The JLab GO Air POP True Wireless Earbuds have changed the game for accessible audio products. With a massive 32+ hour total playtime, you can expect 8+ hours in each earbud off a single charge and 3 more charges from the case. Ready for business calls to workouts and everything in between, the GO Air POP earbuds feature 3 custom EQ sound settings to choose from, touch sensors, universal mics in both earbuds, and IPX4 water resistance.
Long Battery Life
GO Air POP features 8+ hours of playtime in each earbud and 24+ extra hours from the charging case (32+ hours total). Return to the case to recharge the buds, and use the integrated USB cable to charge the case.
Use either earbud independently or use both together. A built-in MEMS microphone in each bud ensures clear calls.
15% Smaller Fit
Smaller than a credit card, the case fits in your pocket and the earbuds are our smallest yet – 15% smaller earbuds and 40% lighter with the compact case. Try the three tip sizes to get a snug in-ear fit, creating a perfect seal for crystal clear sound.
With just a few taps via touch sensors, you can choose your sound preference: JLab Signature, Balanced and Bass Boost modes – without an app. Hear the difference at jlab.com/EQ.
Enjoy volume and track controls, plus play/pause, answering calls and activating your smart assistant with the touch control functions.
Sweat and splashproof with an IPX4 water resistance rating
Okay, wow. I've used these for about 10 days now, so this is an immediate reaction, not a long-term durability. But the battery life these claim? It's REAL. I work as a stable hand and so am away from outlets for 8 hour shifts, and I listen to podcasts while I work. My previous ear buds were only lasting around 3.5 hours before I had to charge them. These? The first day I used them, I kept one ear bud in for 12 hours - 5am to 5pm - and listened to about 9 hours of podcasts. Only at 5pm did I get the 25% battery warning.
The same has repeated every day since I have used these. Often, I clock out around noon to 60 to 70% battery STILL remaining.
I've also not had any problems with pairing or connection so far.
There's no sound cancelling/hear through settings, but honestly, with how this battery is acting, it's a fair trade.
I have always loved this brand and wanted to get a spare set of ear buds, but these are now my main. Highly recommend to give these a shot, ESPECIALLY for $20!
Why pay hundreds more for similar products? $20 bucks and you get a great quality product that does not require constant recharging. I own the black model and will be getting another set for my nephew. Do yourself a favor and get these, you won't regret it!
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about bass quality, comfort, design and reliability. Editors have mixed opinions about durability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 92/100 = Excellent quality.
TechRadarRating, 4.5 out of 54.5Becky Scarrott on June 23, 2022
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rtings.comRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Jake Thauvette on October 21, 2021
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JLab Go Air Pop reviewThe JLab Go Air Pop earbuds are cheap as chips and offer tremendous value for those seeking a simple, affordable option. We tested them out to see if they're a good purchase for every user.
A:AnswerThey are probably loud enough but if you’re going to use this product (or pretty much any in ear headphones without active noise canceling) I would highly recommend using over the ear ear protection to muffle the mower noise so you don’t need to turn the volume to a level that could damage your hearing.