- Size (LWH): 7.3 inches, 2 inches, 4.75 inches
- Weight: 10.56 ounces
- Minimum Rated Standby Time: 250 hours
- Battery Type: Lithium Polymer
Jaybird X2 Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Midnight Black
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- Premium Bluetooth Audio For Skip-Free Music Outdoors.
- 8 Hours of Music + Calls With Complete Remote Controls.
- Secure Over/Under-Ear Fit Options.
- Lifetime Sweat-Proof Warranty.
- Includes Comply Premium Sport Memory Foam Ear Tips, Patented Secure-Fit Ear Fins, Friction-Fit Silicone Sport Carrying Case, Silicone Ear Tips, Charging Cable & Cord Management Clips.
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I purchased mine at bestbuy(to get a geeksquad warranty) about a few weeks ago and I'm very happy with it. Jaybirds has a lifetime sweatproof warranty. Here is my 2 cents:
Sound quality is great - As good as my $100 bose soundtrue earbuds(for a regular joe, it is more than enough). I use to watch movies on my mac and netflix on my roku and it sounds great.
Noise cancelling is passive(enough to zone in but safe enough to hear surroundings while running).
Battery life is as advertised - Ran for a week running 5-7 miles daily, watching movies without charging. Gets approximately 8 hours.
Connectivity - No issues except for old bluetooth devices. Disconnected once but it was my old 2009 mac(so I bought a bluetooth dongle). Switching from one device to another is very easy. It can only get connected to one device.
Fit - The smallest bluetooth earbuds money can buy in the market(I tried a lot ie backbeats go2, jabra sport, etc and they all look like I have a jawbreaker in my ear). The fit is great but when I ran it started to fall off with the sweat and all. The solution: Over the ear fitting. It has been excellent for me during running. I use the under the ear for leisure activities/plane trips because I can secure it around my neck when I temporarily remove them. Just google jaybirds on how to clip it properly(clips included in the purchase), it takes 30 seconds.
Things I hate - the case. OMG. Very poorly designed. It is huge and a pain to open/close. The comply eartips has irritated my ears, so I use the silicone(included too).Read more ›
I'm a runner and I have forever been looking for the best headphones to run with. Over the years, i've probably purchased 30 different types from high end Sure 535s at $550 all the way down to $5 specials. For the most part the Bluebuds have been great at dealing with sweat and moisture.
Here's a quick recap and comparison of the old and new ones. A bunch of reviewers have come out with new thoughts on them so I'll leave the long form to them.
The biggest pro i can tell you right out of the gate is that Jaybird nailed the fit this time. The original Bluebuds were decent but i couldn't ever get the best combination that caused the earphones to stay in effectively when I ran. Call it a fat guy with sweaty ears but they just wouldn't stay. These new X2's already fit better. You can feel them "lock in" with a great firmness that says that they are not going anywhere. The new ones come with comply tips (a MUST have if you want good signals and clean bass). The old ones did not. They also changed the design of the secure fit ear pieces and they just feel better this time around. On the last pair, I ended up giving up on the enclosed ear pieces and getting the decibulz so that they would mold to my ear and stay in.Read more ›
So what *do* you get for a $180 MSRP sport wireless earphone? Well, you get very well-designed packaging, a nice carry case, and ultimately, a set of sport earphones with competitive battery life, sufficient audio quality, and vastly more fit options than any other earphones in the segment.
> FIT, COMFORT, RUNNING
By far the X2’s greatest strength is the range of fit options offered. Three sizes of silicon ear tips, three sizes of foam Comply ear tips, three sizes of the ear fins, and cord clips that allow for under/over ear fitting as well as a tight or loose cord fit. It took an hour of trial and error to figure out which combination of all those things work the best. However, once I got things figured out, I was able to knock out a four mile run with no fit issues—the X2s stayed firmly in place with a strong seal. *IF* you can find a fit that works, these are great running earphones. As a side note, if you’re used to balance-armature IEMs like Shures or Etymotics, the X2s are traditional driver based so they have a much larger ear nozzle, are not as comfortable, and don’t insert as deeply into your ear canal; the seal I get on the X2 is far more delicate as the X2 almost sits outside of my ear canal, but the fins really work to keep the seal locked in without issue.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have three: one for me and two were gifts, so you can imagine how good are these. The main things i love is the isolation feature, how it stays in place aaandd the way they... Read morePublished 28 minutes ago by Amazon Customer
It took me a few tries to get the optimal fit. I went with the over the ear option using the cord management clips to reduce the slack. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Rooster
I can't give a review on the sound or how well they are to workout in because I can't even get them to stay in my ears. I have tried wearing them both ways and they plop out... Read morePublished 14 hours ago by PRI_33
I did not receive the proper item, I received the previous version, the Bluebuds, which is a good product but not the one advertised.Published 20 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Bought these headphones based on reviews by others. It was my mistake. Comfort is 0/5.
The speaker housing is just too large diameter so no matter the choice of tip there is... Read more
OK for listening to music while in a gym, but frequent static is annoying.
Horrible for making phone calls. Microphone picks up way too much background noise. Read more
After spending several hours looking for a pair to replace the Bose earbuds the dog ate, I decided on these. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer