INFINITY Clubz 250
- Power Output (RMS): 15 W
- Power Source: USB Chargeable
- Battery life: 10 hrs | Charging time: 4 hrs
- Bluetooth Version: 4.2
- Wireless rang
- Wireless music streaming via Bluetooth
The Infinity Clubz 250 Bluetooth speaker is easy to setup. Just touch and hold the power button, and after 2 seconds it will turn on with a voice prompt to connect to your smartphone. There is no Google Fast Pair or companion app, so you’ll have to “traditionally” connect it to your phone via the Bluetooth settings page.
The whole pairing process was smooth, I could get connected and start playing music in under a minute. What I like about the speaker is that there are sound prompts to let you know when the volume is at the lowest or loudest. I also like that the speaker is IPX7 waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about bringing this to the pool for a pool party.
Another thing I really like about the Infinity Clubz 250 is that is compatible with your smartphone’s personal assistant. That means Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant is present on the speaker. So, if your phone is stored away in your bag, you can still access it through your personal assistant. All you have to do to access it is to press the power button twice.
What I didn’t like was that the Infinity Clubz 250 didn’t use a newer Bluetooth 5.0 standard, and it still used a microUSB connection for charging. It’s still on Bluetooth 4.2 and sometimes (albeit rarely), i do experience some audio skipping. Also, a USB Type-C connection would have been better at faster charging the internal 2,500mAh battery too.