The fully wireless JBL Free II headphones are an improved version of the original model. The manufacturer focused on comfort, ergonomics and “branded sound”. The design of the headphones was preserved, but the design was improved.
According to the company’s idea, the JBL Free II is a headset for every day. They are independent of each other and are connected to the source separately — they can be used in both stereo and mono mode.
This should come in handy for calls – a microphone is integrated in each earphone, and the buttons give access to the main functions and call the voice assistant. It is worth noting that JBL Free II immediately connect to Android devices when you open the case and provide Bluetooth 5.0 communication.
Among other things, the manufacturer drew attention to the “comfortable ear pads”, available in three sizes, as well as protection according to the IPX4 standard. The earbuds can operate on batteries for up to 6 hours, and the charging case will add another 18 hours. To connect the case to the network, there is a USB Type-C input.
The JBL Free II are available in England for £70.