JLab JBuds Mini review: Teeny tiny earbuds that are super convenient

How on earth are the JLab JBuds Mini so small? Seriously, the earbuds are 30% smaller than the Go Air Pop before them and the case is 50% smaller. Next to any other earbud I can think of, they’re teeny. Potentially the smallest around, it’s safe to say storage isn’t an issue, unless you’re worried about losing them given their slight and non-existent heft. JLab has thought of that though by adding a keyring to the side so you can easily attach them to your keys ensuring you’ll never miss out on having earbuds on your person. 

None of this would matter if the JLab JBuds Mini were pretty ropey but they’re actually great for the price. Costing just $39.99 / £39.99, they’ll suit every budget. Cheap and tiny, the JLab JBuds Mini still pack a fair bit in. While codec support is a little limited, there’s Bluetooth Multipoint connectivity, the JLab app to help you tweak some settings, and a Be Aware mode that makes up for the lack of true ANC. 

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