JLab Go Air review

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  • JLab Go Air
  • JLab Go Air
  • JLab Go Air

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date January 3, 2020
Size
Weight 10 grams
(0.35 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Digital Trends

Small, but mighty affordable

from Digital Trends

The JLab Go Air possess the feature set and the price tag to be a valuable pair of true wireless commuter buds. Unfortunately, they just lack the sound quality to be your main listening apparatus for music.

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The JLab Go Air possess the feature set and the price tag to be a valuable pair of true wireless commuter buds. Unfortunately, they just lack the sound quality to be your main listening apparatus for music.

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Sound Guys

Affordable earbuds that do plenty of things well enough

from Sound Guys

Consumers who don’t care for fancy features or high-quality audio should get these true wireless earbuds. They’re comfortable enough for daily use, and stable enough for exercise. Microphone quality may not be the best, but it’ll get you by for a quick call, and the integrated USB charging...More

Consumers who don’t care for fancy features or high-quality audio should get these true wireless earbuds. They’re comfortable enough for daily use, and stable enough for exercise. Microphone quality may not be the best, but it’ll get you by for a quick call, and the integrated USB charging cable is one of my favorite JLab perks. Listeners who want better sound quality for a similar price should consider the Anker SoundCore Liberty Neo.

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Wired

Affordable basic earbuds

from Wired

Are they dramatically worse than the hundreds of more expensive buds on the market? In terms of daily use, not really. Anyone that doesn’t hinge their entire purchase on the highest possible audio quality should absolutely consider the Go Air. In fact, if you’re the kind of person who already...More

Are they dramatically worse than the hundreds of more expensive buds on the market? In terms of daily use, not really. Anyone that doesn’t hinge their entire purchase on the highest possible audio quality should absolutely consider the Go Air. In fact, if you’re the kind of person who already owns AirPods and wants a beater pair of cheap workout headphones, these might be a worthy addition, too. After all, Apple’s much more expensive buds don’t come with silicone eartips or an IP rating.

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Techaeris

The best budget true-wireless headphones

from Techaeris

If you’re looking for a pair of true-wireless headphones that are not going to break the bank, have decent sound, good battery life, and are well designed, these are them. The JLab GO Air is the best US$29.99 you can spend on an audio product.

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If you’re looking for a pair of true-wireless headphones that are not going to break the bank, have decent sound, good battery life, and are well designed, these are them. The JLab GO Air is the best US$29.99 you can spend on an audio product.

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Engadget

These $29 wireless earbuds are surprisingly decent

from Engadget

JLab’s Go Air is impressively cheap at $29, but you’ll have to sacrifice audio quality to save a big chunk of change. The company included a lot of handy features we typically see on pricier models -- like easy-to-use touch controls and spoken battery levels. If you’re mostly using earbuds...More

JLab’s Go Air is impressively cheap at $29, but you’ll have to sacrifice audio quality to save a big chunk of change. The company included a lot of handy features we typically see on pricier models -- like easy-to-use touch controls and spoken battery levels. If you’re mostly using earbuds for podcasts or audiobooks, these will serve you well.

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TechRadar

True wireless earbuds for under $30

from TechRadar

The JLab Go Airs herald a new age of truly affordable true wireless earbuds – but you get what you pay for with these super-cheap buds. The sound quality is too poor for us to wholeheartedly recommend them, but the Go Airs are so cheap that they could make a good pair of ‘backup’ buds to st...More

The JLab Go Airs herald a new age of truly affordable true wireless earbuds – but you get what you pay for with these super-cheap buds. The sound quality is too poor for us to wholeheartedly recommend them, but the Go Airs are so cheap that they could make a good pair of ‘backup’ buds to stow in your bag and forget about until you forget your main pair or they run out of battery.

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