Groov-e Jazz Buds – Review

Groov-e, is one one the UK’s leading UK tech brands and has added another set of true wireless earbuds to its range, the Jazz Buds. With up to 25hrs of playtime, these buds come with a repectible price tag of  £29.99 from Tesco or and we have a set in for a full review.


  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Bluetooth profiles A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP. ( which might mean something to some people)
  • Wireless range of 10m
  • Battery 2X 25mAh
  • Music Playing ( continuous ) 4 hours for a 1 hour charge.
  • Standby time 100 hours
  • Speaker frequency 20-20Khz
  • Speaker sensitivity 107dB +/- 3dB
  • LED Indicator.
  • Case recharge capacity 400mA
  • Charging time for case 1.5 hours
  • Case LED display.

Good Points :-

  • Price.
  • Extremely lightwieght.
  • You dont know your wearing them.
  • Good sound quality.
  • Price.
  • Assistant trigger.
  • Don’t block ear canal.
  • USB-C port for the charging case.

Bad Points :-

  • False button presses when putting in/taking out.
  • Lacking bass.
  • Sometimes felt like they were about to fall out.

In Use :-

Let me start off by saying I am one of those people that can’t stand the feeling of having something stuffed down my ear canal, that horrible feeling of being blocked up, so when I am not using my Bose QC’s my ear buds of choice are my Galaxy buds live. So once groove got in touch and asked me if I would like to review the company’s new wireless earbuds the jazz buds, I suitability agreed to give them a whirl.

The first thing that you noticed when taking the buds out of the box is they look remarkably like another company’s airearbudpods, Featuring a modern yet ergonomic design, the Jazz Buds are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time and once had popped them in my ears they were so lightweight I really struggled to tell I was wearing them, this was weather just walking out and about or or even during a session in the gym.


To pair, simply take the Jazz Buds out of the charging case and they will automatically connect to the selected smart device (after being paired the first time which required some button pressing/holding making sure lights flashed etc etc ).

The charging case is the usual small black pill box affair but with the nice edition of a USB type C charging port, there’s no wireless charging which is a shame, but for this price point something’s got to give, on the inside of the case is a nice LED graphic with a charge percentage indicator.

I was really impressed with the sound quality these buds produce, yes they lacked bass at times but then sound sound will “leak” due to the fact your ear canal isnt completely plugged up. Remeber these currently retail at about the £30 which is a 5th of what I paid for my Galaxy buds and is the sound quality a 5th certainly not.

I did notice that when putting the buds in and out I did get a couple of false presses on the activation button, and after some quite extended use I did feel that one bud was starting to slip out.



If your in the market for some inexpensive true wireless earbuds that sound way better than they should, have a look at the Jazz Buds from Groov>>e i think you will be surprisingly impressed.