When it comes to blending in, almost all true wireless earbuds fail miserably. That’s mainly due to the predominantly black and white color options, with a few brightly colored variants along the way. Even if the buds are small, they are still highly visible due to their color. JLab is looking to fix this and the audio company teamed up with nail care brand ORLY to develop a solution. With the Go Air Tones, the duo selected a collection of seven Pantone shades that are “flattering to people across a spectrum of skin tones”.
JLab says it partnered with ORLY to select the latest shades from an original collection of more than 60 options. Given the beauty brand’s experience crafting nude nail polishes, the seven shades “cover a variety of skin tones with a mix of warm, neutral and cool undertones. While the colors reflect actual skin tones, most users will find the shades flattering” without an exact match, according to JLab. If you’re having trouble selecting the best option, JLab offers an AR fitting room for a virtual try-on that can help you decide.
The Go Air Tones are the same earbuds as the $20 Go Air Pop that JLab debuted in August. This means you get built-in touch controls, the ability to use both buttons separately, a collection of EQ presets and IPX4 moisture protection. There is also an attached case with built-in USB cable for charging. JLab says you can expect up to eight hours on the earbuds themselves with a further three charges of the included case. The only difference between the Pop and the Tones are the color options available for each.
The Go Air Tones are available for pre-order today for $20. They are scheduled to ship in mid-January.
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