth neckbands prove as great solutions in the most economic way.

List of Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000 Rupees

Interestingly, there are not many options under Rs 3000. But whatever we get, they all give unique features at the individual levels. None of them is best or worst. Buy as per your own requirements.

1] Boult Audio ProBass Curve Neckband

I recently bought this Boult Curve Neckband, and I would say that it is quite good considering its price tag. The build quality is not that good but I had my own reasons to buy this.

At that time, Boult Curve Neckband was the only good option for my requirements, unlike now.

[Personal update: It’s been more than 1.5 years of my usage now and it is working great]

Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000
Boult Audio ProBass Curve Neckband

Pros of Boult Audio ProBass Curve Neckband

  • Bluetooth 5.0 – This is one of the features that can connect two devices at a single time. For instance, I connect my laptop and smartphone together. This is the only reason I bought this device.
  • Adjustable Cable Wire – If you compare with other competitors then you will find that adjustable wires prove to be boon.
  • Range – The range for this device is around 10 meters without any interruption like walls.
  • Battery – I am using this device for more than 16 months now and it easily lasts for 8 hours.

Cons of Boult Audio ProBass Curve Neckband

  • Build Quality – If you are a rough user then I would not really recommend these earphones. Being the cheapest of all, the low price has compromised its body.

2] Realme Buds Wireless

Currently, Realme Buds are the best wireless neckband earphones under 3000 Rupees in the market. Had this product launched earlier, I would have definitely gone for this exact piece.

Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000
Realme Buds Wireless

Pros of Realme Buds Wireless

  • Sound Quality – Excellent even if you compare to the rest of the competitors in the same category.
  • Magnet Control – While all the neckbands have magnets to stop the earbuds from dangling. These neckbands have a cool feature that whenever you attach the magnets, the music automatically stops.
  • Battery – This neckband offers the highest battery life which lasts for 10-12 hours in a single charge.

Cons of Realme Buds Wireless

  • Colors – I can’t really count any drawbacks for these earphones but for the sake of labeling, I am counting this. The colors are really vibrant which not everyone might like.

3] Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones

I patiently waited for these MI Sports Bluetooth Earphones but one missing feature disappointed me. So, it cannot connect 2 devices at a time and I desperately need that. However, this product is really good with balanced audio quality.

Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000
Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones

Pros of Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones

  • Sound quality – MI neckband has great sound quality as compared to the Boult Curve neckband. Also, it supports dynamic bass if you like it.
  • Battery – A single charge can fetch these earphones for around 6-7 hours.
  • Range – The range for this device is around 10 meters without any interruption like walls.

Cons of Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones

  • Cannot connect 2 devices simultaneously – Again, if you are someone like me who wants to connect it simultaneously then you might not like it.
  • No Adjustable Wire – Unlike Boult, this neckband has a fixed length of wire which can be irritating while working out or traveling.

4] Samsung Original Level U 

If you highly pay attention to the sound quality of earphones then these earphones are made for you. Samsung Original Level U supports Apt-X which no other earphones support at this price range.

Also, this does not imply that this neckband is meant for audiophiles.

Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000
Samsung Original Level U

Pros of Samsung Original Level U 

  • Supports APT-X – That merely means that these Samsung earphones give you much better sound quality than most of the other earphones without Apt-X.
  • Vibration Motor – All the earphones that I mentioned till now don’t support vibration motor. Whenever you get a call, this motor starts vibrating around your neck.
  • Battery – A single charge can fetch these earphones for around 9-10 hours.
  • Range – The range for this device is around 10 meters without any interruption like walls.

Cons of Samsung Original Level U

  • Not in-ear earphones – If you are someone who likes earbuds to penetrate your ear canals then this neckband is not meant for you.

5] Mivi Thunder Beats Wireless Bluetooth Earphones

If you are following a few Indian YouTubers then I don’t need to introduce what Mivi is! Mivi is heavily using influence marketing by paying all the YouTubers handsomely.

Probably, that’s where their budget goes and they need to hike their prices. However, the quality is still appreciable.

Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000
Mivi Thunder Beats Wireless Bluetooth Earphones

Pros of Mivi Thunder Beats

  • Metal body – The build quality is really strong because of the metal used. It’s great for rough usage.
  • Apt-X support – Again, the sound quality can prove to be quite good because of the Apt-X support that others don’t provide us.
  • Vibration motor – Whenever you get a call, this motor starts vibrating around your neck.
  • CVC Noise Cancellation – CVC 6.0 passive noise cancellation allows for excellent, detailed sound by keeping the unwanted noise out while still allowing you to be aware of the surroundings.
  • Range and Battery – The battery lasts for around 7 hours, and Mivi Thunder neckband has a range of around 30 feet.

Cons of Mivi Thunder Beats

  • Heavy in Weight – The metal body naturally makes the neckband heavy in nature. Also, the in-ear experience is not that good as per the reviews on Amazon.
  • Distorted sound – The sound quality is quite good but it gets distorted after a certain limit of volume.

6] OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z

OnePlus Bullets Z is the most recent addition to the affordable family of neckbands. Since it comes from the same parent company as of Realme, it inherited several features already.

Pros of OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z

  • Battery life – OnePlus claims that it gives a battery life of 20 hours in one single full charge.
  • Fast charging support – We don’t have clear numbers but the company claims that we get a playback time of 10 hours in a charge time of 10 minutes.
  • Other features – Being the same parent company as of Realme, some features are bound to reflect. So, Quick Switch, Quick Pair, and Magnetic Control are some naturally inherited features.

Cons of OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z

  • Absence of Base – If you are someone who loves the bass while listening to music then these earphones are clearly not for you.
  • High latency – This won’t be a good choice for you if you are a gamer. Games like PUBG and COD require quick actions.

7] OPPO ENCO M31 Wireless

It’s the specialty of BBK Electronics ~ whenever one brands comes with an innovation, other sister brands automatically get that.

For those who don’t know, BBK Electronics is the parent company of all the brands – OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Realme.

[Read More here: BBK Electronics Case Study]

OPPO ENCO M31 Wireless

Pros of Oppo ENCO M31 Wireless

  • AI-based Noise Cancellation – If you are frequently on calls then you need some background noise cancellation. And this neckband has that feature.
  • Gesture Controls – Just like OnePlus and Realme, it has some gesture controls which enhances the experience.

Cons of Oppo ENCO M31 Wireless

  • Connects Single Device Only – It cannot connect multiple devices like your laptop and smartphone at the same time.

8] Sony WI-C310 Wireless in-Ear Headphones

Sony WI-C310

Pros of Sony WI-C310

  • No entanglement issues – Look at the simple design of these wireless earphones. There is no scope to get entangled which makes it great for rough usage. Good to carry anywhere.
  • Battery – Offers a cool battery life of 15 hours within a single charge and that is great.

Cons of Sony WI-C310

  • Built quality is cheap – The buttons are not too comfortable and design is light weight but weak.

Which is the Best Neckband Earphones Under 3000 Rupees For Your Requirements

  • Boult >> If you are under a tight budget
  • Realme >> If you are a gamer and you need low latency while playing games
  • OnePlus >> If you need huge battery life to last for one typical day
  • Oppo >> For calling purposes as it has an AI-based Noise cancellation
  • Samsung or Mivi >> If you need a high sound quality
  • Mivi >> If you need a strong build quality for your rough usage
  • Sony >> If you travel a lot and need more battery life

So, that’s all for the best neckband earphones under 3000 Rupees in India. Make a choice as per your budget and requirements.

Kindly note, I don’t own any of these gadgets and my research is completely based on the technical specifications given on the Internet and user reviews.

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