This is a new company to the UK, I recently reviewed one of their keyboards as well as a very advanced mouse. Here I am looking at a small set of on ear headphones that can also be used as a headset, they are unlike most others in that they are very light at only 99grams. Another of its advanced capabilities is that it can be linked to two devices at the same time. It also has a very long play time between charges.
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Fully contracted there is 17cm from the base of the earpieces to the centre of the lightly padded headband, there is also 2.5cm of expansion on each side available.
The boom microphone rotates from the top down 135 degrees in each direction to suit both left and right sided use. The ear pieces are 6cm round and sit comfortably on all but the smallest ears.
All the controls are near the base of what is normally the left ear piece but this is easily swapped for those who prefer to use their right hand.
At the base of the ear piece is the on/off button with the USB 'C' charge point on one side and the red/blue flashing LED on the other. Further round are the + and – buttons.
The + and – buttons volume up and down from a single push a 2 second hold give you track forward and backwards. Pressing both simultaneously allow changing of EQ.
The on/off button is also multiple use button as it also covers play/pause/answer/hang up. It also can reject calls and active Siri or Android voice services. The last named is useful to avoid taking your phone out of your pocket on the street.
The headset can also connect to two devices simultaneously and the three actions required are clearly laid out in the well illustrated Quick Start Guide. There is a YouTube video should you need it and it also allows you to see video of the headset.
If you need another reason to purchase this headset then how about three months free use of Tidal which is probably the best widely available music streaming service.
Sound quality from such a small light unit was rather good.
So if you prefer an on ear set of headphones and you want a light headset then this ticks all the boxes.
At the time of publication the GoWorkPop from JLab is available from Amazon for £34.99.