Jlab Go 4 GB Waterproof, Sweatproof, Sports MP3 Player Headphones (White/Gray)
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- 100% Fully Submersible, Waterproof and Sweatproof 4GB MP3 Player Headphones
- Ideal for swimmers, cyclists, runners, triathletes, walkers, hikers, water and snow sports, and any kind of workout
- Noise-isolating in-ear style cushions with ergonomic cord free design
- Rechargeable lithium ion battery provides up to 10 hours of play time
- Includes 7 pairs of soft silicone tips for water and land use, USB 2.0 Mini Cable, User Manual and 1 year limited warranty
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100% Fully Submersible, Waterproof and Sweatproof 4GB MP3 Player Headphones Ideal for swimmers, cyclists, runners, triathletes, walkers, hikers, water and snow sports, and any kind of workout Noise-isolating in-ear style cushions with ergonomic cord free design Rechargeable lithion ion battery provides up to 10 hours of play time Includes 7 pairs of soft silicone tips for water and land use, USB 2.0 Mini Cable, User Manual and 1 year limited warranty
From the Manufacturer
“They get wet, but they aren't underwater most of the time. Having said that, I LOVE THESE!! They have transformed my time in the water!...”
The Perfect Addition To Your Work Out bag
The GO's ergonomic, cord-free design is ideal for swimmers, cyclists, runners, triathletes, walkers, hikers, water and snow sports, and any kind of workout or commute.
100% Fully Submersible
Safe for Fresh, Pool and Salt Water Swimming. Tested by triathletes to deliver a high fidelity experience with your hottest workout jams in the most demanding conditions, energizing you to swim, cycle, run, and flex longer and faster than ever before.
Setting Up Your GO Is Hassle Free
Plug and play for PC and Mac, simply plug in the included USB cable to recharge the lithium ion battery, and drag and drop your songs into the GO folder and you're ready to rock. The 4GB built-in memory holds 800-1200 songs, which can be updated or changed at any time. Streamline rocker buttons allow you to track forward / backward, play / pause, shuffle, and control volume. The mini USB port is protected by a watertight, twist-and-lock plug, with an extra back-up plug included.
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The idea of wireless music player has always been something that interested me. I knew about the Sony option from the TV ads, but never bothered until I split the cord of my ear buds accidentally while working out. I looked up the options and it was clear, Sony 262 or Jlab go. The idea of a waterproof player sounded really cool, not that I swim regularly, but I do sweat a lot, nice to know that this would not really affect the headset.
Now to the more annoying problems I faced with my ear buds; the fit. They worked well in normal use but 10 minutes into the work out, I am working up my heart rate and start sweating, the buds start slipping out. It was a MAJOR irritation to keep pushing the buds into your ears and constantly adjusting the cord so that it doesn't jump around while you try to run! That's when I decided and ordered both Sony 262 and the J-lab go as I wasn't sure which would work.
The Sony arrived first and I decided to take it out for a spin the same day. I plugged it in for charging, transferred some music and tried them. I switched all 3 sleeves and had to settle for the largest sleeve as otherwise it just wouldn't sit in my ear at all. First impression, the build quality was solid; the sound quality was very good. While running with them on, it felt a little heavy in my ear and once I started sweating, the nightmare started. The headphone just would not stay in my ear, I tried for the next 15 minutes in various positions etc, but it just didn't work. I gave up 30 minutes into the workout and took it back home. I also asked my wife to try it, she faced the same issue as well. To me, the fundamental design seems flawed, the plastic wire connecting the 2 earpieces does not have any tension, it useless. The earpieces are heavy and tend to fall out with movement. Though the sounds quality was great, it was just useless for me. I am a Sony fan and have several Sony products at home and have been very happy with them. Unfortunately, this will not be one of them.
The J-Lab go arrived the next day. This comes in a rather crude cardboard box with the headphones and the wire packed in a Ziploc bag wrapped in a bubble wrap. I was a bit surprised when I saw the package for the first time. There were 6 different sleeves for water and land use. The medium size fit me fine here. I charged it up, added some music and took it for a run. Oh boy, was I thrilled with it :)
Jlab have got the most important thing for a sports mp3 player spot on. It fits incredibly well and stays in place all through your work. I don't face problems even if I am doing bench presses with them on, it just first great. Great work Jlab!! (***** for the fit). The connecting cord between the earpieces has the required tension to snap them perfectly in place. It also swivels vertically (up/down) and moves forward and back on the wire to fit naturally according to the shape of your head. The operations are simple and it works well, BUT the sound quality is probably not as good as the Sony, but I didn't care, because this WORKS. It doesn't have as much bass as the Sony. However, it weighs nothing and that is a HUGE advantage for a sports music player.
I had read a review somewhere that said that the player doesn't have shuffle and was worried. Now that I have it, I do want to mention that Jlab-go does have shuffle and works fine.
Now for simple comparison stats on both headphones:
+ Looks cool and the build quality feels solid
+ The sound quality is great
+ The controls are easier and of quality and well placed
+ It held charge for the 2 days I tried it with a 1 hour charge.
- It is on the heavier side
- The fit just doesn't work at all
- No tension in the connecting cord to hold the earpieces in place
- None of the earpiece fit fine for some reason.
+ The fit is AMAZING for any kind of workout
+ It is lighter than the Sony and feels properly place in your ears
+ It is waterproof and they say that you can swim with them on (haven't tried this myself though)
+ The sound is pretty loud and it can drown most noises around. My wife tells me that she cannot hear sound outside even if I am playing it on a pretty loud volume.
+ I have used this for over 5 days now and haven't charged it after the first day. I charged it overnight the first time.
- The green power light on the controlling earpiece is for everyone to see and is a bit dorky.
- The USB wire connects using some kind of proprietary connector, didn't look like mini USB. Also the USB connector on the earpiece has a cover that seals it which is connected to the main headphone with some piece of plastic, this could break with usage. However, they do provide you with a spare for this (good thinking Jlab!)
- The sound quality is inferior to the Sony, the bass is low.
Overall, I am very happy and proud owner of the Jlab-go. I love it and have been using it every day since I got it. What more, I am enjoying my work out even more now (bye bye iPod!)!!
If you are looking for a simple cordless in-ear sports MP3 player, go with J-Lab, you won't regret it.
--- Edited on 1/9/204 -- chink in the jlab go armor--------------
I have been using this for a while and I hit a chink int he jlab go armor. I had it in my back pack and was on my was in the gym, i pulled it out of the bag and it broke right in the hinge that connects that player to the ear ear bud. Now I have the ear bud with a wire that connects it to the player :(. It is unusable now. I will post a picture of it sometime. If i glue it back, then the rotation would be hampered. I also want to add that, I did not apply a lot of force or handle it badly.
Just something to consider when you buy. I havent' contacted jlab yet, lets see what they say !
However, I used this mp3 player today at the pool and it worked rather well. The only thing I can complain about is that at times water would leak into my ears and I would have to stop and drain my ear and then reinsert the earpiece. Hardly something to be unexpected when swimming under water and listening to the smooth jazz sounds of Mr Louie Armstrong and getting my exercise on.
If I was force to say something bad about these things is that I had to push the ear piece in really far to keep the water out, and then afterward the rubber ear thing came off and I needed to pull it out even it was in there really deep. I would be lying if I said I never had a rubber thing stuck inside some orifice and I needed help getting it out. It was a ear thermometer cap you perverts!
Had these a few weeks now. I purchased these to replace my Sony NWZW252 2 GB Walkman MP3 Player that I purchased in Feb 2014. The Sony lasted about a year before I lost sound on the left side and then I had to "bang" it on the ground to get the buttons to work.
These are okay but a little more difficult to use than the Sony as to turn it on with a long push on the button and getting it turn off. I did like the Sony where you just put the end together and it turned it off. The head band is pretty stiff and doesn't sit good when bench pressing, have to constantly adjust when I lift. The right side keeps kind of coming out and I have to keep adjusting that. Buttons hard to press but that is probably because they are really waterproof. I don't care for when I unplug from charging on the p.c. it wants to turn on a play. I didn't catch that the first time and when I got to the gym the next day they were dead.
However, for the price, they are great. I'll see how these long these last. Was not happy about paying twice as much for something that only lasted a year - I use them for the gym only, 5-6 workouts a week for 1-1/2 - 2 hours per workout.
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