Earbuds have been on the rise in popularity for the past few years. People are realizing that having a small set of headphones that can fit in your pocket on the go make things so much easier. Jecoo reached out to have their Jecoo T12 sports earbuds tested and reviewed. Overall, I’m impressed with how well they stay in my ears, because they don’t look like the type to have a good grip. I’d highly recommend them if you’re a fan of listening to podcasts or other audio content since the music sound out of these is a little underwhelming. They’re really lightweight and having a good charging box on the go so you don’t lose power has been beneficial. Let’s go over everything you need to know if you’re considering getting these earbuds.
Opening and using the Jecoo earbuds
One thing I noticed right away with these earbuds is how nice the overall design is. The carrying case looks sleek and it is a perfect size for a pocket or other small bag you need to carry around. I typically use big headphones throughout my working day, so having a tiny set is really nice for traveling, working out, or on the go.
I charged the headphones fully before using them, and you need to read the instructions to see how charged they are by how the button flashes. You can see when the battery is charged by 25% increments, which is nice if you’re on the go and you don’t have much time to charge it fully.
Once they’re charged, you simply open up the case and they’re ready to pair to your device through Bluetooth. They paired quickly and easily and stayed paired throughout all of my testing. Every time I take them out of the case, they connected right away which is a really nice feature if you’re on the go and don’t have the time to connect your headphones.
The sound and comfort with the Jecoo earbuds
Overall, the audio on the Jecoo earbuds sounds fantastic. It’s sharp and crystal clear, which would make this an ideal pair for podcast listeners. Music was slightly overwhelming since there seems to be little to no bass on these earbuds.
One great feature is that you can use them one at a time or both of them. Some people like to use them just one at a time, especially for phone calls, so it’s nice that they have these features.
Together, the headphones only weigh 5g and they’re incredibly light when I wear them. I rarely noticed they were in at all, which is nice especially if you’re exercising.
Sweat proof testing
One thing I was shocked by is how well they stayed in my ears, even when jumping around in the gym. Since they are not silicone based or have any type of ear hooks, I expected them to fall out a ton, but surprisingly, they stayed in and never fell out. These earbuds have a IPX5 waterproof rating which means they can handle sweat and light splashing, but it’s not recommended to fully submerge them.
The buttons on these earbuds are easy to reach and easy to use. It will knock them a bit out of your ears when you push them since you have to push them hard to make it work. Although you have to push it hard, I’m glad that it’s like that instead of these touch-button ones where you accidentally can switch a song constantly.
Battery life and Bluetooth
On the Jecoo T12 earbuds, you’ll get about a three hour charge. The charging case has the 500 mAh rechargeable lithium battery. You can recharge the headphones four to five times before you have to fully charge the case, which gives you a ton of battery life over the course of the day.
Bluetooth on these earbuds will stay connected up to 10 meters. It’s Bluetooth 5.0, which gives the ability to pair with all kinds of devices.
Overall review score: 8.2/10
Audio sound: 8/10
Ease of use: 9/10
Video review of the Jecoo T12 earbuds:
- Use each earphone separately or together
- Easy to pair and use
- Small, compact case for on-the-go movement
- Bluetooth 5.0 technology
- 5g total weight
Disclaimer: I received this product at a discount for the purposes of testing it and reviewing it. All opinions expressed are truthful and 100% my own.
Jackie is a writer out of Denver, Colorado with a never-ending passion for good TV shows, gadgets, and old-school video games.
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