These True Wireless Earbuds for $20 Are *Actually* Worth Purchasing

These True Wireless Earbuds for $20 Are *Actually* Worth Purchasing

The Go Air Pop true wireless earbuds by JLab — an audio brand that’s long known for making reasonably priced products — are the most affordable of their kind, sporting a $20 sticker. See how they stack up in our hands-on review.© Created by Tom Messina using images from JLab The Go Air Pop true wireless earbuds by JLab — an audio brand that’s long known for making reasonably priced products — are the most affordable of their kind, sporting a $20 sticker. See how they stack up in our hands-on review.
The Go Air Pop true wireless earbuds by JLab — an audio brand that’s long known for making reasonably priced products — are the most affordable of their kind. Sporting a $20 sticker, the buds are significantly cheaper than any big-name competitor, so I was eager to put them through their paces.

We judge all headphones and earbuds on a scale of 10, analyzing the categories we think are most important: sound, comfort, design, battery performance, and, if applicable, special features. Here’s how the JLab Go Air Pop wireless earbuds stack up.

After over a week of using the JLab Go Air Pop on a daily basis, I can say with confidence that these wireless earbuds are worth every penny of their impulse-buy price tag. By offering satisfactory performance without skimping on important bits like up-to-date connectivity and reliable battery life, the earphones utterly exceeded my toned-down expectations. Here’s a breakdown of their sound, design, and battery performance.

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