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JLab Epic2 Wireless Sport Earbuds Last 12 Hours

JLab Epic2 Bluetooth Wireless Sport Earbuds

JLab Audio just released the Epic2 Wireless Sport Earbuds for active music listeners. The $100 waterproof and sweatproof Bluetooth in-ear headphones boast 12 hours of battery life that claims to be four hours more than the closest competitor. The earbuds have JLab’s proprietary C3 (Crystal Clear Clarity) technology, delivering a clean, crisp sound with vibrant highs, mids and a pumping bass through high-performance eight-millimeter drivers, which are said to be 50 percent larger than the nearest competitor.

To ensure a waterproof IPX5 design, the mic and controls housing were totally redesigned with an ultra-sonic sealed battery compartment and plasma-coated PCB boards. Additionally, Beacon Signal Technology built with a ceramic Bluetooth antenna, which provides improved Bluetooth connectivity and reduces environmental detuning.

JLab Epic2 Blue with earbuds

To deliver the perfect fit, the Epic2 Bluetooth Earbuds are equipped with JLab’s patent-pending Memory Wire over-ear hooks, cable mini-clips and eight gel tip sizes that all combine to give the perfect fit. In addition to the single and double flange gel tips, JLab now offers a shallow tip for smaller ears along with the first-ever custom designed triple flange to seal in the sound and tune out distractions.

Price and Availability
The JLab Epic2 sport earbuds are available for $99.99 in Jet Black, Blue/Graphite, Teal/Graphite at www.jlabaudio.com/Epic2 as of May 1, 2016.

Specifications:

  • Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX technology
  • JLab patent-pending Memory Wire
  • Beacon Signal Technology upgraded ceramic antenna
  • C3 (Crystal Clear Clarity) technology
  • Waterproof, Splash proof – IPX5
  • Two mini cable management clips
  • Universal USB to micro USB cord
  • Three hour charge time
  • Hard travel case
  • Eight 8 sets of silicone gel tips: Single flange (XS, S, M, L), Double Flange (S, M), Triple Flange (M), Shallow (M)
  • One-year warranty

Upgraded Features:

  • Battery Life: With a battery life of 12 hours, the Epic2 Earbuds can run two hours longer than the previous model.
  • Waterproof: The new IPX5-rated design has improved features including:
    • a mic and control housing with ultrasonic sealing to ensure that moisture won’t enter internal components.
    •  plasma nano-coating on the PCB Boards to repel any moisture that is present.
  • Connectivity: The Beacon Signal Technology improves the earbud-to-device signal. The ceramic Bluetooth antenna minimizes detuning from environmental, human operators and other factors.
  • Controls: The new button layout is more intuitive, features a centered power button and improved clicking feedback, to make the earbuds more user-friendly.
  • Additional Tips: The Epic2 Earbuds now come with eight tip options, including the new shallow tip and the first-ever triple flange tip.

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