The JVC Gumy True Wireless Earbuds in Blue are designed for the ultimate in comfort and portability. These earbuds are rainproof and feature a handsfree microphone with voice assistant. The earbuds include a charging case and cable for charging.
With true wireless connectivity, these earbuds also include a handsfree microphone complete with voice assistant.
Long Battery Life
Includes up to a 15 hour long battery life for longer listening time.
These earbuds are lightweight, allowing for a comfortable fit.
Rated IPX4, these earbuds are waterproof and safe to use in the rain.
First of all, if you are looking for a good set of headphones that won’t kill your pocket, these are the headphones for you. With me, I was looking for some TRUE WIRELESS headphones that were not expensive, but also not cheap because I’m the one that is going to be using them.
My main uses for these headphones will be listening to music while I take a walk and while I exercise. They have already been useful while taking a walk and while exercising. While taking a walk, I can listen to music and if someone calls, all I need to do is push a button that is located on both the right and left headphone and it will answer the call. There is a microphone on one of the headphones so you can speak in the phone call. So no need to dig out your phone from your pocket to answer a call! As far as exercise goes, I do some weight training and aerobics and the headphones haven’t fallen out of my ears as of today. I’ve recommended these headphones to my parents and they have already bought a pair and they are already enjoying them.
So again, if you are looking for a good pair of headphones that are TRUE WIRELESS (Personally, I don’t care for “wireless” headphones that have a dumb cord behind my neck) and the headphones won’t kill your pocket, these headphones really are for you. They are only $30! If I lose these or break or drop them in a lake, I won’t feel bad any. If that happened to a $100-$150 pair a headphones I owned, I probably would feel a little bad some I have to say. Hehe
Cool feature, if you have the headphones connected by Bluetooth to your phone and you are finished listening to music or whatever you are doing, all you need to do is put the headphones in their case and they automatically disconnect from Bluetooth.
We have several tws earbuds in our house none of which are airpods. These have the airpod look but do not fit or sit in the ear like airpods. So be warned. I am currently using Jabra elite 65t and added photo for comparison. The Jabra definitely feel more premium in every aspects but is currently 3x the price.
First off, it took me a few minutes to figure out that the bluetooth scan button was on the left earbud and not on the right like every tws i have. That was weird to me. The case is smooth and plastic, very light. Cheap feeling. I'm ok with this at this price. The earbuds sit in it very well and held by magnets so they are secure. My gripe is that since case is smooth, it can be slippery in the hands and difficult to open. Definitely not a one hand operation.
The bad. Sound is just ok. It sounds good but nothing stands out. The bass is quite lacking if you listen to hip/hop or edm, but passable if you listen to anything else. The high and mids again is just ok. These fit well and is secure when in use. It can be uncomfortable over long period of use because they do go deep into the ear canal. This also making running quite uncomfortable. Bluetooth signal is decent but nothing compared to my other tws. I moved 25 feet from living room into the bedroom and the signal cut out. The earbuds also do not have the auto pause feature when either earbuds is removed from your ears. Some cheap amazon tws has this feature and are the same price. The medium size tips, which i use on every earbuds I own, is quite large. Had to switch to small ones. This might be a problem for people with smaller ear canals. The buttons on the earbuds takes a little effort to push and therefore can hurt your ears. They are very tactile though which makes pushing by mistake less likely. Right ear twice for volume up and left ear twice for volume down. Once on either side for play/pause.
The good. The price. This is a super affordable wireless earbuds that does everything just ok. If you don't need or want to pay for a bunch of features, then I recommend this product. The sound again is good, the functions are good. The battery life is on par with most tws. They are comfortable to wear. Super light. The magnetic case holds the earbuds very securely so you don't accidentally lose an earbud. That has happened to me. Airpod looks, if you're into that. Case is also small and slim so it fits into pant pockets easily and without bulk.
one of the easiest set of earbuds to pair and set up. They come on and pair very quickly.
in the time it takes to remove from base and insert in my ear, they're already connected and good to go.
Charge base is comfortably smaller than many other alternatives out there. This is handy if your pockets are smaller/tighter. The range is excellent. I've gotten up to about 30 ft through 3 interior walls. i could still hear my phone calls and music clearly, but if i rotated a certain way it could clip. That may be do to the main (left) bud then passing through me as well as the walls
Battery life is excellent. I was able to play for 6 continuous hours of max volume and still had about 30% battery left according to my phone. By that rate i could likely eek out another 2-3 hours.
For teleworking, it lasted more than my 8 hour work day of being turned on the entire time, though i wasn't necessarily in a call the entire time. Along that note, those on the other end had no issues hearing me, and said i was as clear as not using a headset.
While they didn't look like it at first, they are comfortable, i had no discomfort leaving them in for multiple hours at once. One note though is i did have to go down a size in the rubber ear pieces to make sure it sat more snug in my ear.
Aesthetically, they are a little bulkier than I'd prefer in that they stick out further than expected, but while it makes it look unstable, i was able to run/do outdoor chores/rock climb without them falling. That being said, if you have your ear lobes pierced, these will clack on them and make noise. you may prefer the earbuds without the long arm protruding downward
I would also say, that while i don't have a preference for the colour of the buds, i wish the case was black. the white smudges easily in my jeans/jacket/sweater etc so now its got black and blue smears on it that won't come off. no effect, functionally, but i'm particular about those things.
My issue of taking a star is for the controls. Personally i didn't find them intuitive.
Short press - Pause/play
double press - volume up/down (depending on which ear bud)
Long press - skip track/previous track (depending on which ear bud)
i'm more likely to change tracks than adjust the volume. .once its set i tend to leave it. its easier to double tap than to press and hold, which is awkward when they're in your ear. because of this i found myself adjust tracks through my phone, or pulling an ear bud out and press/hold the button to adjust my music.
Overall, definitely minor issues that i can learn to live with and and excellent product.
A:AnswerWhen using the HA-A7T, tap either right or left once to get your song to play, tap either side quickly twice to adjust the volume. Left ear bud if press and held for 1 second will back track a song and right side if pressed and held for 1 second will forward track.
Answering the call
Press the button once quickly when receiving a call.
Ending the call
Press the button once quickly during the call.
Rejecting a call
When there is an incoming call, press continuously for about 1 second until a beep is heard. Once the beep is heard, release your finger.
Switching between the earphones and the smartphone during a call
During a call, press continuously for about 1 second until a beep is heard. Once the beep is heard, release your finger.
A:AnswerYou can use the left earbud independently as it controls both earbuds. If you try to use the right earbud, especially if you put the left earbud back in the case, you will disconnect both. I haven't found a way around it yet since I prefer wearing the right earbud.
A:AnswerThe headphones are intended for receiving calls and being able to talk to someone on the other line. This wasn't designed for audio recordings. That may all depend on the software your using on the computer.
A:AnswerThese are meant for talk calls and listen to music on the go. I have not tried the jLabs but i can say these fit great in the ear and lightweight. WORTH TRYING OUT! We would love to hear your feedback after you test and compare against competition.