JBL Wave 100 TWS headphones with lidless charging case launched in India

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JBL Wave 100 TWS earphones were introduced in India. They come with a lidless charging case that JBL claims will help users carry the earbuds with one hand. The JBL Wave 100 earphones are also equipped with a hands-free function and voice assistant. The earbuds provide 20 hours of playtime with five hours of playtime on a single charge. Users can also choose to pair a single earbud or both earbuds to their device.

JBL Wave 100 TWS price in India, availability

JBL Wave 100 TWS earphones cost Rs. 3,499. JBL’s TWS earbuds will be available through Flipkart and JBL’s official website. The earbuds come in three color options – black, blue and ivory.

JBL gives customers a two-year guarantee. Flipkart offers its customers free EMI options starting at Rs. 1,750.

JBL Wave 100 TWS specifications, features

The new JBL Wave 100 TWS earbuds also have dynamic 8mm drivers that JBL claims to deliver deep bass sound. The earbuds also come with Dual Connect technology, which allows users to connect either or both of the earbuds to their Android or iOS device – connected via Bluetooth v5. The TWS earbuds are also compatible with the Google Assistant and Alexa voice assistants.

JBL claims that their new TWS earbuds can offer up to 20 hours of total playback time thanks to their 550 mAh battery. JBL Wave 100 TWS earbuds are said to have up to five hours of playback time on a single charge, and the charging case can fully charge the earbuds three times. They also have a dual EQ that allows users to choose between two sound modes. They can be activated by three tapping and one long press of the buttons on the back of the earbuds.

The TWS earphones are also said to have received the Red Dot Design Award for their coverless design. JBL also claims that the magnets in the charging case keep the earbuds from falling out of the pocket. JBL Wave 100 TWS weighs 46.3 grams.

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