Jaybird, Utah-based manufacturers of sport headphones since 2006, is aware of what it looks like to be out running when one of your headphones unexpectedly falls out of your shell-likes – and that is exactly what they’ve designed the vista truly wireless headphones not to do.
Released today with a suggested retail price of £159, offered from jaybird (expect to examine them in John Lewis from August), the vista true wireless headphones are designed with SportFit’s integrated eartip and fins for a secure, skilled athlete-worthy fit.
Jaybird also assures us a quick five-minute “super-charge” will give you an hour of playback – more than enough for that 5K before breakfast.
The Jaybird Vista truly wireless sport headphones are currently available in black, with two additional colourways – Nimbus Grey and Mineral Blue – slated to arrive in Autumn.
Features of Jaybird Vista truly wireless sport headphones
- Featuring a similar 6mm drivers found in Jaybird’s Tarah professional headphones however redesigned for a wireless fit, they will offer you six hours of playback on a full charge, and a further ten hours from the charging case.
jaybird additionally assures us fast five-minute “super-charge” can offer you an hour of playback – over enough for that 5K before breakfast.
- They’re also water and sweat-proof with an IPX7 rating, and the single earbud mode implies that if you switched from right to left ear and drained them each, you’ll get 32hours out of them – or a significant ultra marathon.
Jaybird Vista truly wireless sport headphones How they work and Sound
Also manually tweakeable via the app: what the presses of the bud’s only central buttons will do.
Obviously, while running, 3 or four fast presses on one button or another to regulate the degree (for example) is a powerful raise, so counting on what you are additional likely to need to do, one press may mean pausing a track or talking to Siri, whereas a double press may mean skipping to the next track or enjoying a favorite listing.
A long-press may mean upping the volume or powering off – the selection is yours.