JLab amplifies its productivity collection

JLab amplifies its productivity collection

Featuring Bluetooth multipoint technology that allows it to be connected to two devices simultaneously, the JBuds Work was designed to be the premiere headset for multi-device users.

JLab continues to augment its productivity collection with the addition of the JBuds Work ($79) over-ear Bluetooth headset.


  • The development of the JBuds Work is a direct result of the excitement JLab heard from retailers and customers when the GO Work launched with Bluetooth multipoint.

  • The JBuds Work comes on the heels of the introduction of the GO Work on-ear headset, JLab’s first Bluetooth multipoint device, which made its debut earlier this year at the very accessible price of $49.

Multipoint connectivity is ideal for users who want to use one headset that can switch between devices seamlessly, without the unavoidable delay that comes from reconnecting a Bluetooth headset or earbuds when switching between devices for calls, streaming audio, or watching a video.

Devices with Bluetooth multipoint connectivity can be paired with two devices simultaneously, allowing you to transfer seamlessly between them with a quick button push.

In true JLab fashion, the JBuds Work is feature-rich and accessibly priced when compared to competitors across the category.

The new headset features 60+ hours of playtime on a single charge and can utilize an included auxiliary USB-C to 3.5mm cable for times when a corded connection is preferable to Bluetooth.

Moreover, the 40mm dynamic drivers provide an excellent listening experience for any medium: talking, music, or video. The JBuds Work’s flip-down boom mic design incorporates dual microphones featuring JLab’s C3 Calling technology that eliminates ambient sounds so the user can easily be heard in noisy environments.

An auto-answer feature, along with a quick mute indicator with visible LED, help ensure the wearer is heard, or muted, exactly when they want to be. The JBuds Work also incorporates multi-function buttons so the user can play or pause content, answer or reject calls, and skip forward or backward through their audio content.

Additionally, the JBuds Work provides the option to remove the left earcup so the user can be more aware of the environment around them, ensuring they can hear and be heard.