Jaybird Unveil Their First Truly Wire-Free Headphones Designed for Runners

Last night, 14 September, Jaybird unveiled their first ever, completely wire-free earphones, the Jaybird Run Sport Headphones. The event was held at Sydney’s beautiful Untied rooftop bar in Barangaroo where the headphones were put to the test.

jaybird unveil headphones front view

Jaybird has always created their products with athletes in mind and now, with the newest addition to the Jaybird family, they are able to offer a true freeing experience to runners that once again proves they are the pioneers when it comes to sport headphones. Jaybird Run is a beautifully designed high performance device that is comfortable, lightweight, sweat and water resistant and is guaranteed not to fall out while you run. It has 12 hours of battery life with bluetooth technology to deliver pure sound to fuel your run and take your performance to the next level.

jaybird unveil headphones in the box view

These quick-charge headphones give the phrase ‘dynamite comes in small packages’ true meaning. It features a smart control-button that can do everything from taking calls, start and stop your music, skip tracks or even activate Siri or Google Assistant. It’s also intelligently designed for one-ear use so you can listen to music while also staying alert of your surroundings. Another great feature we love is that if you ever misplace or lose your headphones, you can use the ‘Find My Buds’ feature on the Jaybird App which can also be used to find and share Spotify playlists with the Jaybird community.

jaybird unveil headphones controller display view

Jaybird Run headphones come in two colours, Drift, which is white with silver metal accents and Jet that is black with silver metal accents. They will be available in Australia from 25 September and is currently available for pre-order from both the Jaybird website and JB Hifi with a suggested retail price of $249.

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