JBuds Frames Provide Wireless Audio For Your Glasses

JLab Audio is solving all of the major issues consumers have in the wearables category with existing audio-integrated eyewear with the launch of its new JBuds Frames. Current premium-level audio-equipped eyewear products are priced at $200 or above, available in just a handful of styles and colors, and have the audio technology permanently integrated in a way that is far from discreet. JLab’s JBuds frames overcome these issues through their BYOF (“bring your own frame) design, which allows them to be affixed to almost any type of eyeglasses or sunglasses. JBuds Frames will be previewed during the 2021 CES event and are expected to be available early in spring 2021 and retail for $50, which is $150-$200 below comparable releases from other brands. A preview of the new JLab JBuds Frames can be seen online at jlabaudio.com/JBudsFrames.

JLab Audio’s JBuds Frames are comprised of two independently operating Bluetooth true wireless audio devices, which can be affixed to the temples of sunglasses, eyeglasses, and similarly styled blue light blocking eyewear. Their open-ear design features appropriately sized 16mm drivers that produce sound perfect for personal use, without being heard by those close by. The open-ear design of the JBuds Frames also allows the wearer to be acutely aware of their surroundings while listening to the audio content in any activity – whether working from home to exercising outdoors and offer an 8+ hour playtime.

Fun Fact: Headphones started with phone operators in 1890. It was a single earpiece that rested on the user’s shoulder and weighed over 10 pounds.